David Galenson on "Old Masters and Young Geniuses"

October 12, 2008

David Galenson teaches Economics at the University of Chicago, but he's also the author of a book called "Old Masters and Young Geniuses: The Two Life Cycles of Artistic Creativity." He talks to Steve Paulson about his theory that most artists are either old masters like Cezanne or young geniuses like Picasso.

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