The Library – John Derian – 1000 Piece Puzzle
This is one of three new jigsaw puzzles published by Artisan with art direction and imagery by the John Derian company. Each of the new jigsaws has 1000 pieces; which should be enough of a challenge to divert even the most practiced jigsaw fan. This jigsaw features a detail from ‘Library Relief’; Développment et Décoration de Lambris propre pour un Cabinet de Livres; Jean-François de Neufforge, from his Recueil élémentaire d’artchitecture, vol. 2 1757-1768. John Derian’s work with imagery from the 18th and 19th centuries brings images such as the one on this jigsaw to the fore.
The image on this puzzle should be a good challenge for the individual or group effort set to completing the task in hand. As well as the shelves of books in the library there are neoclassical architectural details to get stuck into as well.
John Derian founded the John Derian Company in 1989. Today his signature decoupage plates, platters, bowls, paperweights, and other designs are still produced entirely by hand in his New York City studio.
The puzzle comes with a print of the image which can be used to aid your completion of the puzzle or can be framed.
The rest of our John Derian puzzles can be found here.
Measurements – The Library – John Derian – 1000 Piece Puzzle – when completed:
67cm x 48cm
Measurements – The Library – John Derian – 1000 Piece Puzzle – when boxed:
27.3cm x 19.5cm x 5.4cm