Picture Perfect II Meadow Cottage 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
Meadow Cottage Jigsaw Puzzle is Part of the “Picture Perfect II” Collection
Artist Dominic Davison’s love of the countryside and architecture is the inspiration for this collection. Each puzzle is draped in natural beauty, highlighed by the brilliant use of colour and intricate detail.
About the Artist:
Dominic Davison was born in London, 1972 and now lives in Buckinghamshire, UK where he gets his inspiration for his idyllic and romantic scenes.
One of the finest landscape artists working today, his works display a Dutch romanticism using 21st century tools and methods. His influences are varied and include the 19th Century Dutch landscape master Barend Cornelis Koekkeoek as well as the English Romantic painter John Constable.
Though he uses a mouse instead of a paintbrush to create his images, it is his observant eye, his composition, ad his use of colour and light, which makes his images stand head and shoulders above his peers working in the digital media.
Prior to joining MGL he worked as a freelance artist, having his work published in magazines such as ‘3D Artist’, and ‘Advanced Photoshop’. This work includes both tutorials and double page galleries.
His hobbies include the cinema, videogames, art galleries and making music.
Holdson are very passionate about their Business and have been for the last 75 years.
They are based in Auckland and they manufacture, import and distribute products for the Jigsaw Puzzle industry throughout New Zealand and the rest of the World.
Holdson’s Managing and Production Directors are both third generation in the Holdsworth family.
This gives the company a very family orientated foundation which they take very seriously and pride themselves with their careful attention to everything they undertake.
Holdson New Zealand uses specially formulated 100% recycled puzzle board.
Made with non toxic inks which have passed through rigid safety standards. Printed on high quality glass art paper which is free of all toxic substances.