Kaufmann's Clock - 1940 | Fritz Keck
Fritz Keck is a local artist best known for his "Once Upon a Time" catalog of distinctive scenes. The scene depicted here is arguably the most popular meeting place in downtown Pittsburgh, the Kaufmann's clock at Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street (1940). Installed in 1887, it continues as the "Meet me under the clock" meeting place for Pittsburghers.
Archival Satin Paper Print
Prints are unframed. Professional framing is recommended. Image size: 16" x 22"
Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
All reference imagery courtesy of The Archive Service Center, University of Pittsburgh Library and The Detre Library & Archives at the Heinz History Center.