I would NEVER argue that fine art is geared towards N types. I think if any sort of division were to be made, it would be in the types of art S's and N's tend to engage in.
For example, representational art seems geared more towards sensors in that it is characterized by precise detail in shape, chiaroscuro, and proportion. I would NEVER imagine being able to do anything like that, though I'm sure there are N's that can and do. In fact, I admire people who can more than I can put into words.
I think that there are apparent N "movements" in art; particularly the movements that are a sort of protest against the academic art style that used to be considered "superior". Impressionism comes to mind.
Picasso would be an interesting person to type, in my opinion. He was amazing at both cubism (which seems to have a more "N" flavor) and representational art (his First Communion, for example).
I'm not an artist, an art/art history major, or anything like that. I am actually taking my first Art class ("Introduction to the Visual Arts") ever this semester in college, and I have been soaking it all up. It is much more interesting than I ever imagined. This is all just my interpretation of what I've learned.