Your result for What Your Taste in Art Says About You Test...
Extroverted, Progressive, and Intelligent
24 Cubist, -5 Islamic, 3 Ukiyo-e, -19 Impressionist, 2 Abstract and -21 Renaissance!
Cubism was a 20th century avant-garde movement, pioneered by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. It revolutionized European art and inspired changes in music and literature. The first branch of cubism, known as Analytic Cubism. It was both radical and influential as a short but highly significant art movement between 1908 and 1911 mainly in France. In its second phase, Synthetic Cubism, (using synthetic materials in the art) the movement spread and remained vital until around 1919.
People that chose Cubist paintings as their favorite art form tend to be very individualized people. They are more extroverted and less afraid of speaking their opinions then other people. They tend to be progressive and are very forward thinking. As the cubist painting is like looking into a shattered mirror where you can see different angles of the images, the people that prefer these paintings like looking at all angles of a problem. These people are intelligent and they are the transformers of our generation. They look beyond what is seen into what things could become. They are ready to leave the ideas of the past behind and look at what the future has to offer.
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Well I don't know if this is completely accurate (though I do love Cubism in theory and Dada in practice). However I find that, artistically speaking, that I have a proclivity for the lonely vigils of Edward Hoppper, the lush curves of a fine Rubens woman, the frozen moan of Bernini's The Ecstasy of St. Teresa
, the vivid dreamscapes of Max Ernst, the brooding shadows of a de Chirico (Mystery and Melancholy of a Street
being perhaps my favorite interpretation of the Hermit card in the tarot), the miasma of psychic portals that only a fine Rothko can open (meditate long enough on one and see what comes out!) and of course the over-the-top machismo of 50's Men's Adventure magazines and the uber-detailed wide screen superheroic sensibilities of George Perez... who in the space of a single comic book could make me believe superheroes could exist.
Not sure what that would actually say about me though - pretentious, geeky and introspective maybe?