Homer The Boat Builder Puzzle
Puzzles Plus • In Stock • 83225
3 years & up. 24 extra-large pieces. Winslow Homer spent the summer of 1873 in Gloucester, MA, where he painted The Boat Builders, c.1873 as part of a series of prints and drawings devoted to shipbuilding. The Boat Builders is part of the American Collection at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN. By overlapping the toy boat and the sailing ship, Homer connects the real world of fishermen with the boy's imagination. The juxtaposition also predicts the future of these Cape Ann youths who will likely make their living from the sea. Made in the USA. 24 piece floor puzzle. Completed puzzle measures 17" x 22"