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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.
Power of Porcelain - Ulf Trittel  (Freising, Germany)
Freelance, Meissen-trained artist and teacher with a background in flower, bird and animal painting. Classes also held in Japan.    In English, German & Japanese.
Added Jul 2004  - Last review 23 Apr 2006  
A forum for 'PPIO folks' to share china painting information, lessons and images, including those from topics raised on the PPIO's mailing list.   
Added Nov 2009
Prairie Museum of Art and History  (Colby, Kansas, United States)
A private Museum whose ceramics collection includes a gallery of early Meissen.   
Added Sep 2002
Preben Gloggengiesser  (Aarhus, Denmark)
View the artist's CV, porcelain and glass painting, plus students' work.    In Danish.
Added Apr 2006  - Last review 27 Aug 2011
Presentation de l'artiste  (Odile Menotti. Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire, France)
This classically trained artist specializes in modern styles, teaching in Paris and Tours. View her painted wares, books and class details.    In French.
Added Apr 2011
Priscilla's Parlor  (Prisilla Cipolletti. Clare, Michigan, United States)
Handpainted porcelain, collectables, etc.   
Added Oct 2009
QPAInc.  (Queensland Porcelain Artists Inc. Brisbane, Queensland, Australia)
Includes a members' gallery, painting tips and list of teachers.   
Added Jan 2008
Quality Porcelain Resources  (Paula LaVergne. Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States)
Inquire about QPR teaching seminars, or their remaining stock of ArtFilipe products.   
Added Jun 2010  - Last review 12 Mar 2016
Quebec Porcelain Painters  (Quebec, Canada)
View examples of "Quebec's art on porcelain", plus details of the next Porcelain Artists of Canada Biennial National Convention.    In English & French.
Added Oct 2014
Queensland Museum  (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia)
Ben Ronalds, a Brisbane-based glass worker, collected ceramics and glass, specializing in Royal Worcester porcelain. The Museum now holds this world-standard collection of some 800+ pieces. The Collection is not on permanent display but its 'Children of the Nations' figurines feature in the Museum's early childhood book, Count Me First.   
Added Jun 2015

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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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