Collage (noun)

  1. A picture or design made by sticking cut-out pieces of paper, fabric, or other materials onto a flat surface.
  2. A technique of making a picture or design by sticking cut-out pieces of material onto a flat surface.

Origin:

Early 20th century: from french, literally "gluing", based on coller "to glue".

Examples:

  1. The artist created a collage using pieces of paper from old magazines.
  2. The collage was a creative expression of the artist's imagination.
  3. The collage was a mix of different textures and colors.
  4. The collage was mounted on a canvas to preserve it.
  5. The collage was a unique form of art that combined different materials.
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