Relief - Gallery

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  • Sunk relief as low relief within a sunk outline, from the Luxor Temple in Egypt, carved in very hard granite

  • low relief within a sunk outline, linear sunk relief in the hieroglyphs, and high relief (right), from Luxor

  • "Blocked-out" unfinished low relief of Ahkenaten and Nefertiti; unfinished Greek high-reliefs show the same method of beginning a work.

  • Bas-relief in Persepolis - a symbol of Zoroastrian Nowruz - in day of a spring equinox power of eternally fighting bull (personifying the Earth), and a lion (personifying the Sun), are equal

  • Two Persian Soldiers in Persepolis

  • Rock-face relief at Naqsh-e Rustam of Iranian emperor Shapur I (on horseback) capturing Roman emperor Valerian (kneeing) and Philip the Arab (standing)

  • Atropos cutting the thread of life. Ancient Greek low relief.

  • Roman funerary relief with frame at original level, but not sunk relief

  • The Roman Warren Cup, silver repouss√© work

  • Yaxchilan Lintel 24, a Mayan carving depicting a blood sacrifice

  • A bas-relief at Banteay Srei in Cambodia depicts Ravana shaking Mount Kailasa, the Abode of Lord Siva.

  • Temple at Khajuraho, India

  • The 12th century Romanesque portal of Christ in Majesty at Moissac Abbey moves between low and high relief in a single figure.

  • Harbaville Triptych, Byzantine ivory

  • Side view of high relief: Madonna and Child, marble of c. 1500/1510 by an unknown north Italian sculptor

  • The elaborate stucco (plaster) reliefs decorating the Chateau de Fontainebleau were hugely influential. Low-relief decorative frieze above.

  • Robert Gould Shaw Memorial, 1897, Boston, combining free-standing elements with high and low relief.

  • A relatively modern high relief (depicting shipbuilding) in Bishopsgate, London. Note that some elements jut out of the frame of the image.

  • Art Deco tiled bas relief, old Press-Citizen Building, Iowa City, Iowa.

  • Elizabeth Wyn Wood's Bas-relief at Ryerson University in Toronto

  • Colossal Bas-Relief Sculptures at Unakoti, Tripura, India

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