Alfred Sisley

Alfred Sisley

(world) Paris, France
Alfred Sisley was an Impressionist landscape painter who was born and spent most of his life in France, but retained British citizenship. He was the most consistent of the Impressionists in his dedication to painting landscape en plein air (i.e., outdoors). He deviated into figure painting only rarely and, unlike Renoir and Pissarro, found that Impressionism fulfilled his artistic needs.
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Barges on the Loing Canal, Spring by Alfred Sisley
Snow Effect at Louveciennes by Alfred Sisley
On the Banks of the River Loing by Alfred Sisley
Banks of the Loing by Alfred Sisley
The Sevres Bridge by Alfred Sisley
The Loing at Moret by Alfred Sisley
Frost in Louveciennes by Alfred Sisley
The Seine at Bougival by Alfred Sisley
Forge at Marly le Roi by Alfred Sisley
Flood at Port Marly by Alfred Sisley
The Seine at Bougival by Alfred Sisley
Idle Barges on the Loing Canal at Saint Mammes by Alfred Sisley
Orchard by Alfred Sisley
The Banks of the Oise by Alfred Sisley
Footbridge over the Railroad at Sevres by Alfred Sisley
Banks of the Loing by Alfred Sisley
The Seine at Suresnes by Alfred Sisley
Near Louveciennes by Alfred Sisley
Flood at Port Marly by Alfred Sisley
Saint Mammes by Alfred Sisley
Avenue of Chestnut Trees near La Celle Saint Cloud by Alfred Sisley
Moret Sur Loing by Alfred Sisley
The Seine at Bougival by Alfred Sisley
Lady s Cove by Alfred Sisley
The Washerwomen of Moret by Alfred Sisley
Saint Mammes by Alfred Sisley
The Seine at Bougival by Alfred Sisley
Dorfstrasse in Marlotte by Alfred Sisley
Moret sur Loing by Alfred Sisley
The Washerwomen of Moret by Alfred Sisley
The Loing Canal by Alfred Sisley
Construction Site at Saint Mammes by Alfred Sisley
His at Suresne by Alfred Sisley
Street in Moret Sur Loing by Alfred Sisley
The straw Rent by Alfred Sisley
The Loing at Moret by Alfred Sisley
The Loing at Saint Mammes by Alfred Sisley
Moret sur Loing by Alfred Sisley
Church of Moret by Alfred Sisley