Each of these stunning geishas represents a different season, with the patterns on their kimonos and surroundings reflecting the changes as the year progresses. For example, our summer geisha stands by a cool pond and her kimono depicts the waves of the sea; our autumn geisha is surrounded by warm autumn tones, and her kimono shows ripened stalks of wheat and falling leaves. There are so many beautiful details just waiting to be discovered! Wind down from daily pressures and enjoy some mindful moments as you assemble this lavishly illustrated jigsaw puzzle. A good gift for gardeners, art lovers, those interested in Japanese art and anyone looking for a beautifully illustrated jigsaw to frame and put on their wall. Our 1000 piece jigsaws are crafted with FSC premium quality and measure 70 x 50cm when complete. Great for Adults and ideal puzzles for Children 12 years old and up. Fully complies with all necessary UK and EU testing standards. Bestselling puzzle brand worldwide - With over 1 billion puzzles sold, our jigsaw puzzles make ideal gifts for women, great gifts for men and fit perfectly on our puzzle board. Our puzzles use an exclusive, extra-thick cardboard combined with our fine, linen structured paper to create a glare-free puzzle image and give you the best experience possible. #Positivelypuzzling - From fun family times together to long term health benefits and day-to-day mindful moments, there are so many positives about the humble Jigsaw! They make a great birthday gift or smashing Christmas gift. This 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle combines captivating imagery with clean-cut pieces and Ravensburger’s perfect interlocking fit for a most pleasurable puzzling experience. Create memorable moments with Ravensburger premium puzzles! About the Artist: Haruyo Morita is a Japanese artist whose early career was spent as a kimono painter and designer. In 1972, she turned to painting canvases. Her work can best be described as a contemporary representation of the traditional Ukiyo-e, and ranging from the Heian to Edo and Meiji periods. Haruyo’s work has been extensively exhibited and sold worldwide.