"Louveciennes, the village the Impressionist painters had made seem essential"


Public DomainLouveciennes - Credit: Alfred Sisley

 Louveciennes was a traditional French village that has now been absorbed into the western suburbs of Paris.  It was a favourite subject for the Impressionist artists Alfred Sisley (1839-1899)and Camille Pissarro (1830-1903).


Pissarro eventually settled there with his family in 1866. Renoir and Monet also painted in the area.


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