Part of The National Gallery collection, this 572 piece jigsaw puzzle features the famous portrait of The Ambassadors. The puzzle is actually 30% larger than our other 500 piece puzzles and the pieces are 20% larger than our standard range, which makes for a much more enjoyable puzzling experience.
More product information : This fantastic image, painted in 1533 by Hans Holbein the Younger, is from The National Gallery's collection. The scene memorialises two wealthy, educated and powerful young men, who are depicted with some of their most valued possessions. Rather than the fast cars, iphones and designer brands of today, we can see books, a celestial globe, portable sundial and other artefacts demonstrating their standing in the world. Many of the items have been interpreted as references to contemporary religious divisions, whilst the distorted image of a skull in the foreground is a symbol of mortality. When viewed from a point to the right of the original painting, the distortion is corrected. "EXTRA" format puzzle measures 500 x 500mm, and has larger than average puzzle pieces. Comes with an extra puzzle image for reference and further information about the image
Contents: 572 piece jigsaw puzzle
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