[...] IT WAS ALSO A REVOLT AGAINST THE ARISTOCRATIC SOCIAL AND POLITICAL NORMS OF THE AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT AND A REACTION AGAINST THE SCIENTIFIC RATIONALIZATION OF NATURE.

 

[...] "THE ARTIST'S FEELING IS HIS LAW".

 

[...] THE CONTENT OF THE ART MUST COME FROM THE IMAGINATION OF THE ARTIST, WITH AS LITTLE INTERFERENCE AS POSSIBLE FROM "ARTIFICIAL" RULES DICTATING WHAT A WORK SHOULD CONSIST OF.

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