Discover train art for sale. These artworks cover all different mediums, each with the timeless subject of the train and stations as a focal point of the piece. The train has come to represent many different things in art, including journeys and movement, and has the power to inspire and impress. Want to buy train art but not sure where to begin? Why not browse our Train Paintings, Train Photography or Train Prints.
Rebecca Coleman is a British artist who created a series of lino prints portraying different stations of the London underground. The stark contrast and often gritty subject matter of these pieces makes them impactful and incredibly evocative of the subterranean passages of London.
Trains can be found in the works of artists from a variety of different movements and time periods. Monet’s Arrival of the Normandy Train, Gare Saint-Lazare is a beautiful example of impressionist art, where a muted colour palette and thin brushstrokes work together to perfectly recreate the ambience of the station. The surrealist Magritte also worked trains into his art, with his unusual piece Time Transfixed depicting a train emerging from a fireplace.