This vintage illustration was created by French artist and natural historian Adolphe Millot. It was published in the Nouveau Larousse encyclopaedia in 1898, portraying the species that had been observed by the pioneering explorers and naturalists of the day. With crisp shapes and bold colours, this one has a relatively low difficulty level.
Packaged in a recycled cardboard tube with metal caps, making it excellent for gifting. The tube allows us to enclose an extra-large reference image, giving all of the detail you need to piece it together, with tips and tricks on the reverse to give pointers to the newbies on getting started.
Put on some good music, pour yourself something nice, and take some time out to get lost in a puzzle.
Size: 70cm x 50cm in portrait orientation
Pieces: 1000 precision die-cut pieces
Material: Full colour print in certified non-toxic inks, in a recycled cardboard tube, with large enclosed reference image.