A Street in Louveciennes: Alfred Sisley

Alfred Sisley: A Street in Louveciennes

Here Impressionist painter Alfred Sisley depicts a street in Louveciennes, a city in Central-North France frequented by Impressionists such as Sisley and Camille Pissarro. Sisley was a British citizen who remained in France for most of his life. In his typical Impressionist style of patches of color advancing and receding, he painted this 1878 work which seems to beat and pulse with form and color.

Alfred Sisley’s A Street in Louveciennes is in the Musée d’Orsay in Paris

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