Though nobody knows who first invented it, the art of papier-mâché has most likely existed for as along as paper. The first known examples date back to the Han Dynasty in China, around 200 BC.
Papier-mâché French for "chewed paper", is a composite material consisting of
paper pieces or pulp, sometimes reinforced with textiles, ...
Sep 11, 2002 ... History of Papier Mache. Despite the French sounding name, papier mache was
not made in France until the mid 17th century. However, they ...
Papier Mache Gallery, Papier Mache (literally "chewed paper") has gained
popularity worldwide because of its versatility. Historically it has been made in a
A brief history of papier-mâché. (For a more detailed history of papier-mâché see
Bawden, J. (1993) The art & craft of papier-mâché. London; Mitchell Beazley.
The history of paper-mache. Paper was invented in China at the beginning of the
2nd century AD. In the 8th century a few Chinese prisoners, captured during ...
The History, Technology, and Care of Papier-Mache: Case Study of the
Conservation Treatment of a Victorian"Japan Ware". Chair. By Dianne van der
Aug 14, 2008 ... The art of making articles of papier-mâché, beautifully decorated in ... Institute -
The History, Technology, and Care of Papier-Mache: Case ...
The History of Papier Mache. According to the Encyclopedia of Crafts, papier
mache is the French term for "chewed-up paper. " It's also the term for the
Papier mâché is a French term that means "chewed paper."