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Lit. nail head-rat tail drawing. Ch: dingtou shuweimiao. 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 (Jp:Ba En ”n‰“; fl.ca.1190-1264) and the artists of the Zhe school 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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