Museum of Miniature Art

Lithuanian National Museum of Art

16th-early 20th century miniatures 

Fan, Unknown, Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
The Museum of Miniature Arts is an exhibition space of the Lithuanian Art Museum’s Pranas Domšaitis Gallery located in Juodkrantė, Neringa. The museum was restored in 2007 and now occupies a 19th-century house on the shores of the Curonian Lagoon. The exposition features over 300 works: 16th – 20th century European miniature painting, medals, copper etchings, porcelain and faience pottery sculptures, table ornaments, decorative fans, pictures decorated with embroidery, wallets and other works. Also on display is the collection of watercolour miniatures painted by the talented, self-taught artist Lida Meškaitytė in the second half of the 20th century. Near the museum is an outdoor contemporary Lithuanian sculpture exposition, as well as an exhibition hall where shows are held during the summer season. 
Portrait of Michał Kleofas Ogiński, Anonymous late 18th – early 19th century Lithuanian painter, Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Josephine, Empress of France, Paul Delaroche (1797-1856) after François Gerard 91770-1837), Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Napoleon Bonaparte, 19th-century French painter, monogram “P.S.”, after Horace Vernet (1789-1863), Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Fan, Unknown, Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Bush of Red Bilberry. From the cycle “Forest story”, Lidija (Lida) Meškaitytė (1927–1993), 1957, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Farmstead with ferns, Lidija (Lida) Meškaitytė, 1982, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
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