Iranian miniature art
The word Iranian miniature art (Negargari) comes from “minimum natural” meaning small and delicate art in nature. Miniature was popular in the middle ages. It was special to the East, particularly Iran and mostly created during 15th Century.
Iranian miniature art follows certain rules of painting landscape and usually does not observe natural proportions. The painted objects do not resemble their real world image. They are mostly quite small, but they show rich, complex scenes that attract any viewer for a long period of time.
Color is simply a decorative tool and details are very important. The magnificence of precious original Persian works has endowed them universal popularity in most of the prominent centers round the world such as embassies and consulates. Accordingly, we also attempt to present you with artifacts created by some of the greatest Iranian miniature painters in SERMEH website.
Certainly Mohammad Bagher Aghamiri isThe most popular Persian painter and definetely his signature is really valuable in the world of painting .If you interested to know about Mohamad Bagher Aghamiri you can click link.https://sermeh.net//2019/04/07/master-mohammad-bagher-aghamiri/