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Results for "Bas relief"

104 monuments found.

Image of Flying Fish

Flying Fish
Crotona Park
Bronx

Bas-relief roundel

Image of Foley Square Medallions

Foley Square Medallions
Thomas Paine Park
Manhattan

Five medallions embedded at different locations in the walkways

Image of Fort Stirling Marker

Fort Stirling Marker
Fort Stirling Park
Brooklyn

Tablet on plinth

Image of General William Jenkins Worth Monument

General William Jenkins Worth Monument
Worth Square
Manhattan

Obelisk decorated with applied trophy, die decorated with high relief panel, graduated base; tomb, two plaques, ornamented fence (three sides only), four gas lamp posts

Image of Glendale War Memorial

Glendale War Memorial
Glendale Veterans Triangle
Queens

Plaque with bas-relief of female figure holding a torch aloft in her right hand over a list of twenty-one names, on a stele

Image of Gorilla

Gorilla
Central Park
Manhattan

Bas-relief

Image of Harold W. Cohn Memorial

Harold W. Cohn Memorial
Cohn Triangle
Brooklyn

Stele, plaque with bas-relief

Image of Heinrich Heine Fountain

Heinrich Heine Fountain
Joyce Kilmer Park
Bronx

Seated figure (over life-size) on pedestal with bas-reliefs; three lounging figures below, in a large basin; tablet nearby

Image of Henry Hudson Memorial

Henry Hudson Memorial
Henry Hudson Park
Bronx

Doric column, panels, statue

Image of Henry W. Maxwell Memorial

Henry W. Maxwell Memorial
Grand Army Plaza
Brooklyn

Plaque with bas-relief roundel on boulder. Replica of original which is now at the Brooklyn Museum

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