Can We Guess Your Anxiety Level By What You See In These Fine Art Paintings?

Your anxiety level is revealed by what your eye falls on in paintings like Cezanne's The Bathers. What do you see?

Valerie Mack
Created by Valerie Mack
On Dec 24, 2015

Where in Monet's Jardin à Sainte-Adresse do you belong?

Which figure do you feel most sorry for in Las Meninas by Diego Velázquez?

Where does your eye keep returning in Botticelli's Primavera?

What color do you notice first in Seurat's A Sunday Afternoon On The Island Of La Grande Jatte?

Study The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Hokusai. How does it make you feel?

What disturbs you the most about Jan Brueghel's The Entry Of The Animals Into Noah's Ark?

Who do you identify with in Renoir's Luncheon of the Boating Party ( Le Déjeuner des Canotiers)?

Choose one word to describe Police Gazette by de Kooning:

What element of Caravaggio's The Calling of Saint Matthew draws you in the most?

And finally, where does your eye fall first on Raphael's School of Athens?

Your anxiety level is non-existent.

Your anxiety level is non-existent.

People wonder why you smile like that. Simple. You don't let anything get you down. You feel nervous from time to time, but you never let your nerves get the better of you. That mysterious smile? It just might be the key to happiness.

Your anxiety level is low.

Your anxiety level is low.

You try not to let things stress you out, and you're usually successful. But when obstacles and annoyances start piling up one after another, you can't help it. Don't fret. No one can smile all the time.

Your anxiety level is medium.

Your anxiety level is medium.

You are no stranger to the sleepless night and panicked thought, but your anxiety doesn't take over your life. In fact, you'd be fine and dandy if you could just stop over-thinking a few things, and let a few other things go. Maybe you could relax by going to an art museum?

Your anxiety level is high.

Your anxiety level is high.

Whoa! You need to find a way to lower your stress because you're a walking silent scream. I'd tell you to sit in a quiet room and contemplate the color blue, but then the quiet would remind you of your own mortality, and the blue would make you think of water, which makes you wonder if you left the water running in your bathroom. Relax. You turned the water off. I think...