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No Labels #086

Statement: Salvador Dalí and his contribution to the history of art is a perfect example for highlighting the fact that abnormality is not necessarily disagreeable – or to be so readily dismissed as a sign of neurological disease. For without his instability, Dalí may not have created the great art that he did.

No Labels #133

Statement: Vincent Van Gogh, his paintings being celebrated as some of the most influential art of all time, was combating frequent episodes of depression and paralysing anxiety. His art was his therapy and he found an unflinching sense of purpose through his painting, seeing his psychological struggles as his artistic truth.