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Woman in the Garden Puzzle Details:

About: Today's puzzle is based on an oil painting begun in 1866 by French artist Claude Monet. Dressed in the fashion of the day, the lady in the painting was posed by Lecadre's wife, Monet's cousin, Paul-Eugene Lecadre. The garden was located on the Le Coteaux estate at Sainte-Adresse near Le Havre.

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