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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.
MaryAlice  (Marie Alice Pipereau. Grenay, France)
Added May 2003
maryland china  (Reisterstown, Maryland, United States)
A wholesaler with a large range including porcelain, bone china and custom ware (plain or decorated); they also offer direct import services. China painting supplies include decals, studies and Cress kilns. There is also a gallery page featuring various artists.   
Added Nov 2000  - Last review 8 Jul 2005  (Rome, Italy)
Offering courses, including china painting; a small students' gallery; and online shop with selected supplies.    In various languages.
Added May 2007  - Last review 1 Feb 2011
Mati  (Annamaria Martina. Pinerolo, Italy)
Work includes china painting, 'tableau' and murals.    In French & Italian.
Added Aug 2001  - Last review 31 Dec 2009
matsurika  (Keiko Shimizu. Tokyo, Japan)
Browse the galleries and china painting information, or inquire about books and lessons.    In English & Japanese.
Added Mar 2018
MC Fornos  (Itajai, Brazil)
Pottery and glass kilns with accessories, plus 'faianca' whiteware.    In Portuguese.
Added Feb 1002
Meissen  (Der fürstenzug. Meißen, Germany)
'The first porcelain manufactory in Europe', founded in 1710, still employs traditional methods, factory-trained artists and hand painting. Their design range covers 'an estimated 150.000 articles', and can draw on 100.000 more 'documents and moulds.' Read about their history and marks; special editions; and services such as restorations and painting seminars.
The Porzellanmuseum displays about 3,000 pieces from its large Meissen collection, ranging from thimbles to huge vases and centrepieces. Its demonstration workshops show pieces being made and painted, and guided tours cater for foreign languages.
Other resources include a list of authorised retailers and a friends' club.    In various languages.
Added Apr 2002  - Last review 18 Mar 2017
meissen museum  (Hakone Meissen Antique Museum. Hakone, Japan)
This Museum holds 1,000+ items of Meissen porcelain and European cups and saucers, displayed 300 at a time. Group tours available.
Most pages in Japanese.    In English & Japanese.
Added Nov 2017
Melanie Foster  (Atelier für Malerei. Bad Pyrmont, Germany)
Fürstenberg-trained china painter and multimedia artist whose work includes tableware, tiles, painted eggs and pattern matching; seminars usually specialise in plants and animals. Purchase selected tools and supplies, plus books and studies, from her online store.    In English, French & German.
Added Jan 2006  - Last review 2 Mar 2018
Melanie Sherman CERAMICS  (Kansas City, Missouri, United States)
This artist's handmade wares reference 18th-century European porcelain, with surface decoration drawing on both traditional Eastern and European china painting techniques. Browse, buy online, or inquire about private lessons.   
Added Aug 2016

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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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