basso–relievo

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noun bas·so–re·lie·vo \ˌba-(ˌ)sō-ri-ˈlē-(ˌ)vō, ˌbä-(ˌ)sō-rēl-ˈyā-(ˌ)vō\
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basso–rilievo

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Definition of basso–relievo

Origin and Etymology of basso–relievo

Italian bassorilievo, from basso low + rilievo relief


First Known Use: circa 1639


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