Miniature paintings that showcase great talent on tiny canvases

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When it comes to art, many believe that the larger the scale, the better. While monumental pieces are sure to grab viewers’ attention and dazzle them with their larger-than-life dimensions, there’s something just as captivating about smaller works of art, as evidenced by this selection of miniature paintings. .

Featuring works from some of our favorite artists like Loot from Lorraine, Hassan Kaleand Tal Peleg, this collection of compact art proves the power of subtlety. Each small piece features incredible attention to detail, a unique approach to realistic representation, and an undeniably steady hand. Additionally, the works feature a range of canvases, from conventional paper to coins, food and even facial features, emphasizing each artist’s unique approach to the underappreciated art of miniatures. .

See this selection of small but striking miniature paintings below.

“Paintings for Ants” from Loot from Lorraine

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Photo: Loots de Lorraine

Miniature Paintings Mini Paintings Miniature Painting Miniatures

Photo: Loots de Lorraine

Miniature Paintings Mini Paintings Miniature Painting Miniatures

Photo: Loots de Lorraine

small landscapes of Dina Brodsky

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Photo: Dina Brodsky

Miniature Paintings Mini Paintings Miniature Painting Miniatures

Photo: Dina Brodsky

Miniature Paintings Mini Paintings Miniature Painting Miniatures

Photo: Dina Brodsky

Subway map masterpieces for Single price

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Artist: Ryan Morse

Miniature Paintings Mini Paintings Miniature Painting Miniatures

Artist: Dina Brodsky

Unconventional canvases of Hassan Kale

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Photo: Hasan Kalé

Miniature Paintings Mini Paintings Miniature Painting Miniatures

Photo: Hasan Kalé

Miniature Paintings Mini Paintings Miniature Painting Miniatures

Photo: Hasan Kalé

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