Pittsburgh Art

Featured in this gallery is my collection of fine art limited edition paintings which have sentimental meaning to my hometown of Pittsburgh and make it someplace special. The Pittsburgh art prints are very popular with Pittsburghers, many of whom now live across the country and are looking for something unique to remind them of our beautiful city. Scroll down the page and click on the colorful thumbnail paintings below to view the enlarged original fine art. The paintings are available as giclee prints, giclee canvas prints and giclee canvas wraps.

City of Pittsburgh Golden Triangle

Pittsburgh is characterized by the shape of the city’s downtown and majestic skyline known as the Golden Triangle which forms a triangular tract. The Allegheny & Monongahela rivers carve at both sides of the city and converge at the Point to form the Ohio River. Pittsburgh is known as the City of Steel & the City of Bridges. Here one of the cable cars with its signature red and yellow colors slowly makes its ascension on the Duquesne Incline towards Mt. Washington.

“Charles, from the moment I first saw your work, I was amazed by your talent and attention to the smallest of details. More so, I was impressed with what a wonderful, thoughtful, giving person you are. With your creativity, god given talent, and genuine kindness, I predict your ever growing success. Thank you for sharing your gifts with the world. Pittsburgh is lucky to have you!”

Chandra Michaels – Austin, TX

City of Pittsburgh Golden Triangle
8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
12×16 Giclee Print
$75.00
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
16×20 Canvas Print
$250.00
16×20 Canvas Wrap
$500.00
Kennywood Amusement Park

Kennywood Amusement Park is a traditional amusement park located in West Mifflin, a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The park first opened in 1898 as a trolley park and has been a favorite summer destination for Pittsburgh families and visitors for several generations. It is one of only two amusement parks listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This painting takes us to a section of the park known as Lost Kennywood with roller-coaster thrill seekers about to make the first sheer screaming descent on the towering Phantom’s Revenge. The clouds in the painting were painted in hues of soft blues and pink to resemble fluffy cotton candy.

Kennywood Amusement Park
8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
12×16 Giclee Print
$75.00
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
“Meet Me Under the Kaufmann’s Clock”

Kaufmann’s was a well-known regional department store which originated in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The department store was founded in 1871 and owned by Edgar J. Kaufmann. The Kaufmann’s Clock is an architectural masterpiece and a Pittsburgh iconic landmark and has been a popular feature of the City of Pittsburgh for over a century. The original clock which was a large four faced clock was installed in 1887 and stood on a tall post located outside of the building. With the growing expansion of the department store in the early part of the 20th century, the current clock was erected on the corner of the building’s downtown headquarters where Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street meet. The bronze ornamental clock was designed by the Coldwell Clock Company of New York. “Meet me under the Kaufmann’s Clock” became a common phrase for those who live in and around Pittsburgh and continues to be a popular downtown meeting place.

"Meet Me Under the Kaufmann's Clock"
8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
12×16 Giclee Print
$75.00
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
West View Park

West View Park was a very popular amusement park for many generations of Pittsburghers and was located north of the city in the small town of West View, Pennsylvania. The amusement park was founded by T.M. Harton and made its grand opening to the public on May 26, 1906. It was one of the few trolley parks in the nation which was accessible to Pittsburghers via the #10 West View route. Streetcar tracks ran along Center Avenue and overlooked the large Dips which was a wooden trestle roller coaster and one of the park’s favorite rides. Many Pittsburgh companies and schools converged on the amusement park where they would hold their annual picnics and it was a great place to meet people. West View Park was one of those magical places that will always hold sentimental memories in the hearts of Pittsburghers.

West View Park
8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
12×16 Giclee Print
$75.00
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
“Lighting of the Horne’s Christmas Tree”

The lighting of the Horne’s Christmas tree at its flagship department store remains a long-held family holiday season tradition in Pittsburgh. The six story electric tree placed at the corner of the building at Penn Avenue and Stanwix Street continues to be displayed annually in the city as part of Light Up Night. As part of Pittsburgh’s nostalgic past, a trolley strolls past the illuminating light of the tree. With this painted scene, I went with cold-toned colors like you would see on a cold, blustery winter day in the city. In its heyday, trolleys were one of the major sources of transportation for generations of Pittsburghers who worked in the city or would come to the city to do holiday shopping on the weekends. Aside from the Horne’s tree, people were often drawn in by the decorative holiday window displays at Horne’s.

