These items, like Madonna of the Stairs and Armoire said to be by Hugues Sambin include images when available.
This list answers the questions, "What is an example of Relief art?" and "Who are the most famous Relief artists?"
For some of these Relief pieces you can click on the title to find out more information about the art. If you're writing a paper on renowned Relief art, this list is a great jumping off point.
Bacchus Feeding a Panther
Artist: John Deare
Art Form: Sculpture, Reliefsee more on Bacchus Feeding a Panther
Battle of the Centaurs is a relief by Italian Renaissance artist Michelangelo, created around 1492. It was the last work Michelangelo created while under the patronage of Lorenzo de' Medici, who died shortly after its completion. Inspired by a classical relief created by Bertoldo di Giovanni, the ...more
Art Form: Relief
Period / Movement: Italian Renaissance, Renaissancesee more on Battle of the Centaurs
"Knitting" (1886 cast) is a relief sculpture by American artist Thomas Eakins. ...more
Artist: Thomas Eakins
Art Form: Sculpture, Reliefsee more on Knitting
The Madonna of the Stairs is a relief sculpture by Michelangelo in the Casa Buonarroti, Florence. It was sculpted around 1491, when Michelangelo was about seventeen. This and the Battle of the Centaurs were Michelangelo's first two sculptures. The first reference to the Madonna of the Stairs as a ...more
Subject: Madonna, Child Jesus, Jesus Christ, Blessed Virgin Mary, Madonna and Child
Art Form: Sculpture, Relief
Period / Movement: Italian Renaissance, Renaissancesee more on Madonna of the Stairs