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Travel with me across continents in trams painted by artists. Sometimes it’s sunny, other times rainy and stormy. We’ll freeze in the snow while queuing for the tram. We’ll hang onto the tram because we need to get there. But we’ll always look for a tram in the sunshine.

These are not high resolution images. If you need a copy, please see the links in the full list of trams painted by artists, which you will find below the gallery.

Each tram painting in the list is linked to the corresponding image page on Wikimedia, from where you can read the license, download copies at high resolution and in a choice of sizes.

Click on or touch any image to cycle through the gallery. Most of these paintings are in landscape mode. If you are viewing on a mobile phone, you will get the best results by flipping your display to horizontal.

Full list of trams painted by artists

The list below shows trams painted by artists in the same order as in the photo gallery.

Disclaimer. I have checked the licensing conditions of each image on Wikimedia. However, you must not rely on, or quote any licensing information that you may find on this web page. You are advised to check the licensing conditions of each image before use. You will find this information once you go to the Wikimedia download page of the painting you are interested in.

Kolkata Monsoon by Ananta Mandal 2018. Medium: Acrylic on Canvas. Wikimedia download link
Attribution: Anantamandal, CC BY-SA 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Imposing Impression by Ananta Mandal. Kolkata. 2013. Medium: Watercolor on paper. Wikimedia download link
Attribution: Anantamandal, CC BY-SA 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Rainy Day, Boston by Childe Hassam circa 1886. Medium: Oil on panel. Wikimedia download link

St Charles Avenue, New Orleans by Paul Edouard Poincy. Date: 1898. Medium: Oil on canvas. Wikimedia download link

Rainy Evening on Hennepin Avenue by Robert Koehler Circa 1902. Medium: oil on canvas. Wikimedia download link

JJ Beijnes carriage workshop in Netherlands. By Herman Heijenbrock. Date: circa 1914. Medium: Unknown. Wikimedia download link

A Rainy Day, Brussels by Stella Schmolle. Date: 1944. Medium: Watercolour. Wikimedia download link
Attribution: Imperial War Museum IWM Non-Commercial Licence

A Place in Paris. (Une place à Paris) by Luigi Loir. Date: Unknown. Medium: Gouache on paper. Wikimedia download link

Tram on the embankment. (Ufer mit Straßenbahn) by Jakub Schikaneder 1924. Medium: Oil on canvas. Wikimedia download link

Bredgade in Copenhagen (Bredgade i København) by Paul Gustav Fischer. Date: Not known. Medium: Oil on board. Wikimedia download link

At the tram stop by Paul Gustav Fischer (Ved stoppestedet) 1927. Denmark. Medium: Oil on panel. Wikimedia download link

View of Kongens Nytorv by Peter Tom-Petersen. Denmark 1912. Medium: Oil on canvas. Wikimedia download link

Tram hangers by A.I. Vakhrameev. Probably in Russia. Date: 1920. Medium: Not known. Wikimedia download link

Tram queue by Alexander Vakhrameev. Probably in Russia. Date 1921. Wikimedia download link

Lentulov street Moscow by Vasilyevich Lentulov. Date 1910. Medium: Oil on canvas. Wikimedia download link

Metro at Kirovskiye Vorota by Aristarkh Lentulov. Date: Between 1935 and 1943. Medium: Oil on canvas. Wikimedia download link

First Tram on Collins Street, Melbourne by Tom Roberts. 1889. Medium: Oil on canvas. Wikimedia download link

Collins Street, Melbourne by George Hyde Pownall. Circa 1912. Medium: Oil on millboard. Wikimedia download link

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