Waterfront Landscape is a painting that used to be located in the Silent Hill Historical Society, until it was removed for some reason. Its description still remains though, and James Sunderland is able to examine it in Silent Hill 2. The painting was made by Allen Smith (date of birth and death unknown), and allegedly depicted a scene of Silent Hill during the 1820s.
- "'Waterfront landscape'
- Allen Smith (date of birth and
- death unknown)
- A scene of this area from long ago.
- From the style, it looks like it was
- done sometime around 1820.
- There were a lot fewer people then,
- and only a handful of buildings."