Among his vital artworks are a sequence of paintings of landscapes portraying places in or neighboring Moret-sur-Loing. The prominent paintings of Alfred Sisley are characterized by tranquility, in light glooms of green, glowing and cream. Over many years, Sisley's influence of expression and color passion improved. At 18 years old, Sisley went to London to pursue a career in business, but he later abandoned it and resumed to Paris where he premeditated at École des Beaux-Arts in the help of Swiss sculptor Marc-Charles-Gabriel Gleyre, and he became more conversant with the following individuals Frédéric Bazille, Pierre-Auguste Renoir.

Alfred Sisley together with his friends mentioned above would therefore splatter sceneries en plein air rather than in the workshop. This focuses on arresting the fleeting effects of sunshine accurately. This invention resulted into more colorful and more sketchily painted portrait. Sisley creative work was subjective to the canvases of J. M. W. Turner besides John Constable who were based in London. He was also motivated by the elegance and theme of earlier modern artists Camille Pissarro as well as Edouard Manet. His painting stalwartly beseeches atmosphere and he focused more on landscape than any other related painter.

Amongst Sisley's highly recognized reproductions, the Effect of Snow at Argenteuil preserved by the Art Institute of Chicago has been highly treasured as it portrays a lot. To produce amazing sculpture, Sisley was wise enough to use oil on canvas technique. Do you know why oil on canvas technique is always first choice by most artists? If you don’t know, then get it all right.

Oil painting is a procedure of greasing with pigments together with a mediocre of drying oil. The following are the commonly used drying oils. They include; linseed oil, walnut oil, poppy seed oil, in addition to safflower oil. The high-quality oil conveys a series of properties to the paint so it’s advisable to choose drying oil wisely. Other media are also available to be used together with the oil. They include; cold wax, varnishes and others. These supplemented media are helpful in fine-tuning the clearness of the paint. Painters are permitted to use as many different oils as per their preference in their painting liable on precise pigments and properties desired.