Alfred Sisley – English Impressionist

Alfred Sisley (1839-1899) was a French Impressionist of English origins whose work is considered the most typical for Impressionist painters, never varying much from his landscape scenes of the French countryside. His paintings capture scenery from several cities around Paris including Argenteuil, Marly, Moret, Louveciennes and Bougival.

Our SegPlayPC collection contains his most recognized works including “”Street in Moret””, “”Sand Heaps””, “”Flood at Port-Marly””, “”The Seine at Bougival in Winter “”

Patterns Included In This Set

Street in Moret

Sand Heaps

The Bridge at Moret-sur-Loing

The Lane of Poplars at Moret

The Bridge at Argenteuil

Snow Effect At Veneux

The Lesson

Still Life with Heron

The Road to Montbuisson at Louveciennes

Autumn: Banks of the Seine near Bougival

Flood at Port Marly

Village on the Banks of the Seine

L’lle Saint Denis

Garden Path in Louveciennes

Early Snow at Louveciennes

The Saint-Martin Canal in Paris

Bridge at Villeneuve-la-Garenne

The Church at Moret

Station at Sevres

Flussufer (Riverbank)

Haystacks at Moret

The Canal of Loing at Moret

Provencher’s’ Mill at Moret

Snow At Louveciennes

Snow on the Road, Louveciennes

Chemin de la Machine, Louveciennes

The Seine at Bougival in Winter

Footbridge at Argenteuil

Lane near a Small Town