Dedicated to the Legacy and Preservation of Edward Curtis

Dear Valued Customers,

At Cardozo Fine Art, we are committed to providing you with the best possible experience when it comes to our services and products. To ensure that we can continue to deliver exceptional quality, we are currently in the process of reorganizing our studio space.

As a result of this reconfiguration, we regret to inform you that we will be temporarily suspending the acceptance of new orders until early December. This decision was not made lightly, but it is necessary to streamline our operations and create an even more efficient and creative workspace for our team.

During this period, we will continue to fulfill existing orders and work diligently on ongoing projects. Our customer support team will also be available to assist you with any inquiries or concerns you may have.

We understand that this may cause some inconvenience, and we sincerely appreciate your understanding and support during this time. Our aim is to come back stronger, better organized, and fully prepared to exceed your expectations with our fine art offerings.

Thank you for being a valued part of the Cardozo Fine Art community. We look forward to serving you with renewed energy and creativity in early December. In the meantime, please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions or if there’s anything else we can assist you with.

Hand-colored platinum print of An Oasis in The Badlands – Sold

Edward Curtis Was An Artist, Photographer, Messenger, Witness,

Multi-Culterist, Environmentalist, Ethnographer,

Mountaineer, Adventurer, Publisher, Auter, Filmmaker,

Multi-media presenter, Businessman, Entrepreneur, Visionary,

Leader, Salesman, Creator, Humanist, Innovator

Canyon de Chelly

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Between 1900 and 1930, Edward Curtis traveled deep into Indian territories and lived among dozens of Native tribes. He captured the authentic ways of life of over 80 Native cultures, producing over 40,000 glass plate negatives, 10,000 wax cylinder recordings, 4,000 pages of anthropological text, and a feature-length film. His dedication culminated in the production of  The North American Indian, the most extensive and expensive photographic project ever undertaken.   Learn More …

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Archival Prints

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Mastered from vintage, original source materials, these contemporary fine art photographs

are individually produced to emulate the texture and color of the original Curtis photogravures.

Four sizes are available, with prices starting at $185.

The Potter (Nampeyo) - Hopi, 1906
Mosa - Mohave


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Contemporary 60 x 40″ format prints of some of Curtis’ most iconic and sought-after images, printed onto a 100% cotton watercolor paper.

1 size 60″ x 40″ 

Mammoth Print ~ Bear’s Belly – Arikara, 1904.


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Christopher Cardozo has authored and edited nine books devoted to Edward Curtis over the last 25 years, featuring many of his rarest and previously unseen images. Illuminating and erudite text by significant contributors complement each publication.

 Vintage Original Photogravures

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Edward Curtis’ – The North American Indian

The Custom Limited-Edition

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This is the first time since the original publication, that a high-quality, artisanal republication has been available. Each Custom Edition Set presents Curtis’ magnum opus in its entirety: 2,234 photographs, 2,500,000 words and transcriptions of Native language and music.

The North American Indian is a landmark in publishing history. It is a rich, comprehensive, and definitive record of over eighty North American tribal groups. Nothing else like it exists.

Our Republication is finely crafted, with enhanced readability and created with the finest materials and state-of-the-art image quality. It may be the largest republication project in North American publishing history.

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The North American Indian

The Complete Reference Edition

The more affordable re-creation of Edward Curtis’ original masterpiece, the Complete Reference Edition
is finished with a hardcover and printed on archival, acid-free Finch Opaque paper.