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The new art movement had its roots in Britain, in the floral designs of William Morris, and in the Arts and Crafts movement founded by the pupils of Morris.

Early prototypes of the style include the Red House of Morris (1859), and the lavish Peacock Room by James Abbott Mc Neill Whistler.

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Playing online role-playing games was predictive of internalizing problem behavior (including withdrawal and anxiety).

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For each function its material; for each material its form and its ornament." The French painters Maurice Denis, Pierre Bonnard and Édouard Vuillard played an important part in integrating fine arts painting with decoration.

"I believe that before everything a painting must decorate", Denis wrote in 1891. It is by the value of tones, the colored surface and the harmony of lines that I can reach the spirit and wake up the emotions." Another important influence on the new style was Japonism: the wave of enthusiasm for Japanese woodblock printing, particularly the works of Hiroshige, Hokusai, and Utagawa Kunisada which were imported into Europe beginning in the 1870s.

The new movement was also strongly influenced by the Pre-Raphaelite painters, including Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Edward Burne-Jones, and especially by British graphic artists of the 1880s, including Selwyn Image, Heywood Sumner, Walter Crane, Alfred Gilbert, and especially Aubrey Beardsley.