The Gare Saint-Lazare: Arrival of a Train
This is the largest in Monet’s series of twelve paintings of the Saint-Lazare train station in Paris, a subject favored by many impressionist painters.
Eugénie Graff (Madame Paul)
During his two-month residence at a hotel-restaurant in Pourville, a small fishing village in Normandy, Monet painted portraits of the inn’s proprietors, Paul-Antoine and Eugénie Graff (1819–1891).
Alternate Title: Still Life of Fish / Fish (Mullets) / Fish
( top painting by Cezanne)