|Italian: Lampada ad arco|
|Year||c. 1910–1911(dated 1909 on painting)|
|Medium||Oil on canvas|
|Subject||An electric street light|
|Dimensions||174.7 cm × 114.7 cm (68.8 in × 45.2 in)|
|Location||Museum of Modern Art, New York City, US|
|Accession||23715 (NCSU Libraries)|
Street Light (also known as The Street Light: Study of Light and Street Lamp (Suffering of a Street Lamp)) (Italian: Lampada ad arco) is a painting by Italian Futurist painter Giacomo Balla, dated 1909, depicting an electric street lamp casting a glow which outshines the crescent moon. The painting was inspired by streetlights at the Piazza Termini in Rome.