La Seine à Saint-Mammès
Signed and dated Bern - 06
Oil on canvas
18¼ x 21¾ inches (46.4 x 55.2 cm)
Framed: 23 x 26 inches (58.4 x 66 cm)
Saint-Mammès was a port town used for barge traffic where the Seine and Loing rivers meet. Alfred Sisley painted several similar views of this stretch of the River Seine, one of which is in the collection of the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland. The present work by Bernhard Klène was exhibited in the first London exhibition dedicated to the work of the artist in 1966.
Private Collection, England
London, Kaplan Gallery, Bern Klene 1870-1930: First London Exhibition, 1966, no. 13