Older generations dating and courting
Ignacio Zuloaga y Zabaleta was born in a small town of Eibar (the province of Gipuzkoa, in the Basque Country of Spain), in the 16th century palacio, a family home for generations.
As a young man he visited Madrid and after haunting the Prado for days, he begged his father to buy him paints and brushes.
At 19, he traveled to Rome where he spent his time in the ateliers of the Via Margutta and nearby trattorias.
Several months later, he left for Paris where he made his home in Montmartre like many aspiring young painters and lived there for 5 years.
Meating with no success Zuloaga leaves for London and in a while for Spain - he set up a studio in Sevilla.
In short, it soon became apparent that a new stage of life — the phase — was becoming a reality in America.
Furthermore, Americans were realizing the potential of a longer education, and states were adding more years to their compulsory schooling laws.
As a result, a larger number of teenagers were thrown into a common space than ever before.
Dating was removed from the watchful eyes of anxious parents.
Teenagers were given privacy, and a sexual revolution swept America.