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Blue Trees Puzzle Details:

About: Today's colorful puzzle is based on H. Lyman Sayen's 1915-1916 oil on canvas painting with the same name. Pick your difficulty level, press start and put the blue trees, the colorful house in the background and the other abstract elements in the painting back together and complete the puzzle. Have fun!
Image Source / Credits: Smithsonian American Art Museum

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