The most important component of the Artist Ranking is the graph displayed in the artists biography. This page explains the graphs and their background in three images.
We have seen that nearly every biography is accompanied by a graph and that the curve displayed in the graph depends on the quality and quantity of the exhibitions of the artist.
The graph consists of two blue lines: a light blue curve and a dark blue diagonal line. The curve plots the artist's rank each year and the straight line indicates a five year trend.
The ranking originates from a list where each artist is displayed in a descending order by points. The artist with the highest points in a particular year will be at the top of the list. This is usually Pablo Picasso followed by Andy Warhol.
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