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The Cottage Dooryard Puzzle Details:

About: In this peaceful domestic scene featured by Adriaen van Ostade's painting with the same name, a mother is cleaning mussels as two of her children and the family dog play nearby. An older sister plays with the baby while the father stands in the doorway.
Image Credits: Adriaen van Ostade
Puzzle Of The Day On: 09/May/2016

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