facture

noun fac·ture \ ˈfak-chər \
Updated on: 28 Feb 2018

Definition of facture

: the manner in which something (such as a painting) is made

Origin and Etymology of facture

Middle English, "manner of making, shape," borrowed from Anglo-French, borrowed from Latin factūra "working (of metal), make, fashion," from factus (past participle of facere "to make, do") + -ūra -ure — more at fact


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