There are two sets of forms according as to whether the verb occurs in a relative clause or not.
The relative clause must be used to understand the sentence.
Antecedent—That to which a relative pronoun or a relative clause refers.
The antecedent is often incorporated in the relative clause.
Note the relative clause where in English the participle would be used.
Note the abnormal position of the verb in the relative clause, a construction more frequently met with now than formerly.
It is best to class the relative clause as one of Characteristic, unless the result idea is clear and unmistakable.
The relative clause confines or restricts the meaning of the antecedent (Italian).
For your images is evidently described by the relative clause which you have made, and ought to stand next it.
The sentence makes complete sense without the relative clause.