Table of contents for Artistic capital / David W. Galenson.

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 Preface
Section I: The Life Cycles of Modern Painters: Evidence from Art Historians
 Introduction
Chapter 1:	Quantifying Artistic Success: Ranking French Painters - and - Paintings - from Impressionism to Cubism
	Chapter 2:	Measuring Masters and Masterpieces: French Rankings of French Painters and Paintings from Realism to Surrealism
	Chapter 3:	Was Jackson Pollock the Greatest Modern American Painter? A Quantitative Investigation
	Chapter 4:	The New York School vs. the School of Paris: Who Really Made the Most Important Art After World War II?
Section II: The Life Cycles of Modern Painters: Evidence from Auction Markets
	Introduction
	
	Chapter 5:	The Market Evaluation of Fine Art: The Case of Modern Painting
	Chapter 6: 	The Life Cycles of Modern Artists
Section III: Markets and Artists' Behavior
	Introduction
	Chapter 7:	Masterpieces and Markets: Why the Most Famous Modern Paintings Are Not by American Artists
	Chapter 8:	The Reappearing Masterpiece: Ranking American Artists and Art Works of the Late Twentieth Century
Section IV: Life Cycles of Artistic Creativity: Beyond Painting
	
 Introduction
	Chapter 9:	Literary Life Cycles: Measuring the Careers of Modern American Poets
	Chapter 10:	A Portrait of the Artist as a Young or Old Innovator: Measuring the Careers of Modern Novelists
	Chapter 11:	A Portrait of the Artist as a Very Young or Very Old Innovator: Creativity at the Extremes of the Life Cycle

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.).
Ability, Influence of age on.
Arts, Modern -- 19th century.
Arts, Modern -- 20th century.