Definition of Miniaturist. Meaning of Miniaturist. Synonyms of Miniaturist

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Miniaturist. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Miniaturist and, of course, Miniaturist synonyms and on the right images related to the word Miniaturist.

Definition of Miniaturist

Miniaturist
Miniaturist Min"i*a*tur`ist, n. A painter of miniatures.

Meaning of Miniaturist from wikipedia

- The Miniaturist is the 2014 debut novel of English actress and author Jessie Burton. An international bestseller, it was the focus of a publishers' bidding...
- going to war or emigrating, or a daughter getting married. The first miniaturists used watercolour to paint on stretched vellum, or (especially in England)...
- The Miniaturist is a 2017 BBC television miniseries adaptation of the debut novel of the same name by Jessie Burton. The series was directed by Guillem...
- first major television role in the BBC adaptation of Jessie Burton's The Miniaturist, which first aired on Boxing Day. The Sick House (2007) - Nick Anonymous...
- and actress. As of 2019[update], she has published four novels, The Miniaturist, The Muse, The Restless Girls, and The Confession. The Muse has been...
- Liberty Margaret Kemble Gage TV miniseries 2015–2018 Humans Niska Main role (24 episodes) 2017 The Miniaturist The Miniaturist Minor role (2 episodes)...
- English fiction who has written five novels – The Opium Clerk (2001), The Miniaturist (2003), Racists (2006), The Yellow Emperor's Cure (2011) Kalkatta (2015)...
- illuminator and miniaturist painter active circa 1600 in Naples. While studying he showed an inclination to drawing, and became a pupil of the miniaturist Giovanni...
- Andrew Robertson (1777–1845) was a Scottish miniaturist painter. Andrew Robertson was born in Aberdeen in 1777. He was the brother of Alexander and Archibald...
- later receive the 2006 Nobel Prize in Literature. The novel, concerning miniaturists in the Ottoman Empire of 1591, established Pamuk's international re****tion...
Loading...