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The Bell Tower at Noisy-le-Roi, Autumn

Photo credit: Glasgow Museums

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This autumnal scene is one of Sisley's finest Impressionist landscapes. The painting shows the small village of Noisy-le-Roi, which lies between Versailles and Saint-Germain-en-Laye, southwest of Louveciennes and Marly-le-Roi, on the edge of the Forest of Marly. This landscape, made up of unassuming motifs, is a vision of a tranquil rural world. As is typical of Sisley's finest paintings, he has subtly and delicately responded to the changing light of the season and to the specific time of the day.

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  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    45.7 x 61 cm

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  • Acquisition method

    gift from Sir William and Lady Burrell to the City of Glasgow, 1944


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