The Most Trusted Source for the Work of Edward Curtis

Christopher Cardozo has been widely recognized as the world’s leading authority on Edward Curtis for over four decades. No one else has dedicated such passion and scholarly focus on Edward Curtis, his life and his works, while also pioneering an understanding of the crucial role played by his Native American co-creators.

Cardozo has over forty years of experience as an exhibiting photographer, a curator, a publisher, a consultant, a dealer, an appraiser, and is the owner/creator of the world’s most widely published, exhibited and extensive Curtis collection.


Canyon De Chelly - Navaho, 1904

Canyon de Chelly – Navaho, 1904
Japanese Gampi Tissue

Horse Capture - Atsina , 1908 – Vintage Curtis

Horse Capture – Atsina, 1908
Photogravure, Japanese Gampi Tissue

Ogalala Girls, 1907

Ogalala Girls, 1907
Photogravure, Japanese Vellum

Coups Well-Known – Apsaroke, 1908 – Vintage Curtis

Coups Well-Known – Apsaroke, 1908
Photogravure, Japanese Gampi Tissue

Son of the Desert

A Son of the Desert – Navaho, 1904
Photogravure, Japanese Gampi Tissue

The Piki Maker - Hopi, 1906-Gelatin Silver Print, vintage print

Girl and Jar (Sunflower), San Ildefonso, 1905
Photogravure, Vellum

A Zuni Woman

A Zuni Woman, 1903
Photogravure, Japanese Vellum

Kotsuis and Hohhug - Nakoaktok, 1914

Kotsuis and Hohhug – Nakoaktok, 1914
Portfolio print on Van Gelder