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Robin Hood’s Bay 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

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It is late afternoon in Robin Hood's Bay, which means it's time to head back home and change for tea. The fishermen may be done for the day, but this doesn't stop the little ones from catching crabs in the shallow waters.

Robin Hood's Bay is a small fishing village in North Yorkshire, whose name derives from the English legend of Robin Hood. After encountering French pirates, who came to pillage the fisherman's boats and the northeast coast, Robin Hood forced the pirates to surrender and returned the loot to the poor people of Robin Hood's Bay Village.

This 1000 piece jigsaw is illustrated by Terry Harrison and printed onto 100% recycled durable puzzle board. Also comes with a printout of the puzzle for you to follow along, once completed the puzzle measures 48x68cm.

High quality 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle.

Puzzle size 48x68cm when complete.

Made from thick, durable puzzle board that is 100% recycled.

About the artist

Terry Harrison was born near Wendover and attended Farnham Art School before becoming a graphic artist in London. Later, he joined the Yellow Pages as an illustrator and then Thompson Directories in their Farnborough head office. During his spare time, Terry pursued his first love: landscape painting.

By 1984 the demand for his original work was so great that he decided to paint full time and never looked back! After just 12 short years Terry was awarded the Best Up and Coming Published Artist of The Year by the Fine Art Trade Guild, and five years later in 2001, Terry had his first book ‘Brush with Watercolour’ published; this sold over 140,000 copies.

It’s no surprise that Terry Harrison could claim to have his drawings in most homes throughout the country, in some form or another. Terry was a kind, thoughtful man who created wonderful pieces of art, many of which have been in our jigsaw puzzle range for almost two decades. He will be greatly remembered and we hope that his artwork continues to bring joy to all who have the privilege of viewing his paintings.