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Untitled 1, Wang Fei

Untitled 1

Wang Fei

Fine Art Drawings - 38.6 x 94.5 x 0.4 inch

$30,719

Otium, Gipé

Otium

Gipé

Fine Art Drawings - 18.1 x 21.3 x 0.8 inch

$845

Chagall collages, Davidof

Chagall collages

Davidof

Fine Art Drawings - 39.4 x 47.2 x 0.8 inch

$2,586

Garbage Face, Erró

Garbage Face

Erró

Fine Art Drawings - 12.4 x 8.5 inch

$7,917

Abus, Tehos

Abus

Tehos

Fine Art Drawings - 23.6 x 31.5 x 0 inch

$1,742

Collage aux formes standardisées, Jean Arp

Collage aux formes standardisées

Jean Arp

Fine Art Drawings - 18.3 x 11 x 0.1 inch

$29,558

Oscars, K Oldal

Oscars

K Oldal

Fine Art Drawings - 27.6 x 19.7 x 0.1 inch

$845

For your eyes only, Robert Mitchum, Marian Williams

For your eyes only, Robert Mitchum

Marian Williams

Fine Art Drawings - 17.5 x 12.4 x 0 inch

$317 $285

Orange_1, Goddog

Orange_1

Goddog

Fine Art Drawings - 12.6 x 9.4 x 0.1 inch

$306

Sleep of Reason (Running thoughts), Matthew Rose

Sleep of Reason (Running thoughts)

Matthew Rose

Fine Art Drawings - 19.7 x 15.7 x 0.8 inch

$1,267

Nous attaquerons à l'aube, Bruno Mallart

Nous attaquerons à l'aube

Bruno Mallart

Fine Art Drawings - 8.7 x 8.7 x 1.2 inch

$1,056

Les Belles Canapéennes 1, Mylène Vignon

Les Belles Canapéennes 1

Mylène Vignon

Fine Art Drawings - 10.6 x 8.3 x 0 inch

$443

Lifestyle - Paper Cut, David Gerstein

Lifestyle - Paper Cut

David Gerstein

Fine Art Drawings - 31.5 x 39.4 x 1.6 inch

$3,853

Épicentre, Petr Strnad

Épicentre

Petr Strnad

Fine Art Drawings - 14.8 x 10.8 x 0 inch

$211

Needleshaped Silence - Downcast Eyes, øjeRum

Needleshaped Silence - Downcast Eyes

øjeRum

Fine Art Drawings - 11.8 x 13.1 x 0.8 inch

$369

Illustrations for (and/or from) a book that is (and/or will be) titled 'On Filling In', Derek Sullivan

Illustrations for (and/or from) a book that is (and/or will be) titled 'On Filling In'

Derek Sullivan

Fine Art Drawings - 24.2 x 18.5 x 0.4 inch

$1,900

Moroccan Suite III, Nick Tidnam

Moroccan Suite III

Nick Tidnam

Fine Art Drawings - 11.8 x 8.3 x 0.4 inch

$1,215

Il talento, M. Cohen

Il talento

M. Cohen

Fine Art Drawings - 7.9 x 7.9 inch

$412

Cléopâtre d'après Michelangela, Laurent Perbos

Cléopâtre d'après Michelangela

Laurent Perbos

Fine Art Drawings - 11.4 x 8.3 x 0.2 inch

$1,013

Pensée du Coquillage, Thaddée

Pensée du Coquillage

Thaddée

Fine Art Drawings - 3.9 x 5.7 inch

$232

Big Horns, Gouzy

Big Horns

Gouzy

Fine Art Drawings - 15.4 x 11.4 x 0.4 inch

$581

Complaisant 1 (Antigua-et-Barbuda), Bak Bertille

Complaisant 1 (Antigua-et-Barbuda)

Bak Bertille

Fine Art Drawings - 5.1 x 7.9 inch

$5,067

Las kosas son lo ke son aunke no lo parezka (Things are what they are even if they don't seem like it), M. M. Calvo

Las kosas son lo ke son aunke no lo parezka (Things are what they are even if they don't seem like it)

M. M. Calvo

Fine Art Drawings - 8.3 x 12.2 inch

$950

Plenty of girls in the sea, David Ameil

Plenty of girls in the sea

David Ameil

Fine Art Drawings - 31.5 x 31.5 x 1.6 inch

$950

Abstract A4 Collage Wind Tunnel Steve, Crooknose

Abstract A4 Collage Wind Tunnel Steve

Crooknose

Fine Art Drawings - 11.8 x 7.9 x 0 inch

$264

Homage to Kandinsky (Red Square), Tchago Martins

Homage to Kandinsky (Red Square)

Tchago Martins

Fine Art Drawings - 23.2 x 15 x 1.2 inch

$317

Collage Drawing for Sale

Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque are often credited with the invention of the collage technique within the visual arts. When the two artists created Cubism between 1908 and 1914, they invented a method for representing space and perspectives that allowed them to comprehend objects from different angles, thus offering a more complete vision of reality through painting and sculpture.

In 1912, they start experimenting with a brand new medium, collage. To obtain the desired composition, they used fragments of several images that they assembled to build objects. It is by following this process that they created the famous work “Nature Morte à la Chaise Cannée", one of the first collages to be recognised as an artwork. They gave up on using collage a few years later but numerous artistic movements of the 20th century went on to make use of this innovative technique. This was to the delight of the poet Charles Baudelaire, who wished to see artists transform and work with elements of “the shop of the images and signs" that made up reality.

Surrealist, Dadaist, and Futurist artists adopt this technique and start to cut and combine different elements: newsprint, cardboard (to create embossed designs), old magazines (for vintage collages), several photos and various objects were assembled to produce a single work. The use of disparate collages marked the end of the reign of noble materials and oil painting, opening the way for deconstruction and reconstruction, random and unlikely combinations.

Louis Aragon, André Breton, Jacques Prévert et Pierre-Olivier Walzer start introducing this practice in literature through the odd juxtapositions of ideas in their texts, followed by Edward Verral Lucas and George Morrow who produced the first collage book, which narrates the story of an English dandy using images from a department store. The Dadaists Raoul Hausmann, Hannah Hoch, Max Ernst, and John Heartfield were fond of the collage technique, particularly for interpreting the contemporary events.

Painters such as Paul Klee and Henri Matisse also engaged in the technique of artistic collage: Paul Klee by giving a second life and second identity to old works, and Henri Matisse by cutting painted paper which he pieced together to create stunning compositions.

By adapting collage to their own style, each artist creates uniques effects with this technique: Jean Dubuffet assembles his own paintings to draw meandering lines, Jiri Kolar fragments his collages to create geometrical optics, Bernard Réquichot accumulates images of a single subject to provoke disgust, Pop Art artists pick up the symbols of capitalism in magazines… As for contemporary art, collage manifests itself in street art, for example in the works of the artist Madame.

On Artsper you'll find a wide variety of collage works, such as Bonnie and Clyde's exotic collages, Matthew Rose's assemblages of photographs, words and drawings, the stories told by Alexandre Taillandier in modern paintings…

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What is collage in drawing?

Collage is both a technique and the name given to the work of art produced from this technique. In collage, pieces of paper or other materials are arranged into a composition and stuck onto a surface.

What materials are used for collage?

Collage can incorporate various different materials, including paper, textiles, plastic, and found objects These materials are usually stuck down to a surface with an adhesive such as glue or tape, or sometimes sewn. Collage can also be created digitally on a computer. 

Who first used collage in art?

Collage's invention is credited to Cubism, an art movement created by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. They began to work in collage around 1910 and were attracted to the technique because of its unique aesthetic.