List of famous Bas-relief art from around the world, listed alphabetically. This popular Bas-relief art list features pictures of each famous Bas-relief piece when available, and includes names of the famous artists who created the artwork. Fans of historic Bas-relief art can use this list to discover some beautiful Bas-relief pieces that they've never seen before.
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Allegory alluding to the Recovery of the King is a bas-relief created by Nicolas Coustou in 1693. ...more
Artist: Nicolas Coustou
Subject: Louis XIV of France
Art Form: Sculpture, Bas-relief
Period / Movement: Baroquesee more on Allegory alluding to the Recovery of the King
Armoire said to be by Hugues Sambin is an armoire (said to be) created by Hugues Sambin in 1580. ...more
Artist: Hugues Sambin
Subject: Mythology, Cain and Abel, Creationism
Genres (Art): Decorative arts
Art Form: Sculpture, Bas-relief, Painting
Period / Movement: Mannerismsee more on Armoire said to be by Hugues Sambin
The Barberini ivory is a Byzantine ivory leaf from an imperial diptych dating from Late Antiquity, now in the Louvre in Paris. It represents the emperor as triumphant victor. It is generally dated from the first half of the 6th century and is attributed to an imperial workshop in Constantinople, while the emperor is usually identified as Justinian, or possibly Anastasius I or Zeno. It is a notable historical document because it is linked to queen Brunhilda of Austrasia. On the back there is a list of names of Frankish kings, all relatives of Brunhilda, indicating the important position of queens within Frankish royal families. Brunhilda ordered the list to be inscribed and offered it to the ...more
Art Form: Bas-reliefsee more on Barberini ivory