- A print made from a low relief collage.
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collograph — A print made from an image built up with glue and sometimes other material. The inked image is transferred from plate to paper and is simultaneously embossed. The name derives from collage. Not to be confused with a collagraph or a collotype … Glossary of Art Terms
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