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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.
The art of Sabrina Pedron (Rome, Italy)
Browse works by this artist and dollmaker. Inquire about workshops, or weekly painting lessons held in collaboration with the Studio d'arte Urbinelli.
http://www.truecolors-hobby.com/ In Italian.
Added Oct 2014
The Art Parlor by Cindy L. Moore (Pomona, California, United States)
Painter selling glass supplies such as lamps and shades, studies, etc.
Added Jun 2004
The Artful Crafter (Eileen Bergen. Laredo, Texas, United States)
Added Oct 2006 - Last review 12 Oct 2009
The Ashmolean (Ashmolean Museum. Oxford, England, United Kingdom)
Britain's "oldest public museum" has a fine ceramics collection, ranging from prehistoric pieces through to English delftware, European porcelain, and the Marshall Collection of Worcester porcelain. The latter is the largest and most comprehensive collection of early Worcester porcelain in existence. The Museum's PotWeb shows selected pieces, while the ANU's ArtServe shows more Ashmolean ceramics.
Added Oct 2008
The Bell By Ricky Vuckovic
A free app (for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad) based on a bell painted by Canberra-based artist and teacher Tanja Prosenik.
Download available from a number of sites.
Added Dec 2011 - Last review 1 Jan 2013
The BLUE TONGUE STUDIO (Nambucca Valley, New South Wales, Australia)
"Conservation & restoration of ceramics" (examples shown), with training courses available. Site includes information about the Birks / Birks Rawlins and Goodfellow potteries of Stoke on Trent.
Added Apr 2002 - Last review 22 Apr 2008
The BonBon Gallery (Bonny A. Eberly. Binghamton, New York, United States)
Porcelain artist and webmaster whose online Gallery hosts her own site, plus other artists' independent studio sites.
Added Nov 2008 - Last review 25 Apr 2010
THE BOWES MUSEUM (Barnard Castle, England, United Kingdom)
Read about the Museum and its activities; take a brief virtual tour and search the collections online; or visit to see "outstanding" ceramics from about 5000 items of oriental export and European porcelain, exhibition pieces, etc., housed in what is "essentially a French museum on British soil."
Added Oct 2002 - Last review 4 May 2008
The British Museum (London, England, United Kingdom)
Several Departments include ceramics; for example, the Department of Medieval and Modern Europe has pieces from Sevres, Meissen, Rozenburg, etc. Guided and audio tours available, plus virtual tours and images from a searchable database.
http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/ In various languages.
Added Nov 2001 - Last review 11 Apr 2005
The China Decorator
An American magazine, published bi-monthly by owner Jeanne Valentine; back issues, books and studies also available. Site includes an online index and lists coming events.
Added Feb 2010