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Jigsaw puzzles from Japan

The Attic

Deleted puzzles by artist Alphonse Mucha

This page shows puzzles that are no longer available, just for historical curiosity, and for completeness.

In some cases puzzles are reissued with a different code number: if you have the old code number from somewhere, this page should show you the replacement (which may still be available).

2542 pieces

Times of the day

Times of the day (Mucha)

"Awakening of the morn, Brightness of the day, Dream of the evening, Rest of the night" - Four panels represent the times of the day with female figures draped in the unmistakable flowing Mucha style.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

Permanently unavailable
An Epoch puzzle: 2542 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: E76601 (76-601 on package)
Retail price ¥3400

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Four seasons
© Mucha Trust

Four seasons (Mucha)

In this four-panel painting, Mucha portrays Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter as women in the flowing and elegant style for which he is famous.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

Permanently unavailable
An Epoch puzzle: 2542 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: E76614 (76-614 on package)
Retail price ¥3400

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2016 pieces

Reverie
© Alphonse Mucha

Reverie (Mucha)

Classic Mucha flowing curves - this poster bears the name of the printer, Champenois, with whom the artist collaborated.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

* This puzzle has a metallic foil finish.

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

Permanently unavailable
An Epoch puzzle: 2016 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: E23305 (23-305 on package)
Retail price ¥3600

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Primrose and feather
© Alphonse Mucha

Primrose and feather (Mucha)

These two beauties hold a flower and a feather in typical Mucha style.

On this puzzle the flower is referred to as a "primrose," a translation of the original French, but it appears to refer to the cluster-headed primrose (Primula veris) which grows across Europe, and is known in England as "cowslip" - not to be confused with the different plant (Marsh marigold) called a "cowslip" in the USA. Even so, the colour (at least in this print) is a deep reddish hue, quite unlike a delicate primrose yellow.

Detail

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued July 2020
An Epoch puzzle: 2016 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: E23511 (23-511 on package)
Retail price ¥2500

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Zodiac
© Alphonse Mucha

Zodiac (Mucha)

The signs of the zodiac are arranged in a circle around the head of the model, who wears ornate headgear, and whose hair flows in stylised curves. This is the original version, a calendar for 1896 printed for the magazine La Plume.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued March 2019
An Epoch puzzle: 2016 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: E23527 (23-527 on package)
Retail price ¥2500

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2014 pieces

Zodiac
© Mucha Trust

Zodiac (Mucha)

The signs of the zodiac are arranged in a circle around the head of the model, who wears ornate headgear, and whose hair flows in stylised curves. This is a version of the original, which was a calendar for 1896 printed for the magazine La Plume.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

* This puzzle has TINY pieces!

Permanently unavailable
A Yanoman puzzle: 2014 pieces; 450 x 620 mm (18" x 24")
Code: Y2207 (22-07 on package)
Retail price ¥2300

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Reverie
© Mucha Trust

Reverie (Mucha)

Classic Mucha flowing curves - this poster was originally designed for a calendar bearing the name of the printer, Champenois, with whom the artist collaborated.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

* This puzzle has TINY pieces!

Permanently unavailable
A Yanoman puzzle: 2014 pieces; 450 x 620 mm (18" x 24")
Code: Y2208 (22-08 on package)
Retail price ¥2300

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1053 pieces

Primrose and feather

Primrose and feather (Mucha)

These two beauties hold a flower and a feather in typical Mucha style.

On this puzzle the flower is referred to as a "primrose," a translation of the original French, but it appears to refer to the cluster-headed primrose (Primula veris) which grows across Europe, and is known in England as "cowslip" - not to be confused with the different plant (Marsh marigold) called a "cowslip" in the USA. Even so, the colour (at least in this print) is a deep reddish hue, quite unlike a delicate primrose yellow.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

* This puzzle has TINY pieces!

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued January 2020
An Apollo puzzle: 1053 pieces; 260 x 380 mm (10" x 15")
Code: P47608 (47-608 on package)
Retail price ¥1800

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1000 pieces

Zodiac

Zodiac (Mucha)

The signs of the zodiac are arranged in a circle around the head of the model, who wears ornate headgear, and whose hair flows in stylised curves. Originally a calendar design that became the famous symbol of the magazine La Plume, this version was printed without text.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

Permanently unavailable
An Ensky (Artbox) puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: N10335 (1000-335 on package)
Retail price ¥3000

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The four flowers

The four flowers (Mucha)

Four personified flowers: Rose, Iris, Carnation, and Lily. This popular series of prints was first issued in 1898.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

Permanently unavailable
An Ensky (Artbox) puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: N10336 (1000-336 on package)
Retail price ¥3000

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Times of the day
© Alphonse Mucha

Times of the day (Mucha)

"Awakening of the morn, Brightness of the day, Dream of the evening, Rest of the night" - Four panels represent the times of the day with female figures draped in the unmistakable flowing Mucha style.

Detail

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

Permanently unavailable
A Yanoman puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: Y101054 (10-1054 on package)
Retail price ¥3000

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Four seasons
© Alphonse Mucha

Four seasons (Mucha)

In this four-panel painting, Mucha portrays Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter as women in the flowing and elegant style for which he is famous.

Detail

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

Permanently unavailable
A Yanoman puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: Y101055 (10-1055 on package)
Retail price ¥3000

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Sarah Bernhardt collection
© Alphonse Mucha

Sarah Bernhardt collection (Mucha)

It was Mucha's elegant posters of Sarah Bernhardt that set him on the path to success as a commercial artist. This puzzle features a collection of four contrasting roles.

