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in miniature

On a small scale. The phrase is often used to describe a model of something much larger. For my science project, I made a volcano in miniature. Pat's daughter is like Pat in miniature! I can't believe how much they look alike! Some parts of our seaside town are like a tropical resort in miniature.
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The Tanseys collected larger works--paintings and furniture and silver--but also established an interest in European miniature paintings.
With nearly four decades of experience behind him, Ahmad has discovered countless variations in miniature artwork.
This show is considered as one of the top-level exhibitions of painted miniature sculptures in the world.
gl/pqu4GE), I didn't mention miniature fruit trees because they can't survive temperatures below freezing.
But today antique portrait miniatures have become collectable and the Daffinger miniature sold for PS4,200.
1972) is perhaps the most prominent artist to have contributed to the revival of miniature painting in Pakistan.
Enthusiasts from the 7 1/4 gauge society travelled from across the country and Europe bringing their miniature trains with them as part of the event.
Highlights include seeing miniature planes at the Large Model Aircraft show and miniature trains at The Great Electric Train show, plus during half-term week there will be LEGO technics drop in activities, a children's digital photography workshop, Halloween family crafts and miniature steam engine rides.
This will leave you with the tin crown and the twisted wire still fastened around-this will serve as the seat and four legs of the miniature chair that you will eventually create.
According to the project, miniature models of historical places and touristic attractions in 18 provinces will be exhibited in the Miniature Black Sea Park.
Farmer Chris Jessen raises miniature cattle and also owns a miniature kangaroo on his hobby farm.
Miniature art is rooted in the visual subconscious of the Subcontinent.
Simply because, we are going to talk about miniature paintings, and by referring to these small-format canvases as peanuts, we are only borrowing a term that artist G.
recently when Paul Martin interviewed the portrait miniaturist Elizabeth Meek, the current president of the Royal Society of Miniature Painters, Sculptors and Gravers.
A miniature is a standard representation of one-sixth of life size or a canvas of 193cm square or less in area.
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