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Spring (Museum Collection) - Clementoni Puzzle

Arcim Boldo sprin museum artwork masterpiece spring jigsaw puzzle 1000pieces clementoni puzzles springmuseumcollection
Title:    Spring (Museum Collection)
Artist:  Arcimboldo, Giuseppe (1527-1593)
Size:     Height = 19 inches
             Width = 26.75 inches
Pieces: 1000
Manufacturer: Clementoni

Italian painter. In the middle of the sixteenth century Arcimboldo made a normal debut with youthful works including designs for windows and tapestries respectively in Milan and Monza cathedrals and frescos for the cathedral of Como. None of these gave any inkling of the bizarre originality he would soon develop. In 1562 he was summoned to the Imperial court in Prague and almost immediately his original and grotesque fantasy was unleashed. He invented a portrait type consisting of painted animals, flowers, fruit, and objects composed to form a human likeness. Some are satiric portraits of court personages, and others are allegorical personifications.
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