The paintings of Windsor Castle on grains of rice by Charles Gunner were created around 1936.
Charles Gunner achieved international recognition for his spectacular microscopic writing and painting.
Other examples of his work are The Lord’s Prayer written out 23 times in the space of a threepenny bit and King George V’s Christmas broadcast speech within the circumference of a sixpence.
Queen Mary bought Gunner’s ‘History of Windsor Castle’, a microscopic 1/2 inch square and perfectly bound book.
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