Which Famous 20th Century Artist Would Be Your Perfect Hook-Up?

Let's see which famous 20th century artist would be your ideal partner if they were still alive and kicking today.

LaurenBuzz
Created By LaurenBuzz
On Nov 4, 2015

How do you see the world?

What attracts you most in a partner?

Where would you like to go on a first date?

What is the worst quality for you in a guy?

Which artistic muse is your idol?

How would your ideal partner ask you to marry you?

Which iconic couple are your favourite?

Where would you go on holiday with your ideal partner?

How would your ideal partner dress?

Picasso

Picasso

Your ideal soulmate would be Pablo Picasso. You love a rebel thinker and someone who stays true to his art. You see the world in an abstract way and understand how important political thought is in the world. You find intelligence sexy and you'd want to become one of Picasso's many muses. You'd thrive in his attention, being his goddess - not his doormat.

Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol

You’re drawn to the mysterious silent type, preferring a man who lets you dazzle rather than overpower you with his own personality and presence. You love the attention of creative men, and like to consider yourself as their partner in all things, not only romantically. This is because you’re creatively driven yourself, and you exercise that creativity in every part of your life, from your clothes to your habits. You end up in the kind of relationships that people love to gossip about, so Andy Warhol would be perfect for you if he were still waltzing around taking the art world by storm and creating controversy.

Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali

You see the world in a different way and love challenging boundaries, so Salvador Dali would be perfect for you. You’d spend your time bouncing around the world discovering new cultures and ways of life. Intellectual and political, you appreciate a man who is quirky and breaks the rules. You thrive in a relationship with a man who forces you to expand your horizons and test your limits, so Salavador’s the man for you.