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Ch: dingtou shuweimiao. Lit. nail head-rat tail drawing. A brush stroke technique used to create the clothing of figures in Japanese ink painting. The beginning of the stroke looked like the head of a nail and gradually diminished into a long thin line like the tail of a rat. This brush style is said to date back to the Five dynasties period, although it is most commonly associated with paintings of the Southern Song academy painter Ma Yuan ”n‰“ (Jp:Ba En; fl.ca.1190-1264) and the artists of the Zhe school (Jp: Seppa Ÿ´”h) in the Ming dynasty. It is one of the 18 types of figural portrayal *jinbutsu juuhachibyou l•¨\”ª•`.
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