It’s amazing how small things about your preferences can give a significant insight into your personality. If your choices on products like milk and your kids’ literature can indicate personal behaviors, then it’s possible that your favorite artwork will reveal more. And this is what compelled us to dive into a thorough investigation on the various character traits revealed by your most cherished master pieces. For now, it’s safe to say that a picture carries a few revelatory aspects into your character.
“The Kiss” by Gustav Klimt
If you fall for this, it’s likely that you have a romantic personality and your highest dreams involve traveling the world. You also like fine foods and you have dreamt of falling madly in love with a celebrity opera singer. On the other side, maybe you are accustomed to gold and other shiny objects and it’s likely that you had several posters in your college dorm.
“Starry Night” by Vincent Van Gogh
People that are captivated by this masterpiece are most likely to be intellectuals who enjoy staring at the stars. For a long time, you find the term introvert overused to describe your personality. Depending on where you are in life, you may be involved in some unrequited love pursuit. Surprisingly, the love object in question may be a sunflower.
The Scream by Edvard Munch
Every time you hear the phrase “laid back” you definitely know it can be used to describe your personality. In most instances, you are toiling at night trying to finish pending work. As a result, you constantly complain to people close to you that you are too busy and overworked. Are you trying to make the face to validate the claim?
Any of Frida Kahlo’s portraits
You are definitely the extravagant type, your voice is dominant and you have an impetuous attitude. Unlike the average person, you are more prone to challenging the status quo. If you were to decide which pet to acquire, it’s likely that you’ll settle for a monkey.
Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci
You have studied the literature that makes most artwork very sensational and most likely, you’ve tried to think through Mona Lisa mystery. Because of your quest, you can’t help but take long gazes at the portrait. By now you are already convinced about the mysticism around this topic.
The Dust Heads by Jean Michel
You are not sheepish and mainstream stuff doesn’t fascinate you. You have earned a reputation for your deep knowledge in anything other than mainstream. When friends want some insight on alternatives, you top the list for potential consultants. And in almost all choices, it’s likely you’ll do your best to avoid the common man’s choice.
The Pink Tulip by Georgia O’Keeffe
If you were to spend some time away from civilization, you’d bet on a few good books, refreshing tea and classical music. With these things, it’s likely that comfort will not be hard to find. In the absence of these items, then a painting will come in handy.
Number 19 by Justin Pollock
When caught up in chaos, you just know how to make the most of it and thrive despite the outside appearances. When driving, you are undistracted by eating and actually enjoy it. Funny enough, you also like reading magazines and newspapers from the back page. When in the house, it feels boring and uneasy when there isn’t any clutter lying around. You can’t live in a room without a significant layer of clutter without getting nervous, can you?
“The Persistence of Memory” by Salvador Dali
You dwell on your memories too much. You can’t help but keep sharing the dreams you’ve had at night. Surprisingly, they are also very vivid and you like when they are horrific sometimes. Maybe it’s because it gives you an edge to captivate your friends with vivid and interesting narratives. You are pretty good at keeping every detail of a memory and narrating it helps you keep it alive.
“The garden of earthly delights” by Hieronymus Bosch
It’s likely that you are always the odd one out and you are not afraid to stand out in a crowd. In short, people can use different words to describe you because you are not a common personality. But you care less and in most instances, you like it that way.