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Samo Duck, Daru

Samo Duck


Sculpture - 36 x 24 x 18 cm


Baiser masqué, C215

Baiser masqué


Painting - 33 x 43 x 0.1 cm


J'ai des reserves d'indienne, Miss.Tic

J'ai des reserves d'indienne


Painting - 33 x 41 x 2 cm


Yoda XL, C215

Yoda XL


Print - 50 x 40 x 0.1 cm


Hello Pablo, Arman

Hello Pablo


Sculpture - 31 x 14 x 11 cm


Et oui et oui !!, Jazzu

Et oui et oui !!


Painting - 46 x 38 x 10 cm

$1,054 $949

Yellow Haze, from The Evolution Suite I, Yaacov Agam

Yellow Haze, from The Evolution Suite I

Yaacov Agam

Print - 36.5 x 35 x 1 cm


Banksyskull jeu de coeur, VL.

Banksyskull jeu de coeur


Painting - 30 x 21 x 2 cm


Simplicité, Pinto



Sculpture - 42 x 5 x 3 cm


Rolex Daytona Versailles, Death NYC

Rolex Daytona Versailles

Death NYC

Print - 45 x 32 cm


L'égo Happy - Unhappy, Le CyKlop

L'égo Happy - Unhappy

Le CyKlop

Sculpture - 35 x 10 x 10 cm


Cha fils des étoiles, Chanoir

Cha fils des étoiles


Print - 37 x 37 x 3 cm


CHUM Jaune, Kaws

CHUM Jaune


Design - 30 x 20 x 9 cm


Paysages 800, Xiu

Paysages 800


Painting - 40 x 40 x 1 cm


White heart, cObo

White heart


Sculpture - 25.9 x 15 x 17 cm


Papier déchiré, Jean Arp

Papier déchiré

Jean Arp

Print - 37.2 x 24.8 x 0.1 cm


WYS may be not WYG 1.2, Nagsoul

WYS may be not WYG 1.2


Painting - 50 x 40 x 0.5 cm


Two Lines 1, Gina Vor

Two Lines 1

Gina Vor

Fine Art Drawings - 29.6 x 39.6 x 0.3 cm


My Kid Just Ruined My François Pompon, Ziegler T

My Kid Just Ruined My François Pompon

Ziegler T

Sculpture - 18 x 32 x 11 cm


Deer Stainless Steel Original Sculpture Minimalistic Animal Art, Irena Tone

Deer Stainless Steel Original Sculpture Minimalistic Animal Art

Irena Tone

Sculpture - 32.5 x 20 x 16 cm


Out all day - Red, El Pez

Out all day - Red

El Pez

Sculpture - 42 x 34 x 10 cm


Happy colors, MAM

Happy colors


Painting - 30 x 20 x 3 cm


Wege von Dresden 1, Nagsoul

Wege von Dresden 1


Fine Art Drawings - 21 x 30 x 0.1 cm


La bande de copains... (version bleue), Olivier Messas

La bande de copains... (version bleue)

Olivier Messas

Sculpture - 27 x 20 x 4 cm


Plexilion doré, M.Cros

Plexilion doré


Sculpture - 40 x 32 x 4 cm


Sans titre, Agrume

Sans titre


Painting - 49.5 x 40 cm


Color Boundaries #18 and 21, (Diptych), Natasha Zupan

Color Boundaries #18 and 21, (Diptych)

Natasha Zupan

Painting - 24.1 x 38.1 x 7.6 cm


Toucans et Quetzals à Solentiname, Luis Alvarado

Toucans et Quetzals à Solentiname

Luis Alvarado

Painting - 50 x 40 x 3 cm


Petit Cheval No. 61 (a.r. 470), Pablo Picasso

Petit Cheval No. 61 (a.r. 470)

Pablo Picasso

Design - 25.5 x 25.5 x 2 cm


Wednesday addams, OneFake

Wednesday addams


Painting - 40 x 30 x 0.3 cm



Recent trends in contemporary art have meant that we've grown accustomed to large scale pieces, be that huge canvases, enormous sculptures, or giant installations.

However, the miniature has always been an important part of contemporary art. Be it paintings, sculpture, or photography as well as small format drawings, the reduced dimensions of the artwork puts new constraints on the artist, forcing them to develop their techniques and artistic finesse.

Jeff Wall, an American photographer known for his large scale photographic prints on huge illuminated boxes, has said that “the scale of a piece is not about the dimensions of it, but about the internal tensions within the composition".

Believe it or not, miniature pieces have many advantages. Smaller formats allow the artists to show off a different range of talents and techniques, and sometimes even create the impression of a much higher quality piece – such as engravings or prints. Creating a miniature is a sure sign of precision and skill.

They are also more practical to exhibit than the enormous artworks: we've all got a little space on a shelf ready to welcome a miniature sculpture, photo or drawing.

Another very practical aspect of miniatures is the myriad possibilities for display: you could put together a full shelf of statuettes, or even a dedicated framing wall – which is an increasingly popular method for display, and makes for the perfect decorative addition to a living room or bedroom. It's a mixed composition made up of an array of pieces – you guessed it – all on the same wall. The diminutive size of the miniatures also makes it easier to make sure your favourite pieces are displayed in pride of place.

Even artists who are known for their monumental works are slowly getting into miniatures, like Jeff Wall in his exhibition at the Cartier Foundation.

The miniature is making a big name for itself as a growing trend across the contemporary art world; from Gaspard Mitz, who creates tiny versions of the interiors of famous art galleries in his 'Box Stories', to the photography of Samsofy, who recreates scenes from daily life with miniscule Lego 'actors'.  

Last but not least, the small scale of the pieces means that even big names come with small price tags, meaning that miniatures make excellent presents. So, go on, what are you waiting for? Browse our selection of miniature works now…

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