Detail

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

Permanently unavailable
A Yanoman puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: Y101116 (10-1116 on package)
Retail price ¥3000

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Heather and Thistle
© Mucha Trust

Heather and Thistle (Mucha)

The full titles of these paintings are Heather from the coastal cliffs and Thistle from the sands, each a typical Mucha figure holding the plant in question. Both were completed in 1902.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

Permanently unavailable
A Yanoman puzzle: 1000 pieces; 380 x 530 mm (15" x 21")
Code: Y1209 (12-09 on package)
Retail price ¥2000

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Princess Hyacinth
© Mucha Trust

Princess Hyacinth (Mucha)

This painting dates to 1911, when the artist was 51, and had returned to live in Prague — thus the title in the image is the Czech Princezna Hyacinta.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

Permanently unavailable
A Yanoman puzzle: 1000 pieces; 380 x 530 mm (15" x 21")
Code: Y1214 (12-14 on package)
Retail price ¥2000

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500 pieces

Zodiac
© Alphonse Mucha

Zodiac (Mucha)

The signs of the zodiac are arranged in a circle around the head of the model, who wears ornate headgear, and whose hair flows in stylised curves. Originally a calendar design that became the famous symbol of the magazine La Plume, this version was printed without text.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

Permanently unavailable
A Yanoman puzzle: 500 pieces; 380 x 530 mm (15" x 21")
Code: Y05837 (05-837 on package)
Retail price ¥1800

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Cowslip and feather
© Alphonse Mucha

Cowslip and feather (Mucha)

These two beauties hold a flower and a feather in typical Mucha style.

The "cowslip" of the title appears to refer to the cluster-headed primrose (Primula veris) which grows across Europe, and is known in England as "cowslip" - not to be confused with the different plant (Marsh marigold) called a "cowslip" in the USA. Even so, the colour (at least in this print) is a deep reddish hue, quite unlike a delicate primrose yellow.

Detail

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

Permanently unavailable
A Yanoman puzzle: 500 pieces; 380 x 530 mm (15" x 21")
Code: Y05838 (05-838 on package)
Retail price ¥1800

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Moët & Chandon
© Alphonse Mucha

Moët & Chandon (Mucha)

Classic Mucha style in these posters for Moët & Chandon: Champagne White Star, and Dry Imperial.

Detail

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

Permanently unavailable
A Yanoman puzzle: 500 pieces; 380 x 530 mm (15" x 21")
Code: Y05883 (05-883 on package)
Retail price ¥1800

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Fruit and flowers
© Mucha Trust

Fruit and flowers (Mucha)

Two more evocative portrayals of a bygone era...

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

* This puzzle has micro pieces

Permanently unavailable
A Yanoman puzzle: 500 pieces; 215 x 165 mm (8" x 6")
Code: Y4118 (41-18 on package)
Retail price ¥1000

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Cowslip and feather
© Mucha Trust

Cowslip and feather (Mucha)

These two beauties hold a flower and a feather in typical Mucha style.

The "cowslip" of the title appears to refer to the cluster-headed primrose (Primula veris) which grows across Europe, and is known in England as "cowslip" - not to be confused with the different plant (Marsh marigold) called a "cowslip" in the USA. Even so, the colour (at least in this print) is a deep reddish hue, quite unlike a delicate primrose yellow.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

* This puzzle has micro pieces

Permanently unavailable
A Yanoman puzzle: 500 pieces; 165 x 215 mm (6" x 8")
Code: Y4119 (41-19 on package)
Retail price ¥1000

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420 pieces

Spring

Spring (Mucha)

From the set of four "Seasons" paintings, this is Mucha's interpretation of Spring as a female figure in the flowing and elegant style for which he is famous.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued October 2020
An Epoch puzzle: 420 pieces; 182 x 515 mm (7" x 20")
Code: E52708 (52-708 on package)
Retail price ¥1500

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352 pieces

Gismonda

Gismonda (Mucha)

A Mucha poster of the actress Sarah Bernhardt in the title role of the Greek melodrama Gismonda which opened in Paris in 1894.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

Permanently unavailable
An Ensky (Artbox) puzzle: 352 pieces; 515 x 182 mm (20" x 7")
Code: N3560 (352-60 on package)
Retail price ¥1800

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La Dame aux camélias

La Dame aux camélias (Mucha)

Mucha's poster portrays the actress Sarah Bernhardt in a performance of The Lady of the Camellias in 1896. The heroine of this story, originally an autographical novel by Alexandre Dumas, is a courtesan who wears a white camellia to welcome her lovers, and a red one to signal non-availability.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

Permanently unavailable
An Ensky (Artbox) puzzle: 352 pieces; 515 x 182 mm (20" x 7")
Code: N3561 (352-61 on package)
Retail price ¥1800

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300 pieces

Zodiac

Zodiac (Mucha)

The signs of the zodiac are arranged in a circle around the head of the model, who wears ornate headgear, and whose hair flows in stylised curves. This is the original version, a calendar for 1896 printed for the magazine La Plume.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued December 2019
An Apollo puzzle: 300 pieces; 260 x 380 mm (10" x 15")
Code: P48623 (48-623 on package)
Retail price ¥1200

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Reverie

Reverie (Mucha)

Classic Mucha flowing curves - this poster bears the name of the printer, Champenois, with whom the artist collaborated.

Born in Moravia in 1860, Mucha moved to Paris where he became a leading figure in the art nouveau movement that heralded the turn of the 20th century. His name was originally Alfons, but in French and English it is often written Alphonse.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued August 2018
An Apollo puzzle: 300 pieces; 260 x 380 mm (10" x 15")
Code: P48624 (48-624 on package)
Retail price ¥1200

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