viscousness


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viscousness

viscosity.
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She was there to honor the life of her 6-year-old boy, Sev'n, killed by a man wielding a meat cleaver in an assault that shook the community to its core for its sheer viscousness.
In relation (1) and (2) are also noted [micro]--used oil viscousness, and with [k.
Not only are there real likenesses of composition and palette in the tipped, compressed space and smoky, brooding hues of both painters' work, but also both Beckmann and Braque make their delight in paint as a seductive, intensely physical substance an important part of what their pictures are about; their still lifes are as much celebrations of their pleasure in the responsive viscousness of oil paint as they are images of quotidian objects.