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An overview of Monet's groundbreaking group of seven paintings of the Parisian train station and an introduction to the artist's interest in the subject .
Learn about the development of the railroad in France and Monet's production of his 1877 painting Arrival of the Normandy Train, Gare Saint-Lazare.
Quick facts about the artist and his train station paintings.
Discussion questions and activities for home and classroom about Monet's painting of a modern, bustling Parisian train station.
2147 W. Lake St.1883 by D. Adler & Company (with Louis Sullivan); photograph by Richard NickelDemolished 1958; now the site of the Henry Horner Homes Richard Knisely was a sheet metal...
02. Knisely, Richard, Store and Flats for
Hegewisch, Chicago, IL, 1950-51. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
06. Pressed Steel Car Company, Unicel Freight Cars. Exterior view, c.1950-1951.
Excerpted from the teacher manual Telling Images: Stories in Art this chapter focuses on the painting Train Station by Walter Ellison. Includes information about the artist,...
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Train Station</em> by Walter Ellison
An exploration of Monet's fascination with depicting the smoke and steam from the cloud machines, or steam engines, pulling into Paris's Gare Saint-Lazare.
Video: Monet and the Cloud Machines
Hegewisch, Chicago, IL, 1950-51.

Designed in response to the steel shortages following World War II, the Unicel (from "unit-cellular") Freight Car was a tubular assembly of layered,...
05. Pressed Steel Car Company, Unicel Freight Cars. Sections and details of corner curve connections, September 20, 1950.
Chicago's public transportation system reached an important milestone in 1943 when the State Street (Red Line) Subway—its first—opened to the public. Early post-war transit plans such as...
01. Chicago Looks Ahead brochure, March 1945.
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