CHRISTOPHER CARDOZO FINE ART

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To our valued supporters of Cardozo Fine Art and Edward Curtis enthusiasts, we wanted to reach out and let you know that our thoughts are with all of you, particularly those directly affected by COVID-19. Our staff is healthy and is working remotely to help mitigate the spread of the virus, and will continue bringing Beauty, Heart & Spirit to the world through Curtis’ words + imagery.

Also, if you are interested in purchasing our republication of The North American Indian or prints, we are continuing to take orders online, by phone or by email. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us with any questions you might have. Please know that your purchases not only support our staff but as importantly, they support our Native American philanthropic projects. 

Please stay healthy and be safe,
Christopher Cardozo Fine Art Team

DISCOVER THE WORK OF EDWARD CURTIS

ARTIST – ETHNOGRAPHER

 

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.  Read More …

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THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN
THE REPUBLICATION

This is believed to be the largest and most ambitious republication project in North American publishing history. All twenty Volumes and twenty Portfolios have been re-created with exacting detail for this new publication. Original Sets of The North American Indian are in the permanent collections at Harvard, Yale, The Met and over 100 other public and private rare book collections. The Complete Reference Edition offers a finely-crafted alternative to the original Curtis Sets for far less than 1% of the cost and offers greatly enhanced accessibility, readability, and unwavering fidelity to the original.  This is a wonderful opportunity to own a finely crafted piece of American history.

$6,500  Now with a Special Pricing Offer: $4200 Limited Availability  

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GOLDTONES™

Our limited edition Goldtones™ are both rare and beautiful. They have a luminosity that is unequaled by any other photographic art form. For this historic limited edition printing of 150th Anniversary Goldtones we have chosen only Curtis’ most beautiful and evocative images. Each finished, framed and numbered Goldtone™ is the result of over sixty separate and distinct steps and generally exceed the goldtones produced by Curtis in their luminosity, permanence, and beauty.

2 sizes available, prices starting at $3500

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VINTAGE PRINTS

These photographs were created by Edward Curtis between 1899–1930. Christopher Cardozo Fine Art has the world’s largest inventory of both original vintage and contemporary photographs by Edward Curtis.

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MAMMOTH PRINTS

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″ –  $6500

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BOOKS
MONOGRAPHS

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.

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YOUR PURCHASE HAS A PURPOSE
Christopher Cardozo has a 30-year history of active philanthropy for Native Americans and Native American organizations.
He has created a 10,000 print repatriation project and has brought 100’s of photographs of ancestors back to tribal organizations and individuals. He has also underwritten education for numerous Native children in the US and Guatemala.
Your purchases make this philanthropy possible.