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The Senate Gallery Corridor, third floor of the Capitol
This scene is identifiable both by the architecture and by the distinctive frame for the painting Niagara, the Table Rock–Winter, by François Régis Gignoux.
    The Senate Gallery Corridor, third floor of the Capitol

The Senate Press Gallery, Capitol
This room is located on the third floor, immediately behind the Senate Chamber.
    The Senate Press Gallery, Capitol

Old Subway from the Capitol to the Russell Senate Office Building
The old monorail subway car pulls into the Russell Senate Office Building basement. One of the two old subway cars that ran from the Russell Senate Office Building to the Capitol is still on display in the Russell building's basement.
    Old Subway from the Capitol to the Russell Senate Office Building

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Senate Art

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Art Publications

The United States Senate Catalogue of Fine Art  and the United States Senate Catalogue of Graphic Art illustrate the diversity of the Senate's art collection.

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