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A thin but stiff board usually made from paper pulp or sheets of paper, sometimes used as an inexpensive support for paintings. Millboard is a term applied to a relatively stout type. Etty (for his nude studies) and Toulouse-Lautrec are among the artists who have made extensive use of these materials.

Subjects: Bibliography — Art.

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