Old Montreal Fine Art

Old Montreal - Fine Art

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The feel of Old Montreal is alive and well in this vintage winter scene. In the snowy streets, carolers fill the night with sweet music, which is enjoyed by a group of villagers–and one very interesting character!

Our goal is to process and ship all orders within 48 hours. We primarily ship through UPS and USPS. Free shipping is offered on all orders $79 and higher within the 48 contiguous United States. Free shipping on orders $79 and up does not apply to Hawaii, Alaska, and other U.S. Territories and international destinations.

Dowdle Mini Wooden Puzzles, Dowdle Classic Wooden Puzzles, Boardwalk Wooden Puzzles, custom orders, and Disney Art and framed art may take 2-3 weeks for production and delivery of your order. Please allow extra time when ordering these items.

2023 Holiday Shipping Deadlines
Please be mindful of the following dates to help your gifts arrive in time for Christmas.
  • 3 Dec. for personalized art—people and pets painted into an existing painting. This deadline has passed. Any personalized art ordered after Dec. 3rd will be shipped in 5-6 weeks.
  • 10 Dec. for custom orders—wood puzzles and art made from an image you provide
  • 17 Dec. for regular orders—in stock items on our website

Updated December 2023

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Nicole Bernou
The number on the picture of the puzzle in the ...

The number on the picture of the puzzle in the box are wrong but right on the website. The one error I spotted is the Canadian flag! We did not have that flag in those days it was the Union Jack or also known as the British flag. Love the puzzle though and I also got the Quebec City too. can't to do that one!

Larry Sinclair
I enjoyed doing the puzzle, received as a gift, and ...

I enjoyed doing the puzzle, received as a gift, and appreciate some of the liberties taken by the artist as fitting. However the Canadian flag "red maple leaf" was not the Canadian flag until adopted by the country in 1965. The ones on the Montreal inn at least should have been the red ensign with the Union Jack in the upper left. Still an interesting puzzle. Larry