noun, plural mez·zo-re·lie·vos [met-soh-ri-lee-vohz, med-zoh-, mez-oh-] /ˈmɛt soʊ rɪˈli voʊz, ˈmɛd zoʊ-, ˈmɛz oʊ-/.
Origin of mezzo-relievo
Examples from the Web for mezzo-relievo
Historical Examples of mezzo-relievo
I have sometimes there observed, in the middle, little statues in mezzo-relievo.The History of Painting in Italy, Vol. 1 (of 6)
Luigi Antonio Lanzi
As they are intended for minute inspection, gems are generally in mezzo-relievo.
A marble tabernacle, decorated in mezzo-relievo and originally made for the nuns of the convent of the Murate.Tuscan Sculpture of the Fifteenth Century
Estelle M. Hurll