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Alfred Sisley



 


 
Alfred Sisley

(b Paris, 30 Oct 1839; d Moret-sur-Loing, nr Paris, 29 Jan 1899).

British painter, active in France. Although overshadowed in his lifetime by Monet and Renoir, Sisley remains a quintessential representative of the Impressionist movement. He was almost exclusively a painter of landscape.


 




 

Boat During a Flood
1871
 Musée d'Orsay, Paris



 

The Banks of the Seine: Wind Blowing



 

Grapes And Walnuts On A Table
1876



 

Snow at Louveciennes
1874



 

Early Snow at Louveciennes



 

Still Life: Apples And Grapes
1876



 

The St. Martin Canal
1870



 

The Bridge at Villeneuve-la-Garenne
1872



 

A Farmyard near Sablons



 

Avenue of Chestnut Trees
 

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