1 oil painting : 45 x 40 cm. This painting depicts the Birks clock in Vancouver. There are two streetlights over the road on the right of the painting, with cars on the road to the right, and a red stoplight above them. In the foreground the road is empty. There are many people walking along the street behind the Birks clock, with some people stopped and standing on the street. Behind the clock to the left is a building with windows at each level, and an overhang above the first level. In the background are other buildings. The painting is oil on artist's board, and is framed in a grey wood frame with a wide burlap matte and a small white matte closest to the painting. The back of the painting has a short letter taped to it, and it reads "Langley/ May 12, 1969/ Dear Mrs. Yarath:/ Indeed you must/ have a poor opinion of my ability to/ fill commissions! Actually, just/ before I went in hospital I had/ started two Vancouver scenes/ with you in mind, and now/ that I am home and able to/ work again I shall finish them/ and phone you./ Sincerely Peter Ewart." Below the taped letter is a sticker reading "PETER EWART STUDIOS/ 9741 SHARPE ROAD, R. R. 2, LANGLEY, B.C./ "THE BIRKS CLOCK" PM Ewart."