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Form and figure

Author: Suza Scalora
Publisher: Seattle : PhotoDisc, ©1997.
Series: Signature series.
Edition/Format:   Computer file : 5.25 in. disc
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The human form is seen anew through mesmerizing colors and intriguing angles. Suza Scalora's images are more than studies in anatomy; they're statues, stories and rich human allegories. Old and young, male and female timeless and futuristic, these images offer miles of curves and capture the essence of what it means to be confortable in one's own skin.
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Document Type: Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Suza Scalora
OCLC Number: 301650589
Notes: Référence : 2001-25.
Images libérées des droits d'auteur.
Description: 1 cédérom ; 12 cm 1 guide.
Details: Configuration requise : PC; 256 couleurs.- Macintosh; 256 couleurs.
Series Title: Signature series.
Responsibility: by Suza Scalora

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The human form is seen anew through mesmerizing colors and intriguing angles. Suza Scalora's images are more than studies in anatomy; they're statues, stories and rich human allegories. Old and young, male and female timeless and futuristic, these images offer miles of curves and capture the essence of what it means to be confortable in one's own skin.

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