Ever wondered what your taste in art says about you? Bored of looking at your horoscope, doing Buzzfeed quizzes to find out which Friends character you are, and need a new way to learn about yourself? Well we’ve had a guess at your best and worst quality based on your favourite styles. Too harsh? Let us know!
Robert Delaunay, 1912–13, Le Premier Disque
Best: you find beauty in unusual places and are creative.
Worst: you love to be the smartest in the room and are a bit of a show-off.
Frederic Edwin Church, 1859, Heart of the Andes
Best: you are a dreamer and are always focussed on the bigger-picture.
Worst: you aren’t very sociable, and prefer to be alone with your surroundings.
Johannes Vermeer, 1665, Girl with a Pearl Earring
Best: you are a great friend and empath.
Worst: you are a little too obsessed with your looks.
Michaelangelo, 1501-1504, David
Best: you are bold and dance to the beat of your own drum.
Worst: you don’t like to admit when you’re wrong or change your views.
Dorothea Lange, 1937, Broke, Baby Sick, and Car Trouble!
Best: you are fashionable and glamourous.
Worst: you are a wallflower and quite shy.
Andy Warhol, 1968, Campbell’s Soup I
Best: you are energetic and fun to be around.
Worst: you’re a bit too obsessed with your favourite film/TV franchise.
Georgio de Chirico, 1914, The Song of Love
Best: you always have a creative solution to any problem.
Worst: you’re a bit too deep and end up sounding pretentious.