"Lighting of the Horne's Christmas Tree"
8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
12×16 Giclee Print
$75.00
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
“Lighting of the Horne’s Christmas Tree”

Merry Christmas Pittsburgh

8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
12×16 Giclee Print
$75.00
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
University of Pittsburgh
University of Pittsburgh
8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
12×16 Giclee Print
$75.00
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
“Pittsburgh’s South Side”

25 Signed and Numbered Artist Proofs Archival Giclee Prints

250 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Archival Giclee Prints

50 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Gallery Giclee Canvas Prints

Pittsburgh’s South Side is an area of Pittsburgh located along the Monongahela River across from downtown. The colorful and vibrant business district stretches along East Carson Street which is home to many eclectic small shops, restaurants and bars.

"Pittsburgh's South Side"
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
16×20 AP Giclee Print
$250.00
16×20 Giclee Canvas
$350.00
“Steel Rails”

25 Signed and Numbered Artist Proofs Archival Giclee Prints

250 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Archival Giclee Prints

50 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Gallery Giclee Canvas Prints

Freight trains were integral to the growth of Pittsburgh’s steel industry since the beginning of the American Industrial Revolution. They are still very much a part of the fabric of western Pennsylvania as they wind through the hills and valleys. The Pennsylvania Railroad was an American Class I Railroad founded in 1846. The railroad was commonly referred to as “Pennsy” and headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The PRR was the largest railroad in the U.S. for the first half of the 20th century and at one time was the largest publicly traded corporation in the world.

"Steel Rails"
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
16×20 AP Giclee Print
$250.00
16×20 Giclee Canvas
$350.00
“Washington’s Return to Pittsburgh”

35 Signed and Numbered Artist Proofs Archival Giclee Prints

350 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Archival Giclee Prints

100 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Gallery Giclee Canvas Prints

In this painting, we look at one of the most distinguished and prominent men in the history of our nation, George Washington. Before becoming our first president, George Washington spent much of his early military career here in southwestern Pennsylvania. I wanted to capture a scene of Washington on his horse of the place that bears his name overlooking the city he helped to shape and what it has become.

Washington’s first journey to western Pennsylvania was an expedition in the fall and winter of 1753-54 from Williamsburg, VA to Fort LeBoeuf (Erie). He faced the unknown of the wilderness and hostile fire on numerous occasions. One skirmish took place on the slopes of Chestnut Ridge in Fayette Co. There he clashed with French soldiers, providing the spark that ignited a worldwide “war for empire”. Locally it is known as the French & Indian War, but it ultimately involved France, Great Britain, Canada, Native American tribes, Spain, Germany, Prussia, Austria & India.

Washington recognized the strategic importance of building a fort at what is now Pittsburgh. The British created Fort Prince George in February, 1754 near the Point along the Monongahela River. No sooner had it been built when French forces arrived burning the British stockade and erecting Fort Duquesne. The French held Fort Duquesne until November, 1758 when a combined British and colonial force, including Colonel George Washington built Fort Pitt which became one of the most elaborate strongholds in North America.

"Washington's Return to Pittsburgh"
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
16×20 AP Giclee Print
$250.00
16×20 Giclee Canvas
$350.00
City of Pittsburgh & Pittsburgh Penguins 50th Anniversary

25 Signed and Numbered Artist Proofs Archival Giclee Prints

250 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Archival Giclee Prints

50 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Gallery Giclee Canvas Prints

Featured here is a colorful illustration I created and great for any Pens fan to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the team. The illustration is available as signed limited edition prints and only (50) signed and numbered limited edition gallery canvas prints to signify each year of the franchise.

City of Pittsburgh & Pittsburgh Penguins 50th Anniversary
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
16×20 AP Giclee Print
$250.00
16×20 Giclee Canvas
$500.00
PNC Park – “Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates”

50 Signed and Numbered Artist Proofs Archival Giclee Prints

500 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Archival Giclee Prints

100 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Gallery Giclee Canvas Prints

PNC Park is a baseball park located on the North Shore in the city of Pittsburgh and is home to the Pittsburgh Pirates. It is the fifth home of the Pirates and opened at the start of the 2001 MLB season. It is often regarded as one of the most beautiful ballparks in the country.

PNC Park - "Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates"
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
16×20 AP Giclee Print
$250.00
16×20 Giclee Canvas
$500.00

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