Artist: Sisley Alfred France 1839 to 1899





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Alfred Sisley was one of the makers of French Impressionists. Sisley was conceived in Paris; his guardians were British. They sent him to London for a business career but discovering this unpalatable. Sisley got back to Paris in 1862 to turn into an artist. His family gave him support, sending him to Gleyre’s studio, where he met Renoir, Monet, and Bazille. He invested some energy painting in Fontainebleau, at Chailly with Monet, Bazille, and Renoir, and later work of Art at Marlotte with Renoir. His style impacted by Courbet and Daubigny, and when he initially showed his artworks at the Salon in 1867, he was an understudy of Corot who affected him with Impressionism. During the Franco-Prussian war, he invested energy in London.