Gallery of Views of Modern Rome, Giovanni Paolo Pannini – Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle
267 pieces, final dimensions 36,4 x 27,9 cm, thickness of the tiles 3 mm.
The jigsaw puzzle is handcrafted and checked piece by piece. The cutting and application of the color are carried out in complete safety with the latest generation machinery.
Forget traditional joints. Explore the new tiles, solid and resistant, made of fine selected poplar wood. Unseen joints, strange and funny shapes, an endless challenge. The special pieces refer to the life, works and context of the work of art reproduced in the jigsaw puzzle.
The Gallery is a painting by Giovanni Paolo Pannini painted in 1759. There are three versions: the one proposed is kept at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. The painting was commissioned by Louis XV’s ambassador to Rome, the Count de Choiseul. It portrays dozens of views of modern Rome inside an imaginative Baroque gallery.
The tiles of the Jigsaw puzzle are contained in a natural linen bag and packaged in an exclusive wooden box to protect it during transport.
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Designed and Made in Italy.