21 Color Palettes for 2017

Looking for how to draw in collectors?  Create a piece that complements their home's colors.  Presenting the top home color palettes for 2017---

8 Artists Who "Made It" Later in Life

Grandma Moses (70s) - Janet Fitch (39) - Mark Twain (40) - Millard Kaufman (90) - Louise Bourgeois (70s) - Noah Purifoy (72) - Paul Cezanne (50s) - Toni Morrison (40)

10 Richest Living Artists Today

10.  George Baselitz ($20 million)

(image from Ideel Art)

(image from Ideel Art)

9. Chuck Close ($25 million)

(image from TES)

(image from TES)

8. Cindy Sherman ($35 million)

(image from Artsy.Net)---"Untitled 96" sold for $3,890,000

(image from Artsy.Net)---"Untitled 96" sold for $3,890,000

7. Gerhard Richter ($40 million)

(image from ArtNet)

(image from ArtNet)

6. Anish Kapoor ($85 million)

(image from Getty Images)

(image from Getty Images)

5. Andrew Vicari ($142 million)

(image from BBC)

(image from BBC)

4. David Choe ($200 million)

(image from ABC News)

(image from ABC News)

3. Jasper Johns ($300 milion)

(image from Widewalls)

(image from Widewalls)

2. Jeff Koons ($500 million)

(image from Observer)

(image from Observer)

1. Damien Hirst ($1 billion)

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(image from CNN)

5 Artists Who "Watched the Clock"

1. ERNEST HEMINGWAY

(image from CNBC) ERNEST HEMINGWAY:  Said to have woken up at 5 am daily (no matter how late into the night he drank whiskey) and go 'til noon

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ERNEST HEMINGWAY:  Said to have woken up at 5 am daily (no matter how late into the night he drank whiskey) and go 'til noon

2. PABLO PICASSO

(image from ShairArt) PABLO PICASSO:   A contemporary of Hemingway's (who definitely had a few women in common with the great writer of the times), Picasso was the opposite of his friend and a proven night-owl who would lock himself in his studio from 2 pm til dusk.

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PABLO PICASSO:   A contemporary of Hemingway's (who definitely had a few women in common with the great writer of the times), Picasso was the opposite of his friend and a proven night-owl who would lock himself in his studio from 2 pm til dusk.

3. CHARLES DARWIN

(image from Wikipedia) CHARLES DARWIN:   Rose at 8 am, had breakfast and a short walk. Focused on work for 90 minutes.

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CHARLES DARWIN:   Rose at 8 am, had breakfast and a short walk. Focused on work for 90 minutes.

4. TWYLA THARP

(image from Academy of Achievement) TWYLA THARP:   Woke up every morning at 5:30 am and took a cab to her gym.

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TWYLA THARP:   Woke up every morning at 5:30 am and took a cab to her gym.

5. FRIEDRICH NIETZCHE

(image from bio.com) FRIEDRICH NIETZCHE:   Went for 2 hour walks every morning and after lunch.  Felt he cheated if he didn't do the full 120 minutes.

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FRIEDRICH NIETZCHE:   Went for 2 hour walks every morning and after lunch.  Felt he cheated if he didn't do the full 120 minutes.