Fashion rules over for women. And when we speak of fashion, it does not matter if we talk about what is hip from elegantly classic. Of whatever you describe it, it is but womans art. Their style is their true sense of art. Even those that you see who are not anymore pleasing to the eyes will just wake up one day to feel like dressing-up. The mood may want for some hotness or just plainly chic.
This applies the same for their choice of wall painting, just in case investing is not an issue but expression and aesthetics alone. Womans choice of art speaks of her taste and true style. Others may want it abstract with depth of expression embedded to it while others want to see a vivid figure as a subject that is somehow related to her situation, or if not to her personality or story. There are wall paintings that look cool while many will look deep, very expressive, and very meaningful. Along with these, there are those that look chic, preppy, pretty, and nice. A highly elegant looking woman will not choose a chic wall painting. An art that looks cute in one glance is not in any way appealing to her. She would not want it masculine rather like that of the dark arts of rock and rollers. She wants it with value, expressive, yet with a very fine touch of femininity. Nature appeals to her and so is aesthetically created women figures.
On the other hand, nice pretty and chic girls might like butterflies and rose petals in dainty colors. They would love figures in preppy clothes or even a rural setting genre of fishing and farming painted in baby colors. Overall, the key is it looks cute and pretty in one glance. Cool ones on the other hand might want it red and black in contrasting colors. Surely it will be more abstract and contemporary. And as that of the cultural, Asian Art in general is the best for them.
These preferences, however, will vary depending on womans mood which goes the same on how they dress up in a daily basis. We see them very cool and casual today but will just surprise us of being sophisticated the next day. This applies for their wall painting, as well. Their kind of purchase would depend on the mood they had on the day the art was bought. And generally speaking of it, womens mood changes from minutes to minutes which lead buying to require long hours of decision before choosing rather than being a compulsive buyer that will just prompt them to return the art the next day in replacement for a new one.