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Parsemage

Parsemage is a surrealist and automatic method in the visual arts invented by Ithell Colquhoun[?] in which dust from charcoal or colored chalk is scattered on the surface of water and then skimmed off by passing a stiff paper or cardboard just under the water's surface.



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