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his technique is TAKING THE THEORIES OF THE IMPRESSIONIST TO THEIR FINAL END. ALSO HE WAS CONCERNED WITH LIGHT AND COLOR BUT WORKED WITH THEM IN A MUCH MORELOGICAL AND STUDIED WAY . HE BUILT UP THECOLORS WITH THOUSANDS OF SMALL DOTS. THE DOTS WERE OF UNIFORM SIZE AND WERE DESINED TO MERGE INTO SHAPES IN THE EYES OF THE PERSON HOLDING IT

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