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Alfred Sisley

The Bridge at Villeneuve-la-Garenne, 1872

Oil on canvas
19 1/2 × 25 7/10 in
49.5 × 65.4 cm
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The National Gallery, London
London
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Collection: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Collection: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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© The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Alfred Sisley
British, 1839–1899
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Alfred Sisley is renowned for creating the atmospheric and inviting landscapes that typify the

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Alfred Sisley is renowned for creating the atmospheric and inviting landscapes that typify the Impressionist movement. Born in Paris to British parents, Sisley remained in France for most of his life, working closely with fellow Impressionists Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. He preferred to paint outdoors …

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The National Gallery, London
London
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Collection: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Collection: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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© The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Alfred Sisley
British, 1839–1899
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Alfred Sisley is renowned for creating the atmospheric and inviting landscapes that typify the

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Alfred Sisley is renowned for creating the atmospheric and inviting landscapes that typify the Impressionist movement. Born in Paris to British parents, Sisley remained in France for most of his life, working closely with fellow Impressionists Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. He preferred to paint outdoors …

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Alfred Sisley

The Bridge at Villeneuve-la-Garenne, 1872

Oil on canvas
19 1/2 × 25 7/10 in
49.5 × 65.4 cm
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