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The websites listed below are in English unless otherwise stated. Click on the little "+" sign to see the Categories (subjects) for that entry.
Willkommen in der Residenz Muenchen  (Munich, Germany)
This 'magnificent palace' was the seat of government and residence of the Bavarian dukes, electors and kings from 1508 to 1918. As the Residenz Museum it is now one of Europe's most significant interior decoration museums. Collections include Far Eastern art (with over 500 porcelain pieces) and 19th-century European porcelain (especially Nymphenburg, Sèvres and KPM). The brief online descriptions mention the Nymphenburg Onyx Service, decorated plates, and paintings reproduced on porcelain.    In English, German & Italian.
Added Apr 2006  - Last review 11 May 2017
WINDING RIVER GALLERY  (Andrew S. Orr. Poultney, Vermont, United States)
'The art of Andrew S. Orr.' View some of the artist's paintings or read about his gallery and working studio. China painting classes; posters, prints and studies; or commissioned pieces, such as tile murals, are also available.   
Added May 2003  - Last review 4 Aug 2006
Winsor & Newton  (London, England, United Kingdom)
Large manufacturer of art materials and brushes, including a well-known sable series. Site features include a wealth of historical and practical information, such as safety information, a glossary of brush terms, and tips on general brush care and colour mixing.    In various languages.
Added Apr 2004  - Last review 1 Dec 2014
Wisconsin Pottery Association  (Madison, Wisconsin, United States)
A large site about the WPA, its activities, and selected U.S. potteries. Several potteries' pages mention china painting, and the Pickard entry links to a brief American china painting chronology.   
Added May 2017
Wisteria Gallery  (Linda Phelps. Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada)
Displaying oil, watercolour and china painting. The latter ranges from traditional raised paste to free-form design. Gallery visits by appointment.   
Added Nov 2009
Woodmere  (New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States)
Woodmere reproduces historical American porcelain dinner- and giftware; e.g. The White House Collection, Flowers of the First Ladies Collection, etc. Wares may feature hand-applied decals with some handpainting.
One of their blogs also discusses Presidential china.   
Added Jun 2010
Woodrow Kilns  (Liverpool, New South Wales, Australia)
Makers of a large range of 'ceramic and glass kilns' with digital controllers.   
Added Jan 2004
WORCESTER PORCELAIN Museum  (Worcester, England, United Kingdom)
The Museum offers exhibitions, lectures, shops, and tours of the 'world's largest collection of Worcester porcelain.' It also holds porcelain, bone china, parian and earthenware made by Dr. Wall, Chamberlain, Flight & Barr, Grainger, Kerr & Binns, J. Hadley & Sons, and Locke & Co., some dating from 1751. Images from the archives and collections illustrate the history of the company and its artists.
The Museum also hosts webpages for the Friends of the Museum of Worcester Porcelain.   
Added Jun 2004  - Last review 6 Jan 2008  (Beatrix Winter. Wurmsham, Germany)
Gallery takes custom orders.    In German.
Added Jul 2009
WWW.LOTTIHAERDI.CH  (Lotti Haerdi. Langenthal, Switzerland)
View selected works and class details, or arrange a studio visit. Commissions accepted.    In German.
Added Mar 2006

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Compiled by porcelain artist R. Janette Graham (Janri)
A selected listing of china painters' personal and business sites; associations and museums; some brush, kiln and paint manufacturers; fine china and potteries; plus magazines, schools and suppliers from around the world.
Updated 28 May 2017.

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