Three new photography dealers have recently joined I Photo Central: Christopher Cardozo Fine Art, Galerie Hypnos and Lee Gallery. The three photo dealers have already added another 1,750 new images to the website. They join dealers Charles Schwartz, Ltd. and Vintage Works, Ltd.
Christopher Cardozo Fine Art, for three decades, has been a leading source for fine art photography and has specialized in original works by Edward S. Curtis. Formed by Christopher Cardozo, the company owns the world's largest inventory of original Curtis photographs. Cardozo is the author of six books on Edward Curtis including the award winning Sacred Legacy and Native Nations. The first of two books of a new six book series on Curtis will also be released in 2004. He is regarded as one of the world's leading authorities on Edward S. Curtis and his internationally-exhibited personal collection is considered to be the world's largest and most broad ranging. Cardozo is also the founder of the Edward S. Curtis Foundation, which is working on the creation of an Edward S. Curtis Museum. Cardozo Fine Art also owns the world's largest archive of vintage photochroms or photolithographs available to the public. This rare archive was originally owned, over a hundred years ago, by the Detroit Photographic Co. The archive contains over a thousand different images of North America and approximately 7,000 European images. For vintage pieces contact Julie Trombetta, 2419 Lake Place, Minneapolis, MN 55405. The phone is 1-612-377-2252 and fax is 1-612-377-3083. Her email is email@example.com . For Contemporary Works and Reproductions, contact Sean Seele, 308 Prince St., Ste.180, St. Paul, MN 55101. The phone is 1-651-312-0162 and fax is 651-312-0163. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org . You can view the nearly one thousand images from Christopher Cardozo Fine Art by going to http://www.iphotocentral.com/search/search.php and putting in CardozoChome
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Located in the cultural heart of Paris, on the "Rive gauche", between the Orsay Museum and Saint-Germain-des-Près, Galerie Hypnos, run by Arnaud Delas, specializes in 19th and early 20th-century photographs. The gallery offers a wide range of themes, prices and photographers--some very famous, such as Le Gray, Baldus and Atget, and some anonymous. Hypnos offers a large range of themes, but rare and exotic travel and ethnographic photography is the main concentration of the gallery. Hypnos also offers a wide choice of fashion, flower, and architectural images, as well as other subjects in all media, including salt and albumen prints, daguerreotypes, cyanotypes and silver prints. Galerie Hypnos is located at 52, rue de l'Université, 75007 Paris, France. The phone is 011+33 1 45 44 99 71 and fax is 011+33 1 45 44 99 71. The email is email@example.com and the direct website is at http://www.hypnos-photo.com . Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 2:30 pm-7 pm, and Saturday, from 3 pm-7 pm. You can view images from Galerie Hypnos by going to http://www.iphotocentral.com/search/search.php and putting in GalerieHypnos (without any space and capitalizing the G and H) in the keyword space and hitting the Search button.
Mack Lee of Lee Gallery has been buying and selling fine photographs since 1981 and has been a member of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) since 1984. The gallery's specialties include 20th-century American photographs made before 1970, photographs from the Photo-Secession and the circle of Stieglitz, and 19th-century American, British and French photographs. Lee Gallery is eight miles north of Boston off I-93. The address is 9 Mount Vernon St, 2nd Floor, Winchester, MA 01890. The phone is 1-781-729-7445 and fax is 1-781-729-4592. The email is firstname.lastname@example.org and the direct website is at http://www.leegallery.com . Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10-5:30 pm and by appointment. You can view the 675-plus images from Lee Gallery by going to http://www.iphotocentral.com/search/search.php and putting in LeeGallery (without any space and capitalizing the L and G) in the keyword space and hitting the Search button.