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Over the years Flury & Company and, more recently, Jackson
Street Gallery have placed Edward Curtis photographic artworks
and antique Native-American art objects in many private
collections and important institutions in the United States and
abroad. These include the Seattle Art Museum, the Burke Museum,
the University of Washington, the Navajo Tribal Museum, the Los
Angeles Museum of Natural History, the San Francisco Museum of
Modern Art, the Denver Museum of Natural History, the Oklahoma
Arts Center, the Hopi Tribal Council, and the Montana Historical
Society and Museum in Helena, among others.
Today Flury & Company boasts one of the largest collections of
Edward Curtis' work in the world. Interest in Curtis'
photography continues to grow and the market for his work is
ever expanding and flourishing. With prices for his photographic
works ranging from $200 to over $40,000, there is something for
the first-time buyer and the seasoned collector. We invite you
to visit our gallery when you are in the Seattle area, or page
through our website for more information.
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