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Un verger au printemps à By

Un verger au printemps à By

Alfred Sisley (in 1881)

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This painting is more expressive than the majority of Impressionist works of the period: notice the crooked lines of the tree branches, the vehement dashes with which the grass (left) is rendered. The scene evokes a lost idyllic world.

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Title Un verger au printemps à By
Material and technique Oil on canvas
Object type
Painting > Painting > Two-dimensional object > Art object
Location This object is in storage
Dimensions Width 72 cm
Height 54 cm
Artists Artist: Alfred Sisley
Accession number 2615 (MK)
Credits Acquired with the collection of D.G. Van Beuningen, 1958
Department Modern Art
Acquisition date 1958
Creation date in 1881
Collector Collector / D.G. van Beuningen
Internal exhibitions Een prikkelcollectie (2000)
Impressionisme: Een schone kijk (1992)
The Collection Enriched (2011)
Alles kids (2016)
De collectie als tijdmachine (2017)
External exhibitions Around Monet (2013)
À la campagne: het Franse licht van Maris tot Monet (2022)
Geographical origin France > Western Europe > Europe

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Alfred Sisley

Parijs 1839 - Moret-sur-Loing 1899

Alfred Sisley's father, of British descent, had acquired his wealth in the silk trade. He sent his son to England in 1857 to become an apprentice merchant....

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