Arcimboldo: The Spring Arcimboldo : The Earth  Arcimboldo : Vertumus Arcimboldo : The Bookseller
Murillo : The Young Beggar Monet : Sun impression raising Monet : The Magpie Monet : The Field off Poppies
Renoir : On the Terrace Le Lorrain : one Seaport setting sun

Renoir :At the edge of the Sea  

Renoir : In the Hills 
Véronèse : The Wedding at Cana  Seurat : Poseuse de Profil Gainsborough : Conversation in a Park

De Hooch : The Drinker

Véronèse : The Martyrdom Véronèse : Barnabé. Véronèse : Vénus And Adonis Tintoret : Pietà
Tintoret : Last Cène  Tintoret : Tarquin and Lucrèce  Tintoret : The Origin of the Milky Way 

Fernande Garay : The Tree of Life

Fernande Garay : Forest

Gustav Klimt : The Kiss

Jean Marie Barre : Transfer

Jean Marie Barre : It was that 
of the Doctor

 Mary Cassat : The Bath.

 Edgar Degas : Dancers.

 Alfred Sisley : Misty Morning

 


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Alfred Sisley (1839 - 1899). Misty morning, In the Neighbors. (1874) 

English painter, Sisley nevertheless is regarded as a significant representative of French impressionism. It is only after having left England in 1862 that it turns to painting. In spite of its interest at the beginning for the landscapes of Constable and Turner dice 1870 it is influenced by Corot and Courbet, its style approaches Monet, Renoir, Bazille and of Pissarro which it meets with the workshop of Gleyre. It paints in outside, especially landscapes of the Island of France. He like subjects the villages and the landscapes around Paris, it succeeds in granting a different atmosphere to them according to the season, the hour of the day and the luminosity. Like Monet Sisley like atmospheric effects. The rising or to lay down them sun, thefog or the clouds give an atmosphere vibrating, alive and very particular to good of its works. Contrary to Monet or Renoir, Alfred Sisley never knew the glory of alive sound. Today it is regarded as a major painter among the impressionists.