listen to the pronunciation of collage
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kolaj tekniğiyle yapılmış resim
kolaj resim

Annen kolaj resmini en üst çekmeceye koydu. - Your mother put your collage in the top drawer.

Benim kolaj için pirinç kullanacağım. - I'm going to use rice for my collage.

Englisch - Englisch
A composite object or collection (abstract or concrete) created by the assemblage of diverse things; especially for a work of art such as text, film, etc
A picture made by sticking other pictures onto a surface
To make into a collage
The technique of producing such a work of art that is a collage
any collection of diverse things; "a collage of memories
A technique in which pictorial images or patterns and pieces of colored, textured material are superimposed onto each other
The technique of creating a pictorial composition in two dimensions or very low relief by gluing paper, fabrics, or any natural or manufactured materials to a canvas or panel
Artwork created by securing pieces of paper, fabric or other materials onto a substrate Though basically two-dimensional, it may have a sculptural effect
An artistic composition made of various materials (e g , paper, cloth, or wood) glued on a surface
A French term meaning "gluing;" it refers to works of art that are an assembled from cut papers and/or found objects which are arranged in a composition and glued together
A print with elements adhered to the surface or incorporated by photographic transfer, stamping, inking, or methods top
A composition made of cut and pasted scraps of materials, sometimes with lines or forms added by the artist
A work made by pasting various scraps or pieces of material -- cloth, paper, photographs -- onto the surface of the composition
Collage is the method of making pictures by sticking pieces of coloured paper and cloth onto paper. (from French coller, "to glue") Pictorial technique of applying printed or found materials (e.g., newspaper, fabric, wallpaper) to a flat surface, often in combination with painting. Long popular as a pastime for children and amateurs, it was first given serious attention as an art technique by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque in 1912-13. Many other 20th-century artists produced collages, including Juan Gris, Henri Matisse, Joseph Cornell, and Max Ernst. In the 1960s collage was employed as a major form of Pop art, exemplified in the work of Robert Rauschenberg
A composition produced by pasting together disparate objects such as train tickets, newspaper clippings, or textiles Compare assemblage, montage
A collage is a picture that has been made by sticking pieces of coloured paper and cloth onto paper
any collection of diverse things; "a collage of memories"
A pictorial technique in which the artist creates the image, or a portion of it by adhering real materials that possess actual textures to the picture-plane surface, often combining them with painted or drawn images
An artwork created by assembling and pasting a variety of materials to a two-dimensional surface
More or less two-dimensional objects glued or somehow mounted toa more or less flat surface as elements in a design or picture Collage also usually implies that space will remain between some of the objects as part of the design When the objects mostly overlap,the work will usually be called decoupage
an artistic composition made up of different, combined materials
a paste-up made by sticking together pieces of paper or photographs to form an artistic image; "he used his computer to make a collage of pictures superimposed on a map"
Collaborative (shared whiteboard) software developed by the NCSA
From the French coller, to glue A work made by gluing materials such as paper scraps, photographs, and cloth on to a flat surface
Collage from the French word coller (to stick), collage is a work created by gluing material to a surface By doing so, the artist incorporates actual fragments of the real world Close
is a picture made by sticking together pieces of paper, photographs (montage), or other two dimensional objects
A film style that assembles footage from widely disparate sources, often juxtaposing staged fictional scenes with newsreel, animation, or other sorts of material Explored by experimental filmmakers such as Joseph Cornell in the 1930s, it became a major resource for the avant-garde and political filmmaking of the 1960s
fining of wine
A work made by pasting various scraps or pieces of material--cloth, paper, photographs--onto the surface of the composition
A series of staged "moments" related to the topic of a collective and depicting a range of perspectives on that topic
An image created by gluing materials such as paper scraps, photographs, and cloth to a flat surface
A group of pictures arranged in montage to form a new picture
{i} artwork composed of numerous images pasted on a board or canvas
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A technique that incorporates fragments of commercially printed paper into compositions Introduced into fine art by Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso circa 1909, collage was later developed by artists of the Dada and Surrealist movements to include found objects Today any material fixed to a surface may be termed collage
collage film
a movie that juxtaposes different kinds of footage
collage film
A film that juxtaposes fictional scenes with footage taken from disparate sources, such as newsreels
Simple past tense and past participle of collage
Glued together in the manner of a collage
In the manner of a collage, or of the making of a collage
One who makes collages, or who has made a specific collage
plural of collage



    Türkische aussprache



    /kəˈläᴢʜ/ /kəˈlɑːʒ/


    [ k&-'läzh, ko-, kO- ] (noun.) 1919. From French, from Old French coller (“to glue”), from Ancient Greek κόλλα (kolla, “glue”)


    ... people, we will automatically create a collage. ...
    ... Look at her little collage. ...

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