Sam Hill’s grand mansion, now a museum

The Maryhill Museum of Art was the residence of Sam Hill and his Romanian princess.  It is an impressive castle on a bluff overlooking the Columbia River.  The museum features a collection of Rodin sculptures and watercolors, Russian and Romanian royal icons and jewels, a special collection of more than 100 chess sets and an extensive Native American collection.  In September there is an outdoor art show on the park-like grounds. I will be showing my art at this show. The Maryhill community is now mostly fruit orchards featuring over 20 varieties of peaches, also nectarines, cherries, and apricots.  We live fourteen miles from Maryhill and do a lot of picking and canning of fruit.

‘Maryhill Museum’
watercolor by Ron Sheldon

Giclée fine art print with matte

$20.00 USD + S&H


The original was purchased by the Chairman of the board of the Maryhill Museum of Art. High quality Giclée prints are available for $20. They are printed with archival pigment inks on heavyweight matte-finish art paper. They are mounted in a 9x12 inch high quality acid free matte board. The matte color is Palm Beach White which will go with any décor. They are ready for display or mounting in a standard size 9x12 frame.