Tarashikomi (meaning `dripping in`) is a Japanese painting technique, in which a second layer of paint is applied before the first layer is dry. This effect creates a dripping form for fine details such as ripples in water or flower petals on a tree. Japanese paintings in the past were usually done on paper (or silk) with watercolors. The painti.....
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(from the article `arts, East Asian`) ...(1883–1957), and Hayami Gyosh (1894–1935), employed an eclectic assortment of earlier Japanese painting techniques. At Okakura`s suggestion he ...
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