Which Famous Painter Were You In A Past Life?
Which famous painter were you in a past life? Were you a painting during the Renaissance, or did you have a hand in creating popular pop culture art? Take this quiz to find out!
START THE QUIZ!
When were you born?
What is your gender?
Are you a painter in real life?
No, but I am creative in other ways
Do you ever take selfies?
Yes, all the time
You are at an art aution. Would you rather by something realistic or surreal?
A mix of both
You have the ability to paint whatever you want! What will you spend most of your time painting?
Myself or other people
Which of these artisti things would you want to try?
Drawing with charcoal
Are you passionate in your hobbies?
No, but I am passionate in other areas of my life
Would you rather be famous during life or after death?
Would you paint on commission?
It would depend on what needed to be painted
Frida Kahlo was a female painter who lived in the 1900's. She is known for her passionate art and her even more passionate lifestyle. She used some surrealism in her paintings, but liked to focus on self-portraits. In a way, you are like her.
Andy Warhol was known for his pop culture art. He painted simple, but beautiful works of art. Some of his famous pictures are portraits of Marilyn Monroe and the Cambell's soup can. He made something beautiful out of something ordinary, just like you can do.
Michelangelo was a famous Renaissance painter who lived in the 1500's. He is famous for painting the ceiling in the Sistine Capel, sculpting the famous statue of David, and painting the Creation of Adam. He saw beauty in stone and brought it to life. He had an amazing imagination, like you.
Salvador Dali lived in the 1900's. He was known for his surrealist style of painting. He saw things differently than others, which helped him to stand out. Like this famous painter, you always know how to make yourself stand out.
Rosalba Carriera was a female painter who lived in the 1600-1700's. She specialized in working with pastels. She painted mostly beautiful portraits of people. She liked to draw people in soft lighting. It is likely that she saw the best in everyone, like you.