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The First Thing You See In This Classic Painting Reveals The Truth About Your Personality

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Sure, we've all seen this iconic painting, but have you ever really paid attention to it? There is so much going on at once that it takes a long time to actually absorb it all. In all honesty, you'll see something new every time you look at it.    

However, it's the thing that you see first, the part of the picture that catches your eye the most right as you look at it that is the most important. It can actually reveal a lot about who you are as a person. So take one more good look at this picture and then scroll down to find the part of the image you saw first to see what it says about you.

Georges Seurat

1. Man in a top hat and his lounging friends

Georges Seurat

If you first noticed this little group on the left side of lawn, that means your a dreamer who is always curious and looking for answers. You won't stop until you find them.

2. Black dog sniffing the grass

You are sweet, energetic and social. You throw a party better than anyone else and your positive attitude makes all your friends feel better when they are down.

3. Small dog and a monkey playing

Georges Seurat

You are creative and unpredictable. You never do what is expected of you and your ability to think fast has helped you in many situations.

4. Woman with parasol and girl with flowers

Georges Seurat

You have a calm and polite nature, and you have strong family values. Tradition is important to you and you always make sure to spend time with the people you love.

5. Mother and daughter

Georges Seurat

You are witty and ambitious, and everyone knows that you are always the first to volunteer for a task, even when it's not the most exciting thing to do.

6. People by the shore

Georges Seurat

You are extremely adventurous and want nothing more than to travel the world. You are focused on achieving your goals and won't give up.

Those aren't the only people in the picture...

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