Clock Watching Artists

Feature

Saturday, February 21, 2004

Many writers, musicians, and artists got their start in the office — the British novelist Anthony Trollope worked for the postal service and composer Charles Ives was a full-time insurance agent. Judith Kampfner looked into the workaday lives of some of these artists and how it fuels their creativity outside the office.

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Judith Kampfner

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