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Terry Redlin Highlight Of The Neighborhood 2000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle


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This 2000-piece jigsaw puzzle by artist Terry Redlin is titled “Highlight Of The Neighborhood.” Under the Autumn night sky, the houses are lit up and it reveals the colorful stained glass around the front door which matches the purples, blues and yellows of the flower pots out front. The neighborhood children are outside playing baseball, on the playground and even pulling a wagon. The golden dog is excited to see the ice cream truck arrive. The children gather and buy their tasty treats then enjoy them as they hang out near the truck.

U.S. ART magazine dubbed Terry Redlin “America’s Most Popular Artist” every year from 1991 to 1998 and inducted him into their Hall of Fame in 1992 for his use of earthy colors, blazing sunrises and sunsets, and nostalgic themes. Today, over 2 million of Terry’s tranquil, heartwarming art prints grace the homes of his collectors—making him “America’s Favorite Artist.”

Every Buffalo Games jigsaw puzzle is manufactured in the U.S.A. from recycled puzzle board. A precision cutting technique guarantees that every piece will fit soundly with the company's signature Perfect Snap™. A bonus puzzle poster is also included so that you have a handy reference of what the completed puzzle should look like while you put yours together.

  • 2000 piece jigsaw puzzle
  • Finished size is 38.5 x 26.5 inches
  • Bonus poster included for help in solving
  • Manufactured from premium quality materials
  • Made in the United States

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  1. Toughie, But Worth It 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Apr 29th 2018

    Hard to believe the many times I overlooked the pieces I was looking for. The leaves on the trees looked a lot like the leaves on the ground.
    Took me 40 days. The longest for the previous six Buffalo puzzles was 34 days.

  2. Toughie 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Mar 12th 2018

    This puzzle is my seventh Buffalo Games 2000'er. And it looks to be, by far, the hardest.
    As always, I'd hate to work it without the bonus poster.
    Cannot understand why other companies don't see the significance of a bonus poster.

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