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Educa Midsummer Eve, E. R. Hughes Puzzle: 2000 Pcs
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Educa Midsummer Eve, E. R. Hughes Puzzle: 2000 Pcs

Item# 05219216000P | Model# JH14123 | Added on July 1, 2012 | Source: Sears.com
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Edward Robert Hughes (1851 - 1914) is a well known English painter who worked in a style influenced by Pre-Raphaelitism and Aestheticism. This puzzle features a colorfully painted scene of a young maiden alone in a forest with pixies and fairies dancing at her feet.Educa puzzles are made using "green and blue board", a thick high-quality paperboard that ensures a perfect fit between puzzle pieces and creates virtually no puzzle dust.2000 pieces; assembled size: 37.75" x 26.75".
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