Some Edges Lost  

 Some Edges Lost  

 Some Edges Lost  

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• Portions of subjects/shapes that abut one another have the same value/color in certain places and no edge is defined at these places

Where edges are lost, the same value and color carries over from one subject/shape to the next. Allowing some edges to be lost, an artist can create a sense of mystery in an image or can indicated a connectedness of subjects/shapes.

Featured: William M. Chase, N. A. by John Singer Sargent.

 Some Edges Lost  

 Some Edges Lost  

 Some Edges Lost