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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.
Iowa World Organization of China Painters  (Iowa, United States)
About IWOCP and its activities, with a list of local clubs, teachers, and Convention images. IWOCP is also on Facebook.
http://www.iwocp.com/   
Added Jul 2014
Iparművészeti Múzeum  (Budapest, Hungary)
The ceramics collection of the Museum of Applied Arts contains about 25,000 pieces of faience, porcelain, stoneware, glassware, stoves and stovetiles. The European section features early Meissen pieces, plus porcelain from Vienna, Scandinavia, Saint Petersburg, etc.; while the historical Hungarian collection includes many Herend and Zsolnay wares.
Visit in person to see the collections, and the famous Zsolnay ceramics that decorate the building.
http://www.imm.hu/    In English & Hungarian.
Added Apr 2006
IPAT Asia Chapter  
About the Chapter and its activities, such as exhibitions, study trips and lectures. View the numerous images, large members' gallery and online studies.
A member of International Porcelain Artists and Teachers, Inc.
http://www.asporcelainpainting.com/   
Added Feb 2013
IPAT: INTERNATIONAL PORCELAIN ARTISTS AND TEACHERS  
Read about the organization, its activities, office bearers and Masters certification. IPAT has an office and Museum at Grapevine, Texas, and membership is open to all. They publish the Porcelain artist magazine and some Certification lesson books, and their Portrait Society issues a quarterly newsletter.
http://www.ipatinc.com/   
Added Feb 2008  - Last review 12 Jun 2016
IRENA-PORCELAIN  (Irena Goden. Saint-Pierre-du-Perray, France)
View the artist's work; shop for paints, decals, etc.; or download a catalog.
Further images and examples on Facebook.
http://www.irena-porcelaine.com/    In French.
Added May 2015
Irene's Teas, etc.  (Irene Nielsen. Lindsborg, Kansas, United States)
Tea shop also offering porcelain gifts; painting lessons; and the Heartland Porcelain Art School (with guest teachers).
http://www.irenes-teas.com/   
Added Mar 2004  - Last review 23 Mar 2007
Ironbridge Gorge Museums  (Ironbridge, England, United Kingdom)
Museums include the Coalport China Museum on the site of the old China Works. One original bottle kiln displays Coalport and Caughley china; see the Collections area for further information and images. Some demonstrations available.
The Jackfield Tile Museum displays wall and floor tiles in a Victorian decorative tile factory. Tours and workshops available; Research Library open by appointment.
http://www.ironbridge.org.uk/   
Added Nov 2001
Isabelle Lafargue  (Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada)
This artist paints original, traditional or modern-style designs on Limoges porcelain.
http://www.isabellelafargue.ca/    In English & French.
Added Jul 2014
Ita-Suomen Posliininmaalaajat ry  (Finland)
Details about this Eastern Finland association and its activities.
http://www.itasuomenposliininmaalaajat.com/    In Finnish.
Added Sep 2011
ITALIA SHOW: L'ARTE DELLA PORCELLANA  (San Giorgio Canavese, Italy)
An annual, international exhibition and competition for porcelain or ceramic artists, with demonstrations and sales; site includes images from previous shows. Promoter: La Bottega delle ceramiche.
http://www.porcelainshow.com/    In English, French & Italian.
Added May 2015  - Last review 30 May 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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