Join an NGV Educator live from the NGV for a short and lively introduction to one work from French Impressionism from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. To have your questions answered about the Wednesday Work of the Week send them in advance to [email protected]. The program recording will also be available to access for one week for booked participants.
Whether it was in the form of a river, the ocean or a backyard pond, rippling water was a favoured subject of the Impressionists. This week, explore how Alfred Sisley depicted the ever-changing nature of water in his painting, The Loing at Saint-Mammès, 1882.
- Identify and describe sources of inspiration in the work of Alfred Sisley.
- Analyse and interpret the themes, concepts and ideas in Alfred Sisley’s The Loing at Saint-Mammès.
- Discuss how the Impressionists used materials, techniques and processes to realise their intentions in their artworks.
Duration: 15 mins