material made of paper pulp and glue which hardens when dry
Also called paper-maché. A light, strong molding material of paper pulp. glue and other additives.
A material consisting of paper-pulp or sheet of paper pasted together, treated so as to resemble varnished or lacquered wood or plaster
Technique using sand, chalk, and paper pulp molded while wet into decorative forms and furniture. Popular during the Napoléon III period.
Material made from paper pulp and molded into various objects, which are suitable to be painted and varnished when dry.