|KEY WORD : art history / paintings|
| Fine, thin bush-strokes employed to depict animal
fur or human hair, especially sideburns, beard, or eyebrows. Strokes of light
and dark ink are drawn over and over, producing a soft, full effect. The brush
used to create this effect is called a mensoufude 面相筆, and has thin, pointed
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