A collection of more than 130 abstract or minimalist paintings, doodles and drawings by Dallys rendered in black, white and various shades of grays. The impressionist masters were the first to understand that visual art could go beyond a mere attempt to perfectly represent what the eye can see. Neo-impressionists artists adhere to that same philosophy. Most of the drawings and paintings were not initially meant to be published, but now they are. The book only presents the visual art works. For background information, techniques and other commentary, refer to a separate volume published in prose for that.