In the 1930's, puzzle makers spent little time selecting artwork or planning how to cut the puzzle. Today, many makers such as Melinda Shebell, Stow, MA who cut this extraordinary puzzle, spend much of their time searching for and selecting artwork, designing their figure pieces, planning their cuts and choosing a cutting style most appropriate for the picture. The results are superb puzzles such as this one: plywood, interlocking, 9 complex enhanced figure pieces in the shape of camellias (note title), 10 elaborate scrolls, and color line cutting within the puzzle and along the irregular outline of the picture border. In this case, the result is also a very difficult puzzle to assemble! Artist is Mucha.