1000-piece Michael Storrings New York Public Library Jigsaw Puzzle
I hope this puzzle captures the magic of the library and the wonder of the city so you'll fall as deeply in love with both as I have!
This puzzle is my testament to my city - My love. The New York Public Library on Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, located in the heart of Manhattan, is one of the world's greatest cultural and architectural treasures. Known today as the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, the library and its heralded lions have been a defining presence in New York City since it opened to the public in 1911.
- 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle on 2mm premium board
- Michael Storring New York Public Library illustration
- Crisp, vibrant, high-res imagery
- Precisely cut for snug fit with minimal puzzle dust
- 27 x 20 inch / 686 x 508 mm when completed
- Discounted for a limited time only.
Psst... I have a secret! I am in love with New York. I mean really over the moon: tongue-tied, heart-pounding, butterflies-in-stomach feeling, can't get enough of the city. This love of mine never gets boring. With each season, the city presents me with different things that perpetually makes me a helpless admirer. In autumn, its complexion of tangerine and honey radiates on trees and clothes; the coolness of its breath sets the tone for the Halloween Parade and the New York City Marathon.
When it snows, the witness of its newly adorned winter garment becomes the backdrop for the explosion of red, green, blue and sliver of Christmas and Hanukkah celebrations, and the gold and red of Chinese New Year.
Then the warmth of spring arrives, enabling me to venture onto its streets, to walk under blossoming trees and wear sherbet pastels for Easter and other rites of the season. And the freedom it offers in summer, when I lie out under its bright cyan skies or listen to music in a vast green oasis, watching a multitude of colours radiating in its sky. It's pure joy!