Rue de la Machine, Louveciennes, 1873

Art print by Alfred Sisley
#301514
Framed print, 49 x 62 cm
£120

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Alfred Sisley

Impressionist landscape painter Alfred Sisley (1839-1899) spent most of his life in France, although he had British citizenship. Of all the artists in that movement he was the most steadfast in his dedication to outdoor 'plein air' landscape painting. He only rarely painted figures and, unlike Renoir and Pissarro, found Impressionism to be completely artistically fulfilling.
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