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He is a gigantic, immense child, with a friendly face and a sad gaze [. . .] His high, dark, extremely intelligent and big eyes rarely hold still. They almost come out of their sockets because of their swollen and protuberant eyelids—like a toad's. They allow his gaze to take in a much wider visual field, as if they were built especially for a painter of large spaces and crowds.