The Best Jigsaw Puzzles by Artists

If you need a jigsaw puzzle, you need one during the epic holiday seasons coming up. Either for a gift or to entertain all the generations getting together to feast. Our children and our grandparents love puzzles. They will peacefully assemble the one’s with fifty kitties snuggling up or snowflakes falling on a cabin. But when you are ready to mix it up, here are a selection of jigsaw puzzles created by contemporary artists. These artists usually make paintings, sculptures, vases, etc. that you can find in museums around the world. They also made these affordable jigsaw puzzles that you can spend hours staring at in front of the fire. Click on any of the images to get more information.

 

Hymn Puzzle by Damien Hirst
750 piece “Hymn Puzzle” by Damien Hirst from Artware Editions

 

Visionaire Issue 51: Harmony A set of 6 double-sided large puzzles (3'x3') by artists like Robert Wilson, Vik Muniz, and Maurizio Cattelan.
Visionaire Issue 51: Harmony A set of 6 double-sided large puzzles (3’x3′) by artists like Robert Wilson, Vik Muniz, and Maurizio Cattelan.

 

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18″ x 24″ “Gradient Puzzle” by Bryce Wilner
Visionaire Issue 30: Game includes 42 prints and 16 cubed puzzle by the following artists: Louis Vuitton, Alex Katz, Mary Ellen Mark, Tracey Moffatt, Patricia Piccinini, Serge Lutens, Pierre Joseph, Maurizio Cattelan, Francesco Clemente, Yoshitomo Nara, Takashi Murakami, Pedro Almodovar, Juan Gatti, Roman Signer, & Pipilotti Rist.

 

1024 piece puzzle by Grayson Perry for the Tate Modern
1024 piece puzzle by 2003 Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry for the Tate Modern

 

204 piece puzzle of Jeff Koons' painting
204 piece puzzle of Jeff Koons’ painting “Loopy”

 

1,000 piece limited edition puzzle of
1,000 piece limited edition puzzle of “Phil” (Philip Glass) by Chuck Close

 

1000 piece puzzle
1000 piece puzzle “Night Music for Raptors” by Fred Tomaselli from Artware Editions

See my list of recommendations on Amazon here. The list includes some of life’s favorites like Escher, Degas, Picasso, and Warhol for both children and adults. I’ll write up a special post just for younger children later this week.


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