What Artist Painted with His Tongue?

Huang Erh-nan was a well-known painter who lived in Peking, China, during the 1920s.

Most of his work consisted of ink paintings of butterflies and flowers. But what made Erh-nan’s paintings so amazing was that he painted them not with a brush, but with his tongue!

The Chinese artist filled his mouth with black ink, leaned over a piece of silk cloth, and brushed on his designs using his tongue alone!

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