Flood at Moret
Of all the Impressionists, Sisley was the most devoted to Impressionism's aim of capturing transient effects of light and atmosphere. He was also the most committed to landscape, never abandoning the Impressionist plein-air technique. Although his compositions were traditional, Sisley was never concerned with dramatic or picturesque incidents, but rather with the visual effects of atmosphere and weather.
Artform: PAINTING AND DRAWING, Pre-20th Century
Artist: Sisley, Alfred
Artist Dates: 1839-1899
Period: 19th century
Medium: oil on canvas
Size: 54 x 72 cm
Museum: Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
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