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    Edward Steichen, "Beauty Primer" your hands, 1934 Edward Steichen, for example, prewar Impressionist par excellence, moved in his treatment of the nude to a bold new modernist style which dispensed with Pictorialist effects and began to see the body in an essentially sculptural fashion, as if flesh were just one of the new materials of the age, like concrete, glass and steel

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