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Prater Landscape Puzzle Details:

About: This beautiful puzzle is based on a painting by Ferdinand Georg Waldmuller (one of the most important Austrian landscape painters). It depicts a view of Prater, a large public garden in Vienna, Austria. In the foreground a man sits beside a tree and takes in the beautiful landscape. In the background the sunlight illuminates the trees in the park, creating alternating areas of light and shadow.
Image Source / Credits: The Cleveland Museum of Art / Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings Fund

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