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Sis·ley

 (sĭs′lē, sĭz′-, sēs-lā′), Alfred 1839-1899.
British-born French impressionist painter noted for his outdoor scenes, including Boat During the Flood (1876).
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Sisley

(ˈsɪslɪ; French sislɛ)
n
(Biography) Alfred (alfrɛd). 1839–99, French painter, esp of landscapes; one of the originators of impressionism
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Sis•ley

(ˈsɪs li, sisˈleɪ)

n.
Alfred, 1839–99, French painter.
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'Boat in the Flood at Port-Marly,' by Alfred Sisley
She said she's planning on changing the "picture above the fireplace - a print of the famous Penarth landscape by Alfred Sisley but it's been there a while now and I want something more modern."
Impressionist painter Alfred Sisley stayed in the town in 1897, marrying his long-term companion Eugenie Lescouzec and creating six landscape paintings of the town's cliffs and coast 7.
The highlight of the museum's bicentennial programme for 2015, the Monet and the Birth of Impressionism exhibition, will also feature works by Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Berthe Morisot, Camille Pissarro and Alfred Sisley.
Poor old Alfred Sisley is languishing on one per cent, and looks set for a stint in storage.
The Edge of the Forest - July Morning, 1889, by Alfred Sisley, is the latest addition to the Blue Gallery which houses 19th and 20th century paintings and sculpture.
Impressionists like Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Gustave Caille-botte, Edouard Manet and Alfred Sisley painted in the town of Argenteuil, which, at the end of the 19th century, was popular with boating parties from Paris and famous for its white figs and asparagus.
IN the world of paintings, works by Alfred Sisley should stand side by side with his lifelong friends Monet and Renoir.
This includes complimentary admission to the Museum and the opportunity to view this summer's blockbuster exhibition Alfred Sisley: Impressionist Landscapes.
Artists Marc Chagall, Egon Shiele and Alfred Sisley are among those represented.