This brand seems to be very popular, but it’s one I’d never done before. Older puzzle (made in 2005) I found at a thrift store. Nothing missing! That always seems like a bonus, with a thrift store puzzle. Felt like a visual education, putting this one together. Odd that the top of the image (where the title was on the original picture) is cut off- tail of an f visible just above a pinecone. No mention of the artist on the box- a shame, all those lovely tiny portraits of trees and I can’t give credit to who painted them.