Alfred Sisley’s L’Automne: Bords De La Seine Pres Bougival is an oil on canvas painting created in 1873. The artwork belongs to the Landscape Art genre and measures 46.3 x 61.8 cm. It is part of the Western Art Collection and is located at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in Montreal, Canada.
The painting is a stunning representation of the banks of the Seine river in autumn, depicting trees and forests. It is painted in the Impressionist style, typical of Sisley’s works. L’Automne: Bords De La Seine Pres Bougival was promised as a gift to the museum by Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Dillon in 1992.
The painting is in the public domain, and reproductions are available at various art websites. Sisley painted several other works depicting Bougival, a rural town located near Paris, France. L’Automne: Bords De La Seine Pres Bougival is an excellent example of Sisley’s mastery of capturing the essence of natural landscapes. Its vibrant colors and incredible attention to detail make it a true masterpiece of the Impressionist movement.