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Canvas as a painting surface is a heavy-duty fabric usually made of white cotton. The fabric is stretched across a wooden frame and protected from decay with a layer of gesso avoiding direct contact of oil or acrylic with the canvas fibers.

A painting executed on such fabric is called "a canvas".

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Henri Matisse, The Painting Lesson.

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