Venus in Virgo

Venus as a Virgo in a painting

Venus in Virgo


Discriminating taste, Practical romance, Attentive lover, Modest approach, Selective, Analytical, Reserved affection, Perfectionist, Helpful partner

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The Basics

Venus is all about your style of expressing love and your attitude towards money, things of value, and art.

Virgo signifies organization, efficiency, attention to detail, and practicality.

With Venus in Virgo, you approach love with a discriminating and practical mind. You tend to be reserved and modest in expressing affection, but when you do, you are attentive and devoted to your partner's needs. You have a strong desire for order and cleanliness in your romantic life, and you tend to analyze and evaluate every aspect of a potential partner before committing. This can make it challenging for you to find a partner who meets all your expectations, but once you do, you are a helpful and reliable partner.

You have a refined taste and appreciate the finer things in life, but you are also practical and value efficiency over extravagance. You are likely to be a hard worker and expect the same level of dedication from your partner. You may have a tendency to worry about small details and be critical of imperfections in your partner, but you also have a talent for solving problems and finding practical solutions.

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Dating Venus in Virgo:

While we all are more complex than a single Sign placement, there's plenty to glean from from the Venus position in what feeds your desires.

As a Venus in Virgo, you enjoy simple pleasures and appreciate thoughtful gestures. A thoughtful date that shows that your partner has taken the time to plan and consider your preferences will impress you. You're not one for grand romantic gestures, but you'll appreciate a partner who is attentive and considerate.

A perfect date for you could be a picnic in a well-maintained park or a visit to an art exhibit or museum. You might also enjoy a hike in nature, followed by a healthy meal at a farm-to-table restaurant. You like to keep things simple, yet refined, and you appreciate quality over quantity.

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Venus in Virgo & Money:

You're practical and meticulous with money and tend to save for a rainy day. You're not likely to overspend or make impulsive purchases.

You appreciate quality over quantity and are willing to pay a premium for well-made, long-lasting items. You may also have a talent for finding bargains and enjoy the process of searching for the best deal.


("Birds", by Midjourney AI, in the style of Audubon)

 Your preference for Art:

With Venus in Virgo, you're attracted to art that is meticulous, refined, and shows attention to detail. You appreciate pieces that are practical, useful, and serve a purpose beyond just aesthetic value.

You tend to prefer understated elegance over flashy, ostentatious displays. 

Here are some artists whose work might align with your Venus in Virgo tastes:

  1. Jan van Eyck - A Flemish painter active in the 15th century, van Eyck is one of the early innovators of what became known as Early Netherlandish painting, and one of the most significant representatives of Early Northern Renaissance art. His attention to detail and the realism in his work might appeal to your Virgo sensibilities.

  2. Johannes Vermeer - A Dutch Baroque Period painter who specialized in domestic interior scenes of middle-class life. His careful and detailed approach to light and color could resonate with your appreciation for subtlety and precision.

  3. Albrecht Dürer - A German painter, printmaker, and theorist from the German Renaissance. Known for his high-detail drawings and prints, his intricate works might captivate your Venus in Virgo love for detailed and meticulous art.

  4. Andrew Wyeth - A visual artist primarily classified as a realist, Wyeth's works often depict the people and landscapes of his native rural Pennsylvania and coastal Maine. His attention to the subtle details of rural life and nature might align well with your appreciation for simplicity and precision.

  5. Audubon - A Franco-American ornithologist, naturalist, and painter, Audubon was notable for his studies to document all types of American birds and for his detailed illustrations that depicted the birds in their natural habitats. His meticulous and detailed approach to his bird illustrations might resonate with your Venus in Virgo tastes.

  6. M. C. Escher - A Dutch graphic artist known for his mathematically-inspired works, which feature intricate architectural designs, tessellations, and impossible objects. His precise, detailed, and often mind-bending work might appeal to your Venus in Virgo sensibilities.

  7. Katsushika Hokusai - A Japanese artist from the Edo period known for his ukiyo-e paintings and woodblock prints. His detailed depictions of the Japanese landscape, particularly in his series Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji, might resonate with your appreciation for precision and nature.

  8. Carl Larsson - A Swedish painter representative of the Arts and Crafts movement. His paintings and watercolors often depicted his own idyllic family life, which might align well with your Virgo love for simplicity and the everyday.

  9. Grant Wood - An American painter best known for his paintings depicting the rural American Midwest, particularly his painting American Gothic. His meticulous depiction of rural life could resonate with your Venus in Virgo preferences.

  10. Annie Leibovitz - An American portrait photographer renowned for her meticulous approach and her ability to reveal the inner lives of her subjects. Her attention to detail and her focus on the individual might align with your Virgo tastes.


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Ben has practiced Astrology for over 35 years and is a certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (CBT) Practitioner. Ben holds 11 patents for the core functions that all dating sites now use today.  See Ben's Bio for more info.