In the years 1815 to 1820, the arts and culture of the Middle Ages were rediscovered and the neo-Gothic movement emerged influencing the architectural and decorative arts. The Middle Ages were then considered to be the golden age of Christianity, the mystical source of religion. In paintings and furnishings neo-Gothic became the Troubadour style, which was much appreciated by the Romanticists who found spiritual inspiration in the picturesque atmospheres created by artists and craftsmen. Although the style continued to be favored till the end of the19th century and beyond, the most creative period was from 1815 to 1835.
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