Texture in painting refers to the look and feel of the canvas. Two types of texture found in art are actual texture and implied texture. Actual texture is a combination of how the painting looks and how it would feel if you could touch it. Implied texture looks as though it would feel a certain way but is an illusion based on how the artist applies the paint. We could call it fake texture.
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