Assemble a masterpiece!
The idea of cutting up a picture into small pieces, and then having fun trying to reassemble it again, is over 250 years old. In our digital present, too, jigsaw puzzles have lost none of their appeal, either for children or for adults. Doing a jigsaw of one of the works from the Fondation Beyeler collection is a particularly enjoyable way of getting to know a painting in detail. Rousseau’s The Hungry Lion Throws Itself on the Antelope (1898/1905) awaits you with 500 pieces–and a challenging amount of green!