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Figures on the Beach Puzzle Details:

About: Based on an oil on canvas painting by Auguste Renoir, today's puzzle depicts two female figures at the beach on a sunny summer day. The artist probably painted this scene on the Cote d'Azur in southern France. Next to the two women we can see a small white dog resting, in the distance a small child playing and in the the background some boats sailing on the calm blue waters of the sea.
Image Source / Credits: Auguste Renoir, 1890, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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