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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.
Evelyn's China Designs  (Evelyn Akers. Wimauma, Florida, United States)
Browse displays of custom designs, raised gold paste and tile murals, or inquire about seminars.   
Added Nov 2009
Evelyne Hilairet  (Savigny-Levescault, France)
Presenting the artist's CV, booklets and studies; classes and activities; image galleries with prize-winning works; plus a blog.    In French.
Added May 2015
EVENHEAT KILN, INC.  (Caseville, Michigan, United States)
Wide range of kilns, including miniature and china painting kilns (images shown); also furniture, controllers and vent systems. Some manuals and technical notes available online.   
Added Feb 2001
Everafter Porcelains  (Celee Evans. Mariposa, California, United States)
Artists blog, with images.   
Added Aug 2009
EVERSON MUSEUM OF ART  (Syracuse, New York, United States)
The Museum has one of the largest collections of ceramics in the world, and the largest collection of works by Adelaide Alsop-Robineau (1865-1929). This studio potter, initially a china painter, was known for her 'exquisite porcelains decorated with intricate carvings and crystalline glazes'. She became a major figure in the Arts and Crafts movement and edited the influential magazine Keramic Studio.
The Museum's 2006 Robineau exhibition featured approximately 100 of her works; the June 2016 one more than 70, including her famous Scarab Vase.   
Added Apr 2016  - Last review 8 May 2017
Fabienne porcelaines  (Fabienne Tete. Meaudre, France)
Offering a range of designs influenced by primitive, Aboriginal and African art.    In French.
Added Nov 2011
Faszination Porzellanmalerei  (Antje Ruf. Pforzheim, Germany)
Artist offering a range of modern designs, personalized giftware, and an annual Open House.    In German.
Added Aug 2011
FAUST | HARUN  (Peter Faust & Harun Aschrafi. Altendorf, Switzerland)
This contemporary studio specialises in china painting and design, drawing on European and Asian traditions. Wares range from framed tiles and porcelain sculptures to manufactory designs and other ceramic products.
Browse the artists' page, seminars lisings and galleries. Studio at Altendorf; seminars and showroom at Lachen.    In German.
Added Nov 2011  - Last review 3 May 2015
Federation: Australian Art & Society, 1901-2001  (National Gallery of Australia. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia)
Exhibits include pieces by Jessie Simpson and Marina Shaw; held Dec. 2000-Feb. 2001.   
Added Jan 2004  - Last review 19 Jan 2016
Federica Zana studio d'arte  (Crema, Italy)
Lessons and seminars include 'watercolours' on porcelain, Neoclassical and Renaissance designs, and faux-bisque backgrounds. Online forum and chat.    In English & Italian.
Added Apr 2002

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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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