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Painting - the act or art of using paint to produce pictures
Canvas - a piece of canvas used for painting on; a painting done on a piece of canvas, using oil paints
Brush - an object made of short stiff hairs (called bristles) or wires set in a block of wood or plastic, usually attached to a handle. Brushes are used for many different jobs, such as cleaning, painting and tidying your hair
Shade - a particular form of a colour, that is, how dark or light it is
Mix - to prepare something by combining two or more different substances
Touch - a small detail that is added to something in order to improve it or make it complete
Background - the part of a picture, photograph or view behind the main objects, people, etc.
Blur -if the shape or outline of something blurs, or if something blurs it, it becomes less clear and sharp
Draw - to make pictures, or a picture of something, with a pencil, pen or (but not paint)
Shape -the form of the outer edges or surfaces of something; an example of something that has a particular form
Shadow -the dark shape that somebody/something’s form makes on a surface, for example on the ground, when they are between the light and the surface




Definition o Painting from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [
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Definition of Canvas from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [
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Definition of Brush from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [
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Definition of Shade from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [
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Definition of Mix from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [
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Definition ofTouch from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [
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Definition of Background from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [
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Definition of Blur from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [
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Definition of Draw from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [
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Definition of Shape from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [
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Definition ofShadow from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [
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Definition of Shape from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [
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