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Also kouchakuzai äP’…Ü. Binder, vehicle. A liquid mixed with a pigment *ganryou Šç—¿, to agglutinate the particles, making a paint *enogu ŠG‹ï, in paste form. The binder also adheres the pigment to the picture surface. Painting techniques are classified according to the binder used, for example oil painting uses a drying oil such as linseed oil, while Japanese painting *nihonga “ú–{‰æ, uses a binder of animal glue *nikawa äP.
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