Romantic Poetry was one branch of the Romantic movement. The first generation of romantic poets (1798) were primarily Coleridge, Blake Scott and Wordsworth. The second generation was at its culmination in the 1820s, with poets such as Shelley, Byron and Keats. The movement showed a re-kindling of the Gothic, Medieval art, and the idea that nature is the ultimate highground for moral learning. The ballad form was re-introduced, and the poems often took their form from fairy tales and folk songs. Poets were enjoying writing for themselves rather than senior nobility, and later they were the source of inspiration for the Pre-Raphaelite Painters.