My results were:
Conscientious, Fulfilled, and Spiritual
28 Renaissance, 9 Ukiyo-e, 4 Islamic, -28 Cubist, -33 Abstract, 0 Impressionist
People that like Renaissance paintings like things that are more challenging. They tend to have a high emotional stability. They also tend to be more concientious then average. They have a basic understanding of human nature and therefore are not easily surprised by anything that people may do. They enjoy life and enjoy living. They are very aware of their own mortality but do not dwell on the end but what they are doing in the present. They enjoy learning, but may tend to be a bit more closed minded to new ideas as they feel that the viewpoint they have has been well researched and considered. These people are more old fashioned and not quite as progressive. They enjoy the finer things in life like comfort, a good meal, and homelife. They tend to be more spiritual or religious by nature. They are open to new aesthetic experiences.
No I don't really agree with this.
There were times when there were two really good pieces of art and I had to choose one so I chose Renaissance as a default... I hate Impressionist paintings because I like my art to be crisp and clear, and I dislike really abstract art because I want to know what I'm looking at (sorry, Picasso. Your fugly *** women don't inspire me). I'm also not spiritual and I don't necessarily "enjoy" living. I dwell on the end A LOT; I do focus on the present but that's only because I have Asperger's Syndrome and ADD and time is not a concrete concept in my head: It can't comprehend time passing very well, so 10 minutes feels like 3 minutes, an hour seems like 5 minutes, 45 minutes feels like an hour. Probably why I'm not good at math or doing things on time, LOL
I DO NOT have emotional stability. I am either depressed, excessively giddy, melancholy, irritated at nothing, or apathetic. I need to take Zoloft so I won't go off the deep end and hang myself or stab someone (I'm serious).
I AM interested in human nature and am fascinated by it, as well as peoples' motives. Once I learn about why people do this and their inner machinations that led them to say/think/do this or that, it because obvious to me in the future, yet a little dismaying because you'd think they'd learn from their or other peoples' mistakes when they did the same thing or were in a similar situation.
I DO love learning, and lately I have been closing off my mind quite a bit from new ideas. But that's only because that up until now I've been so liberal and open-minded that my thoughts haven't been my own but someone else's. I have the ability to consider every view point of anyone, whether philosopher, politician, terrorist, or asshole. It's very annoying to sympathize with people who are clearly intolerant, racist, or just plain crazy. So that's why I guess I'm shutting off my "empathy" switch so that I don't completely **** up my head before heading out into the real world. I need to find what my core beliefs are and stick to them or I'll go crazy from confusion and cognitive dissonance.
I'm liberal at times, and old-fashioned at other times. I'm Pro-Abortion, Pro-Death Penalty, and pretty much a Democrat, but a weird, out-there Democrat that is willing to put restrictions on people from doing stupid ****. I do NOT trust local governments to do anything properly, though, since the average American is pretty stupid (not saying politicians aren't stupid, but Jesus, there are some bumfucks as mayor or governor of their town or state.)
So all in all, this was probably 15% accurate :|