750-piece Frank Stella Firuzabad Unique Shaped Jigsaw Puzzle

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We've turned to one of our favourite analogue activities that brings modern art into our living room... Puzzles!

Featuring the artist’s colourful geometric painting Firuzabad, this 750-piece jigsaw puzzle is uniquely die-cut and contoured to the edges of this extraordinary abstract work of art. In the completed Frank Stella Puzzle, two overlapping circles are filled with both concentric and diagonal stripes of brilliant colour. Crafted from the highest resolution images ever taken of Frank Stella's Firuzabad masterpiece, the Rest In Pieces Fine Art Puzzle can be used as a permanent fixture on the wall and will provide you with hours of screen-free entertainment and tranquility. Piece by piece, you’ll see Stella’s intricate and masterful post-impressionism art come together with unmatched clarity.

  • 750-piece unique shaped jigsaw puzzle on 2mm premium board
  • Frank Stella, Firuzabad 1970 artwork
  • Crisp, vibrant, high-res imagery
  • Precisely cut for snug fit with minimal puzzle dust
  • Made of 90% recycled paper and printed with non-toxic inks
  • 622 x 413 mm when assembled
  • Discounted for a limited time only.

In 1958 Frank Stella developed his so-called "black paintings," a now pivotal series of works where patterns of three-inch wide parallel stripes were determined by the overall shape of the canvas. He continued to follow this rigorous deductive logic throughout the 1960s, and in 1967 while in Emma Lake, Saskatchewan, as part of a summer workshop hosted by the university, began work on his "Protractor" series, a late example of which we see here. While far more colourful and elaborate than his earlier monochromatic paintings, the contour of the work nevertheless still defines the arrangement of the bands within. The title of the painting refers to Firuzabad in southwestern Iran, a town constructed between the third and seventh centuries AD on a circular plan with three ringed walls.

Puzzle tip: the angrier you get, the harder the puzzle becomes. 🙃