Sahurs Meadows in Morning Sun

Alfred Sisley British

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 824

Sisley spent the summer of 1894 in Le Mesnil-Esnard at the estate of his friend and patron, François Depeaux, a wealthy Norman industrialist. While there, Sisley painted seven views of the Coteaux de la Bouille and the Sahurs meadows adjacent to Rouen. Depeaux bought five of the pictures, including the present work.

Sahurs Meadows in Morning Sun, Alfred Sisley (British, Paris 1839–1899 Moret-sur-Loing), Oil on canvas

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