Which Style Matches Your Personality?

When you look at a painting, the style of the art you see is more than just how to pull the brush and what shapes we make. Each art style is also an ideology of mind and soul, a way of viewing life through a different lens. In this personality test, we'd like to show you which art style matches your true personality. Let's see what we find...
Does this painting deserve to hang in a museum?
Yes, absolutely!
Not in a million years.
Depends on the museum.
No, but I would hang it in my bedroom.
Would you consider this work of art a masterpiece?
Yes, absolutely!
Not in a million years.
Depends on the artist.
Depends on the substance.
Can you see the girl in this picture?
It's a blur, but I can see the outline of a girl
How would you name this painting?
American Pride
Useless Effort
The Persistence Of Time
Reality Check
The Battle of Seattle
Southern Afternoon
Which of the following paintings is the closest to what you would pick for your house?
Some Pop-Art artists leave speech bubbles intentionally blank. What would you do?
I would put in a remark.
I would leave it blank as well.
I would leave it blank, but use a different color for it.
I hate Pop Art. It's not art.
What would be the best description of this image?
Head of animal
Sex organ
Something else
Nothing at all
What does this image reflect?
How often do you find yourself misunderstood?
Most of the time
Would you prefer to live in the past, the present, or the future?
The past
The present
The future
Art Deco
As an Art-Decoist, you are self-confident and opinionated. You have a remarkable ability to successfully tackle organizational problems, and come up with solid solutions. You are excited by innovation, you value knowledge and competence. Art Deco is an influential visual arts design style that first appeared in France after World War I. It is characterized by rich, vivid colors, bold geometric shapes, and lavish ornamentation.
Classical Realism
As a Classical Realist, You are ethical and self-assured. People find you approachable and dependable. Our guess is that you tend to reject the mainstream. Classical Realism refers to a late-20th-century movement that places a high value upon skill and beauty. It exhibits a preference for order, beauty, harmony and completeness, and its primary subject matter comes from the representation of nature based on the artist's observation.
As an expressionist, you are generous, compassionate, and family-oriented. You are honest and trusting, and often try to please others. You dislike disagreements and believe in God. Expressionism's typical trait is to present the world solely from a subjective perspective, distorting it radically for emotional effect in order to evoke moods or ideas. Expressionist artists sought to express meaning or emotional experience rather than physical reality.
Urban art
You have a free spirit. You appreciate unsanctioned artwork executed outside of the context of traditional art venues. You choose the streets as your gallery, and refuse to be restricted or confined. You are experimental and open-minded, and most likely a philosophical problem solver.
Romanticism actually emphasizes intense emotion, such as awe, apprehension, and horror, as a source of aesthetic experience. As a Romanticist, you are self-possessed and conscientious. You can be depended on to follow through. You are stable and realistic, and value security and tradition. You are extremely methodical, and you carry a rich inner world of observations about society.
Pop Art
As a Pop Artist, you're a rebel. You are imaginative, creative, and intellectually quick. You live for the moment, love new experiences, and dislike theory and impersonal interaction. As it emerged, Pop Art presented a challenge to traditions of fine art by including imagery from popular culture such as advertising and news.
As a Realist, you are interested in how and why things work. You have remarkable skills when it comes to technology; you stick to a mission until it's done; and you're very intuitive about people. Realism represents subject matter truthfully, avoiding implausible, exotic, or supernatural elements.
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