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Miniature works of Mojgan Zolfagharian

Miniature : portrait that is typically very small in size. Miniature paintings were often created as intricate illustrations within medieval manuscripts.

I try to show my feelings through painting and I do all my works with my special care and love. I am interested in the expansion of miniature art and am looking for new opportunities and creative challenges. My goal is to present works that amaze, meaningful and inspire the audience and can communicate with them.

I am interested to discuss and collaborate with you about our art projects. To view samples of my work and more information, please visit my website or social media accounts. I hope I can create a positive experience for you.

Miniature paintings

Miniature paintings are highly detailed small-scale artworks that typically measure no larger than 25 square inches. They originated in medieval times and gained popularity in the Mughal era of India, where they were created as personal mementos or gifts for loved ones. These small masterpieces often feature intricate brushwork, fine details, and vibrant colors, depicting a wide range of subjects such as portraits, landscapes, religious themes, and mythological stories.

The process of creating miniature paintings involves using finely ground pigments mixed with water and gum arabic as a binding agent. Artists use thin brushes with just a few bristles to meticulously paint on various surfaces, including paper, ivory, and even walls. Due to their small size and delicate nature, miniature paintings require remarkable attention to detail and precision.

Different regions across the world developed their own unique styles of miniature painting. For example, Persian miniature paintings are known for their intricate geometric patterns, detailed depictions of flora and fauna, and poetic symbolism. Indian miniature paintings, on the other hand, often emphasize intricate facial expressions, vibrant color palettes, and elaborate compositions. European miniature paintings focused on portraiture and typically used techniques such as watercolor or oil on materials like vellum or ivory.

Today, miniature paintings continue to be cherished as a form of art and are collected for their exquisite craftsmanship. Whether displayed individually or as part of a collection, these small yet incredibly detailed works of art serve as a testament to the skill and creativity of the artists who create them.

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