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His First Appearance in Public Puzzle Details:

About: This new puzzle is based on the oil on wood painting called "His First Appearance in Public" by the Canadian painter Charles Caleb Ward. In this beautiful painting you can se a young boy playing his violin for the first time in front of his friends. So what are you waiting for? Click start and put the painting back together and complete today's puzzle. Have fun!
Image Source / Credits: Charles Caleb Ward, 1870, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington

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