Sculpture is a kind of sculpture that has existed at home and abroad from ancient times to the present. It is often used as a symbol. In today's society, sculpture is often used as a work of art for people to appreciate. Sculpture can be divided into sculpture and sculpture in terms of production technology. The type is mainly divided into two categories: round sculpture and relief sculpture. 1. The types of sculptures can be divided from different angles. In terms of production process, sculpture can be divided into sculpture and sculpture. Sculpture is to cut and dig out the redundant parts from a complete and strong body, such as stone carving, wood carving, jade carving, etc., and plastics are connected with adhesive materials to form the required shapes, such as clay sculptures, pottery sculptures, etc. . According to the subject matter, sculptures can be divided into monumental sculptures, architectural decorative sculptures, urban garden sculptures, religious sculptures, mausoleum sculptures, and exhibition sculptures. In terms of form of expression, sculptures can be divided into round sculptures and relief sculptures. The round sculpture is a three-dimensional sculpture that is not attached to any background and can be viewed from all directions. Relief is a raised artistic image carved on a flat surface. The expression technique relies on volume and structure. 2. Sculptures can be roughly divided into two types: round sculptures and relief sculptures. There are many types of sculptures, but according to the artistic expression methods, they can be roughly divided into two types: round sculptures and relief sculptures. A round sculpture is a sculpture that is not attached to the background and can be appreciated from any angle. Relief is a sculpture in which convex and concave images are carved on a flat surface. According to different materials, it can be divided into: stone carving, bamboo carving, wood carving, clay sculpture, bronze, porcelain, plastic, ivory, bone, and jade carving corners. In ancient Chinese society, especially in the Han area, people were buried in earth after death, and thick burials were popular. After the death of emperors, high-ranking officials, and nobles, most of them built large-scale tombs, the conventional settings of the tombs, stone, stone products, watch tombs, alarms, Tian Hengshi and so on.