mo·sa·ic     noun
  • A picture or decorative design made by setting small colored pieces, as of stone or tile, into a surface.
  • The process or art of making such pictures or designs.
  • A composite picture made of overlapping, usually aerial, photographs.

    Middle English musycke, from Old French mosaique, from Old Italian mosaico, from Medieval Latin msicum, neuter of msicus, of the Muses, from Latin Msa, Muse, from Greek Mousa. See men-1 in Indo-European Roots
Created in Painter 7
Created on June 18, 2003
by the
Vista Adult School/ROP
Painting and Drawing in a Virtual Studio Class