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This ‘water lilies’ puzzle by Claude Monet provides fun for young and old. The image was created between 1914 and 1926 when Monet painted a series of enormous wall panels with for the Musée de l’Orangerie in the Tuileries in Paris. Because Monet was presumably largely blind at the end of his life, he would have painted these so-called reflex landscapes mostly from memory. He donated these works to his close friend Paul Clemenceau. Clemenceau, during the deterioration of his sight, had in fact encouraged Monet to continue painting anyway. Monet donated the works as a “tribute to peace.