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Relief

In numismatics, an image on a coin that rises above the background and is not pressed into it.
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This chameleon-like quality, together with his understanding of the techniques of early painters and sculptors, enabled Bardini to salvage and to restore damaged works of art, ranging from frescoes to panel paintings to relief sculptures.
What became interesting was to try to conflate the shallow space of modernist painting and relief sculpture with the shallow space of the computer screen, as both present a paradigm shift away from the conventional model of perspectival space.
WHEN I WAS SURE THE STUDENTS UNDERSTOOD the concept of a relief sculpture, I had them examine Vincent van Gogh's The Starry Night and Edvard Munch's The Scream.
works as two pieces of a relief sculpture from a grave marker -- a third fragment of which is in a Greek museum -- and a slab with an inscription related to a religious festival.
He worked out interesting and related shapes and forms to create his flat or pictorial relief sculpture in which the surface of the metal was diligently and ingeniously built up, producing decorative artistry and patterning.
Lubbock begins to stumble, however, when he attempts to transfer his judgments about the reading of relief sculpture to the flatter medium of fresco painting.
THE Rugby Decorative and Fine Arts Society will hear a talk on monumental architecture and relief sculpture at the Benn Hall, Newbold Road, Rugby, from 7.
John Chamberlain's relief sculpture acted as a huge party decoration over the champagne bar .
Removing the relief sculpture that honored Iraqi soldiers captured by Iran from its stone panel which stands empty in Mustansiriyah square now, is equal in its repercussion to changing the status of Iraqis who died during the war with Iran from "martyrs" to "victims of Saddam.
Each student creates a 10" (25 cm) square relief sculpture to be joined with others and installed in the hallway.
Another major shortcoming of this book is the absence of any photos and little or no reference to the relevance of this huge corpus of material to the development of Christian art, which is especially pertinent in reference to the Christian catacomb frescoes, sarcophagi, and relief sculpture.
This figure would be viewed only from a distance, so it would not require the highest level of finish; but the base would be an opportunity for the designer to introduce finely detailed relief sculpture.