1924
DOI: 10.1177/003591572401700403 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: THE classic sculptures of the Greeks such as the Belvedere Apollo were modelled from men who kept themselves fit by exercise of the nude body. Mr. Bateman gaily satirizes in his comic drawings the feeble ugly bodies of citizens stripped for enlistment, produced by modern life spent in confined smoky atmospheres. Exposure to sun and wind has a wonderfully good effect on health and happiness, as shown by the result obtained in children affected with rickets or tuberculosis through bad feeding and upbringing in c… Show more

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