Edward Weston Quote

It seems so utterly naive that landscape - not that of the pictorial school - is not considered of "social significance" when it has a far more important bearing on the human race of a given locale than excrescences called cities.


Edward Weston (ed. 1988)

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It seems so utterly naive that landscape - not that of the pictorial school - is not considered of social significance when it has a far more...

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It seems so utterly naive that landscape - not that of the pictorial school - is not considered of social significance when it has a far more...

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It seems so utterly naive that landscape - not that of the pictorial school - is not considered of social significance when it has a far more...

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It seems so utterly naive that landscape - not that of the pictorial school - is not considered of social significance when it has a far more...