The laws of art are eternal and don’t change at all, as the moral laws don’t change in human beings. (in discussion with Franz Marc who demanded in 'Der Blaue Reiter' around 1912 a new art, in relation to its own - changing - time).
Ironically, Beck never did respond to Marc Randazza's motion for a stipulation that the panel would have to apply American law in deciding the case, but it didn't matter. He never really had a case even under the standards applicable by this international tribunal.
Under his (Marc Chagall, ed.) sole impulse metaphor made its triumphal entry into modern painting.andré breton
Helen! Helen! I'm afraid! [ Helen: No, Marc! ] And I'm glad I'm afraid!