Texture in a painting is the feel of the canvas. It can be based on the paint and its application or addition materials such as ribbon, metal, wood, lace, leather, sand, etc. . . visual and tactile. Texture in painting stimulates two different senses. This makes it a unique element of art. There are 4 types of texture in art: actual texture, simulated texture, abstract texture, and invented texture.
Physical, tangible texture. In Law, tangibility is the attribute of being detectable with the Senses In Criminal law, one of the elements of an Offense of Larceny Something that you can feel with your hand (feathers, rocks, sandpaper). how some thing feel on the paper
(Also known as Implied Texture) Creating the visual effect of texture without actually adding texture.
Texture that does not seem to match the object its connected with so it has the concept of the object translated in textural paterns.
The creative way of adding alternate materials to create an interesting texture.