Over the Rooftops - 1912" by Paul McGehee. The beautiful State Capital
of Colorado with the Rocky Mountains in the distance, on a snowy
evening in December of 1912. Denver is sometimes referred to as the
"Mile High City" because its official elevation is exactly one mile
(5280 feet) above sea level. The view is from the Daniels & Fisher
Tower looking southeast down 16th Street towards the Colorado State
Capitol building. Towards the left one can see the Immaculate
Conception Cathedral, which had just opened its doors two months
previous. The towered building to the right was the Denver (Arapahoe)
County Court House, built in 1883 and razed in 1934. Also visible are
the Colorado State Museum (under construction), the Brown Palace Hotel
and the Denver Y.M.C.A. building.
"Denver Over the Rooftops - 1912" is faithfully
reproduced as an archival-quality print from McGehee's original color
pencil and acrylic artwork, each hand-signed by the artist.