Maybe this one should not be viewed in FullView first. Since FullView is my default, I was like "Eww, what's that??" But the small view looks good and now that you have been warned, you may try the FullView, too ;D
I do. But... How can I put it... these chunky strokes "stand out" very much. Somewhat like using thumbnail images to build up a huge picture - no, that's too exaggerated. Like pointillism? Hm, no. When working with oil paint and a brush, you usually don't paint totally contrasting colors on top of each other so that every single stroke clearly shows. You either use the strokes to create edges or you do some blending to create smooth surfaces. Hm. That's still not it.
I admit that I cannot explain what I mean. For me, these chunky strokes in the FullView "dominate" the visual impression so that the "Davy Jones"-meaning goes "into the background". Not exactly like the effect of pointillism but similar, e.g: [link] - if you are too near, it's hard to recognize the overall meaning of the image.