Madame Monet and Son Puzzle #6785

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What sets Green Tree Jewelry puzzles apart?: 

  • Real Birch Wood – Not low-quality MDF (Glue/wood scraps) like most “wood” puzzles on the market.  
  • Laser Technology – We use the finest cutting optical lens on the market! This results in tiny cut lines that won’t distract from the puzzle image, which is a common complaint with other wood puzzle companies (especially from overseas).
  • Heirloom Quality – Our images are directly printed on material – No gluing on the image to have it peel off over time.


  • Made in U.S.A
  • Madame Monet & Son Puzzle
  • Size: 16" x 11"
  • 160 pieces
  • Puzzles are designed to be framed and hung once complete
  • Comes individually packaged in a cardboard box with image of full puzzle
  • High-quality, unique puzzle images make for the perfect gift!
  • Laser-cut from 3mm thick wood OR 2mm thick recycled office paper (see details below)

Natural Vintage (Birch Wood):

  • Neutral wood undertones
  • Natural look 
  • Precision-cut pieces ensure smooth, easy assembly

Natural Vintage (100% Recycled Paper):

  • Our most eco-friendly puzzle option
  • Comprised of compacted office paper (20 sheets thick)
  • Locally sourced in San Diego, CA
  • High-quality, durable recycled paper is rigid and durable in comparison to typical paperboard puzzles

Glossy Picture (Birch Wood):

  • UV protected - best option for hanging/displaying
  • Vibrant colors
  • Allows high-quality representation of very light and very dark artwork

Note: Retail orders will be packaged using a slightly different method to account for transit during shipping

Woman with a Parasol, Madame Monet and Her Son (1875) by Claude Monet. - Oscar-Claude Monet (1840–1926) broke free from the convention of copying from the old masters. Monet's impressionistic artworks depicted his direct observation of nature and his emphasis on the shifting of lights according to different times and seasons. 

Claude Monet: "Everyone discusses my art and pretends to understand, as if it were necessary to understand, when it is simply necessary to love"


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