If you love a challenge, then this is the jigsaw puzzle for you. You’ll be busy piecing together the 1000 mini pieces to form your very own Baroque painting. David Teniers the Younger created the painting for the Archduke Leopold-Willem in his Art Gallery in Brussels puzzle in 1651. There really is so much to take in with paintings galore filling the canvas and a unique perspective. Once you’ve completed the 12” x 16.5” puzzle, you’ll want to stand back and admire the painting and work out which of the figures is the Archduke. Manufactured in China, The opulent inks and attention to detail really does make this a special jigsaw puzzle in miniature form. Owning this beautiful puzzle means you won’t have to give it away as a gift to Philip IV of Spain, for whom the painting was originally made.
Warning: Choking hazard. Small parts. Not for children under 3.