John Singer Sargent Lady Agnew of Lochnaw – 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
Lady Agnew of Lochnaw is John Singer Sargent’s definitive masterpiece. In 1898 he won great acclaim at London’s Royal Academy for his striking portrait of Gertrude Vernon. She was the lovely young wife of Andrew Noel Agnew, 9th Baronet of Lochnaw.
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 John Singer Sargent
John Singer Sargent (1856–1925) was born in Florence to American parents. An expatriate, he spent much of his life in England yet traveled extensively in Europe and the United States. Forever in search of inspiring subject matter. He trained in Paris and developed a fluid style characterized by vigorous brushwork and a remarkable handling of light. In 1877, before the age of twenty-one, he had earned praise for pictures and portraits submitted to the Paris Salons. By his mid-twenties, Sargent was a sought-after portraitist—among the most successful of the Victorian and Edwardian eras—and he would go on to become a celebrated watercolorist.
About Pomegranate Puzzles
Pomegranate’s core values are to make art accessible to everyone. To achieve this, Pomegranate partners with museums, artists, and writers to integrate their works into illuminating products that art lovers, travel enthusiasts, and avid learners are excited to share with others.
With subjects ranging from fine art, nature, and architecture to humor, the metaphysical, and more, Pomegranate’s interlocking jigsaw puzzles combine stunning images, superb color reproduction, and sturdy construction to delight generations of novice and veteran puzzle solvers alike.