Iranian miniature art is one of the arts that has the ability to portray all nature in small shapes.
The Iranian Miniature Historical Course dates back to the time of the advent of Islam, but it can be said that when Iranians were able to enter the court of the Abbasids in the 3rd century AH, Iranian painting reoccupied after a period of stagnation.
However, some believe that there was also a Miniature art before Islam, and became more blurred in the later periods. The miniature practices in Iran are very diverse. Each of the renowned miniature painters has made changes to the methods and practices that were prevalent.
The miniature artist is an artist who visualizes what he thinks or thinks that the viewer is interested in seeing it, and is in no way subject to the rules and regulations governing painting space. The great miniature painters include Reza Abbasi, which relates to the Safavid period.
Interestingly, the allegorical designs of birds and animals, along with the designs of branches, flowers, leaves, and Slavic form an important part of the miniature.
Iranian miniature leaves room to imagination and individual sensitivity, even if techniques are traditional, and allows each one to project in very different worlds, as miniatures presented here can demonstrate.
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