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What are your art style preferences?

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    Your preference scores for eight major premodern western artistic styles are below.

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    You showed a preference for work in the Romantic style (17.9% of people who have taken this test have shared your preference).
     
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    My post-impressionism score would be a little higher, if Starry Night were in the test.
     
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    Wow, that piqued my interest in art. I tended to be drawn to highly detailed works that capture a real feeling or essence. I definitely loved the sharp colour in the Romantic works.
     
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    You showed a preference for work in the Rococo style (15.3% of people who have taken this test have shared your preference).
     
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    If you were to google "Polish Folk Art", that is what really appeals to me.
     
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    Romanticism and Impressionism. Faves of classical music as well.
     
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    You showed a preference for work in the Baroque style (8.3% of people who have taken this test have shared your preference)

    I don't know what that means....but I look forward to reading about it :) lol
     
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    Interesting.

    My daughter was sitting next to me during the test, I really enjoyed asking her opinion and why she liked what she liked.

    I got equally expressionism and impressionism. Pretty accurate.

    I just discovered Hieronymus Bosch today - fascinating. I was disappointed that I didn't know more when I visited the Prado. I loved looking at Goya's work - the chronological arrangement and the visual descent into madness is terrifying.

    I feel like there must be something a little off about me that I like Bosch and Goya (and Dali) so much.
     
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