Puzzle (1000pc) New Yorker : Beachgoing
A busy day at the beach. Seems as though everyone has the same idea this sweltering July day. This crazy crowd is doing everything under the sun; tanning, chatting, eating, splashing, swimming, ogling, and having a general good ol' time.
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A cover for the New Yorker by artist Richard Taylor, originally published on July 8th, 1939.
Finished Size: 19.25" x 26.625"
Artist: Richard Taylor