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Still Life with Pansies Puzzle Details:

About: These beautiful pansies where painting in 1874 by Henri Fantin-Latour in oil on canvas. The painting today's puzzle is based on is one of thirty-one compositions of flowers and fruit that the Fantin-Latour made that year and it depicts three flowerpots with colorful pansies and some green apples on a wooden table.
Image Source / Credits: Henri Fantin-Latour, 1874, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (66.194)

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