Relief is a type of sculpture in which the sculptor carves out the image he wants to portray on a flat surface and makes it depart from the plane of the original material, as if floating on it. Relief is the product of the combination of sculpture and painting, using a compressed approach to the object, relying on factors such as perspective to represent three-dimensional space, and for viewing on one or two sides only. Reliefs are generally attached to another plane and are therefore more often used in architecture and often seen on utensil objects. Because of its compressed nature, it takes up less space, so it is suitable for decoration in a variety of environments, whether it is a campus, city, garden, park, or square, where this technique can be applied to make sculpture more diverse. In recent years, it has taken up an increasingly important position in the urban beautification environment. Relief sculpture is as colorful as round sculpture in terms of content, form and material. Materials for relief sculpture are stone, wood, ivory and metal. In recent years, stainless steel has become a popular urban sculpture, relief this technique also began to use in this material, the effect is also good, so more and more stainless steel relief began to appear in the city.
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