1000-piece Claude Monet The Poppy Fields Jigsaw Puzzle

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Art enthusiasts can immerse themselves in a Monet-inspired jigsaw puzzle of the famous impressionist scene, The Poppy Fields.  🧩

Jigsaw-ing has always been a popular hobby, whether it’s to wind down after a long day, or to test our minds with intricate puzzles. Adult colouring books were so early 2010’s. So we’re calling it now: jigsaw puzzles is this decade’s meditative grown-up art pursuit, and perhaps no sets are as appealing as Eurographics Fine Art Collection.

Discover the "Father of Impressionism" Monet's painting on an intimate level, with its stunning colours and iconic aesthetic, solving this deceptively difficult jigsaw puzzle. Perfect for completing on your own or while bingeing the latest Netflix show, this modern art jigsaw puzzle will offer positivity and mindfulness, providing the perfect relaxation source. 


  • 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle on 2mm premium board
  • The finished jigsaw puzzle measures 19.5 x 26.5 inches
  • Crafted from the highest resolution image taken of Claude Monet, The Poppy Field near Argenteuil, 1873 landscape painting
  • High-quality 250 GSM matte art paper for superior colour, crisp details and no glare
  • The pieces are precision-cut from thick 2mm cardboard to ensure a frustration-free fit with minimal puzzle dust
  • Made from recycled cardboard and printed with vegetable-based ink, this famous art jigsaw puzzle is a safe and non-toxic product
  • Box dimensions: 10 x 14 inches
  • On SALE for a limited time only

Claude Monet became a master painter whose works have become synonymous with the Impressionist movement he helped found. An avid experimenter, Monet was known for painting the same subjects over and over, drawing inspiration from the unique qualities of colour and light he observed each time he sat down to paint.

Claude Monet painted The Poppy Field in 1873 on his return from the United Kingdom (in 1871) when he settled in Argenteuil with his family. It was a time that provided the artist with great fulfilment as a painter.