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The Afternoon Meal Puzzle Details:

About: Today's puzzle is based on a 1772 painting by Luis Melendez ( the greatest Spanish still-life painter of the 18th century). The painting features a picnic basket, some loaves of freshly baked bread, grapes, some peaches, a melon, some juicy pears, a bottle of wine and some other food containers and plates - everything you need for an afternoon meal in a breathtaking natural landscape.
Image Source / Credits: The Jack and Belle Linsky Collection, 1982 / The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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