Buffalo Central Terminal as seen in December 1928, shortly before its official opening. The New York Central Railroad wanted a major presence in Buffalo, strategically located at the midpoint of its operations between New York City and Chicago.
Date: 1869 Medium: oil on canvas Current location: Nationalmuseum Accession number: NM 2425 Credit line: Gift 1924 by an unknown donor, through Nationalmusei Vänner
Image and Description from Wiki: "La Grenouillère, the frog pond, was a popular place for bathing and recreation among Paris’ workers and middle class. It is situated in Bougival, just west of the capital. In September 1869 Auguste Renoir and Claude Monet spent a few days here together. They painted the same subject several times from different perspectives. One of Monet’s painting can be seen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York"