In 1758 Fort Pitt was constructed under the order of General John Forbes to honor William Pitt the Elder. It eventually became the town of Pittsborough and evolved through several battles and changes of hand to become the thriving center of the American Steel industry, before the bust that is. But, Pittsburgh still remains one of the most economically viable metropolitan areas in the United States today. This piece of history is also a work of art, ready to hang in your private collection! Printed on coated aluminum with rounded edges, our large format metal art prints are the perfect showpiece for your home, lobby, office, or gallery. Each vintage photograph or series of photographs has been professionally retouched and restored to its original glory by our in house graphics team. Each print has a metal “float mount” glued to the back for a striking display. Please allow 7 to 10 days for production.
- Available in two sizes: 47”W x 10.5”H and 24”W x 5.5”H
- Vintage restored photograph printed on coated aluminum
- Each print has a metal “float mount” glued to the back for a striking display