1000-piece jigsaw puzzle of Water Lilies by Mabel Royds from the National Galleries of Scotland Collection. Made by Flame Tree. This new jigsaw will satisfy your need for a challenge.
This 1000-piece jigsaw is intended for adults and children over 13 years. Not suitable for children under 3 years due to small parts.
Finished Jigsaw size 735 x 510mm/29 x 20 ins. Includes an A4 poster for reference.
Mabel Allington Royds (1874–1941) was born in Bedford. At age 15 she won a scholarship to London’s Royal Academy but opted to study at the Slade. She is famed for her colourful woodcuts of flowers, along with Biblical and Indian scenes, her technique was indebted to Japanese woodcuts.
About the artwork, between 1933 and 1938 Royds made a series of flower prints. ‘Water Lilies’ is an example of her bold woodcut technique combined with a vibrant colour scheme. Although she had travelled extensively and lived in both Canada and India, Royds always enjoyed depicting the simple things that she encountered in everyday life, such as her daughter growing up, and flowers in both full-bloom and in their dying days.