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Mossotti's landscape paintings tend to move with agile footsteps from location to location. The abstractive behavior of motion is used as a perception of outside forces. The product of this function is fundamental to achieving what he calls his three laws of motion within artwork. Implied motion is designed to give depth to an image by removing its stagnate stigmata. Everything we know of is in a constant state of motion, natural forces, time and action. Emotion targets the motion of the veiwer or audience, the response. Lastly, on a compostional level, positioning subject matter within the work to explicitly direct the movement of people's eyes. If this is done correctly, a person should never feel lost, bored or that on a subconscious level they are being led away from the content of the artwork.