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Does An Artist's Mood Help Determine The Value Of Their Work?

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A new study from Brandeis University finds artwork created by artists when they are unhappy is valued at less than their other artistic works. 

Stuart Holman delves into this study with one of the authors, Kathryn Graddy, a professor at Brandeis with an interest in the economics of art.