The contours of the Doge’s Palace are clearly outlined, while the other buildings on the Grand Canal and Saint Mark’s Campanile are veiled in mist. The mooring posts on the right, known as pali, intensify the impression of depth in the work. With its atmospheric gradations of color, the picture space is reminiscent of William Turner’s paintings, which Claude Monet studied in London.


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