Alfred Sisley, a British-French impressionist landscape painter, created the painting Station at Sevres in approximately 1879. The artwork depicts a landscape that includes buildings and trees. Sisley spent most of his life in France but retained British citizenship.
His style was consistent with the Impressionist movement, painting en plein air to capture natural light and color. Station at Sevres is one of several artworks created by Sisley during his career. The painting showcases his ability to capture the beauty of everyday scenes with delicate brushstrokes and attention to detail.
Today, all of Sisley’s artworks are in the public domain. Art enthusiasts can view Station at Sevres in person at various art museums around the world or through online exhibitions from the comfort of their home. The painting remains an excellent example of impressionism and showcases Sisley’s unique perspective on French landscape scenes in particular.