Arthur Lismer Bright Land – 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
Explore the wild Canadian landscape by piecing together the puzzle Arthur Lismer: Bright Land. The warm colours and curvaceous forms convey a sense that the artist felt very at home in this landscape.
Studying fine art through a jigsaw is a fantastic way to learn about a painting. It helps you to look at the detail that you might otherwise have missed. Furthermore, you can study the way the artist has worked with the medium in very close detail. Jigsaws are also a fantastic way of unwinding and relaxing. The benefits of doing jigsaw puzzles are varied, beyond just the simple challenge of completing them.
About the Artist
Arthur Lismer (Canadian, 1885–1969)
Bright Land, 1938
Arthur Lismer emigrated from Sheffield, England, to Toronto, Ontario, in 1911. Soon after, through his employment at Grip Ltd., he met Tom Thomson and other artists who would one day form the Group of Seven. Lismer often joined these artists on sketching trips to Algonquin Park and Georgian Bay, Ontario. Together they explored, through art, the unique character of the Canadian landscape.
Inspired by nature and filled with national pride, Lismer was also deeply committed to art education. He established one of the most successful children’s art programs in North America, leaving a teaching legacy as richly colored and boldly expressive as his paintings.
With subjects ranging from fine art, nature, and architecture to humor, the metaphysical, and more, Pomegranate’s interlocking jigsaw puzzles combine stunning images, superb colour reproduction, and sturdy construction to delight generations of novice and veteran puzzle solvers alike.