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At What Point In Their Lives Are Great Artists Most Creative?
In a newly published paper, economist P.H. Franses of the Erasmus School of Economics in the Netherlands reports that "painters create their most masterful works (at least as determined by the marketplace) "at the 0.618 fraction of their lives." Pacific Standard 11/25/13
Posted November 25, 2013 09:45 AM

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