Romanticism, an artistic current born at the beginning of the eighteenth century, was the period of revaluation of the sphere of sentiment, passion and irrationality, in other words: of the individual heroic gesture as an affirmation of self and of his will. Romanticism is the movement of great impressions. Through the most striking features of this artistic expression, Federico Cannata’s […]
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