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Low Relief Sculpture is a term used mostly to describe historical artworks typically found on architecture facades. Although less relevant in contemporary contexts some Sculpture and public art installations make still be described as low relief.
Low Relief Sculpture can be seen in the stone carvings of Mayan structures, Buddhist shrines, Greek temples, courthouses and other buildings.