Celilo Falls Vista – Special Framed Artist Edition
Celilo Falls Vista – Special Framed Artist Edition
Celilo Falls Vista – Special Framed Artist Edition
Celilo Falls Vista – Special Framed Artist Edition
Richard Stefani

Celilo Falls Vista – Special Framed Artist Edition

Regular price $2,000.00 Sale price $1,750.00 Save $250.00

Only 150 items in stock!


  • Craftsman-printed on Canson® Infinity Platine Fibre Rag
  • Dramatic double archival mats: black inside and white outside
  • Custom made 1½" Brushed Silver Metal frame

Framed size: 24x30 inches

Signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity included

*Arrives ready to hang with a black paper backing and wire hanger. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.

Limited Editions and Special Artist Editions
Hand-printed Limited and Special Artist Editions are of particular interest and considered highly collectible because of their uniqueness and rarity. A signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity protects your investment.
Stefani Fine Art™ Special Edition museum-quality giclées have an elegant finish, with rich, deep blacks and an incredibly rich color gamut. The hand-made Italian elegantly textured paper is archival, acid, chlorine and lignin free, 100 percent cotton. Only lightfast, archival pigment inks are used.
Richard offers "Special Artist Editions" and Christina offers "Limited Editions"

For over 11,000 years, Celilo Falls (Wy-am) was a crucial hub of salmon fishing and commerce for Indian tribes around Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge. Ten times more water passed over Celilo Falls than passes over Niagara Falls today. A half-dozen tribes had permanent villages between the falls and where the city of The Dalles, Oregon now stands. As many as 5,000 people would gather to trade, feast, and participate in games and religious ceremonies.
Celilo was the oldest continuously inhabited community on the North American continent until March 10, 1957, when the falls and nearby settlements were submerged by the construction of The Dalles Dam. This ancient, sacred area was completely destroyed.
We are proud to share Richard's unique and sensitive photographs taken in 1956 at one of the last Celilo Falls tribal fishing ceremonies. Enjoy this rare opportunity to own a piece of history.