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• Where one subject/shape meets another, there is a wide blurring of the color and/or value from each subject or shape into the other

Such wide softening could be an indication of the artist's vision being clouded by romantic notions, an inability to see clearly as in fog or at night, or it could represent the lack of focus or interest on the part of the artist. Widely softened images might also create a sense that all of the subjects/shapes are interconnected, sharing the same atmosphere.

Featured: Waterloo Bridge, Sunlight in the Fog by Claude Monet.

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