charcoal-paper love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An uncalendered paper with a soft texture and a tooth, used in charcoal-drawing. It is made in various tints.

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Examples

  • Swathing the entire room, including the ceiling, with woven grasscloth backed by charcoal-paper makes the space feel less flat and gives it substance.

    Thom Filicia Style

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