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Still Life with Cake Puzzle Details:

About: Grab a piece of cake, your trusty mouse and solve today's new puzzle. The puzzle is based on a oil on wood painting by Raphaelle Peale(considered the first professional American painter of still-life). The painting feature a cake sliced into four pieces, some grapes and a glass of wine on a table. Click start and give it a try!
Image Source / Credits: Metropolitan Museum of Art / Maria DeWitt Jesup Fund, 1959

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