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Andrew Wyeth Jigsaw Puzzle - 1,000 pieces

$28 Non-Member
$25.20 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
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Andrew Wyeth Jigsaw Puzzle - 1,000 pieces

$28 Non-Member
$25.20 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Multi

Size:  One Size

Item# 13867-153776 In Stock
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This difficult 1,000-piece Andrew Wyeth Jigsaw Puzzle features a reproduction of Wyeth’s painting Christina’s World (1948), a work in MoMA’s collection. 

Set in the stark landscape of coastal Maine, Christina’s World depicts a young woman seen from behind, wearing a pink dress and lying in a grassy field. Wyeth’s neighbor Anna Christina Olson inspired the composition, which is one of four paint­ings by Wyeth in which she appears. 

This puzzle includes a unique easy-to-assemble nine-compartment sorting tray for organizing the puzzle pieces inside the box. Made from 95% recycled greyboard and printed with non-toxic ink. Assembled, the puzzle measures 19.7l x 29.5"w.

  • Designer
    Andrew Wyeth
  • Size
    19.7l x 29.5"w (50 x 75 cm)
  • Material
    95% Recycled greyboard printed with non-toxic ink
  • Origin
    China
  • Warning
    Choking Hazard — Item contains small parts. Not for children under 3.
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Why We Chose This
At MoMA Design Store, we are always looking for new ways that you can enjoy, and even interact, with artworks from the Museum's collection. These puzzles allow you to spend quality time appreciating intricate details of beloved works—and to also introduce MoMA's masterpieces to children.

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