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The ad, known as "The Sun Bath", was photographed by Edward Steichen and showed a nude woman lying on stairs on her side with her back to the camera. Learn More - opens in a new window or tab. Cheret's process nevertheless still demanded superb artistry and remarkable craftsmanship. An advert for Atelier Hofmann showcasing the bathing suits that were in vogue in , left, and right, a poster for the Maritime Company of United Shippers from the s. The Polish School became known for a sardonic and gut wrenching variety of Surrealism in promoting the State-controlled theatre and cultural organizations.