Path Thro' The Forest, The

Very fine quality plywood Zag-Zaw, cut in the push-fit style and incorporating 56 whimsies, or figural shaped-pieces, from a very detailed painting by William Luker. The last picture shows this puzzle separated into 56, roughly equal sized pieces, each containing one central shape-piece.
The cutting process was to first cut the board in half, then into quarters and so on, until these more manageable sized pieces were reached. Then the cutter performed the more intricate task of cutting out each whimsy and it's surrounding pieces.
This example is non-symmetrical, unlike others in the range which involved stacking the halves on top of each other and cutting them together, so creating identical pairs of pieces.

Artist: Luker, William
Date: c1920's-1930's
Brand: Tuck, Raphael and Son's Ltd
Material: Plywood
Nationality: British-England
Pieces: 350
Range: Zag-Zaw
Size: 23 1/4" x 14 1/2"
Theme: Landscape
Title: Path Thro' the Forest, The

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