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"The three women in black abducting the nude dancer can be understood as representing death [...]. In the eyes of many of [Koppitz's] contemporaries [...] this image was more likely to be interpreted as representing Vanitas. This reading did not stop anyone from purchasing this photograph [...] nor did it prevent the picture from writing photo history when it was used as the sole photographic image to illustrate the entry "art photography" in a 1920s edition of the Enyclopedia Britannica." (Points of View, pp. 124 et 125.)
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