(1839 - 1899)
Alfred Sisley was active/lived in France. Alfred Sisley is known for Impressionist seasonal landscape painting.
An impressionist landscape painter early influenced by the Barbizon
School, Alfred Sisley was born in Paris to English parents. The
father was a successful business person whose company traded with
American southern states. His parents sent him to London to train
for business, but disliking that pursuit, Sisley, in 1862, returned to
Paris and, with his family's support, enrolled at the Académie
Gleyre. There he met future impressionists Jean Renoir, Camille
Pizarro, and Claude Monet, and they met at the Café Guerbois with Paul
During these conversations, Sisley took the rule of neutral mediator
and did paintings that showed strong Barbizon School influence,
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