Daily Archives: October 14, 2013

Snow at Louveciennes by Alfred Sisley

When painting snow scenes, Alfred Sisley followed Courbet's example like Monet. This subject allowed Sisley to study the variations in the light, and to use different ranges of shades. It required a muted palette to capture the myriad tones of reflected … Continue reading

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