However equal and regular these works are at first sight, they are abrupt, irregular and contradictory in the spectator’s attempts to summarize visual impressions in a norm. The regularities of the pictorial irregularities and the objective multiplication of color flows, of subjective effect, produce rather paradoxical impressions and incessant irritation. The repetition of the apparently unrepeatable also contains, as the artist himself has stressed, elements of humor and irony. He even pointed out that the source of inspiration for his paintings was Dadaism. In fact, the breakdown of the harmonic picture and the unpredictable and non-systematic combination of contradictory operations are comparable.