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Artium Quaestiones — [1].1979

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A. BILLERT

economy of art, but within a consciousness of its dependence on actual historie events
and historie needs. As the only defense against such dependences, Schinkel postu-
lates “dehistorization” of history in a work of art, its “naturalization” and ideali-
zation.

In the light of what has been said about Schinkel, we can assume that he can
be placed at the end of the first period of the nineteenth century, deeply rooted in the
past century and strongly connected with the first and the middle phases of German
Romanticism.
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