The only online directory just for porcelain painting
China Painters, Fine China, Painting, Resources, Suppliers in Europe & North America
The websites listed below are in English unless otherwise stated. Click on the little "+" sign to see the Categories (subjects) for that entry.
Peinture sur Porcelaine = Porcelain Painting = Porzellan Malen (Bergit Proffen. Cologne, Germany)
http://www.cybercologne.com/wer.htm/porzellan.htm In German.
Added Mar 2001 - Last review 15 Mar 2008
Peinture sur porcelaine et sur faience (Atelier Niclaus Fabienne. Strasbourg, France)
http://perso.wanadoo.fr/niclaus/ In French.
Added Jan 2003
peinture-porcelaine (Veronique Rigaud. Sèvres, France)
Blog discussing the artist's works, with class and product details (studies, books, etc.)
http://peinture-porcelaine.over-blog.com/ In French.
Added May 2011
peinture-porcelaine.com (Atelier Catherine Bergoin. Barberaz, France)
A large and informative site with a comprehensive range of supplies, including accessories and kilns. Consult the online catalogue; inquire about classes and seminars; or order the artist's magazine Le Troisieme Feu. Resources include details of other magazines, painting information, projects by various artists, and lists of teachers, clubs, etc.
http://www.peinture-porcelaine.com/ In French.
Added Mar 2001 - Last review 16 Feb 2011
Pendrell Hall College (Codsall Wood, England, United Kingdom)
Subjects include short china painting courses in this listed Victorian residence.
Added Feb 2001 - Last review 21 May 2007
Pension Ott (Radebeul, Germany)
Offer guests one week painting courses at Porzellanmalerei Ott.
http://www.pension-ott.de/ In German.
Added Apr 2002
Peter Lavem (Paris, France)
This ceramic supplier's site consists of online catalogs, and includes kilns, brushes and china painting items. Page through the listed studies and books, brushes and paints, some bearing names such as Schjerning, Schira, Isabey, etc.
http://www.peterlavem.com/ In French.
Added Aug 2011 - Last review 7 Jan 2012
Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States)
The Museum has "one of the finest holdings of Delft blue-and-white and polychrome ceramics in the United States." View images from the collection, or purchase the book by conservator Ella B. Schaap.
Added Apr 2006
PHILIPPE DESHOULIÈRES (Foecy, France)
Porcelain makers since 1826; distributors listed. Table-, hotel- and giftware shown, with a good range of whiteware and a limited edition service designed with Claude Picasso.
Collections at the associated Musée Vivant de la Porcelaine include porcelain, famous works, moulds and machinery, etc. Visit for guided tours, historical exhibits and videos; training at the decoration workshop; or to buy at the factory shop.
http://www.ph-deshoulieres.com/ In English & French.
Added Sep 2002 - Last review 31 Jan 2006
Phyllis J McElhinney Porcelain Artist (Lathrop, Missouri, United States)
Teacher known for her roses offers seminars and supplies, including porcelain night lights.
Site also includes details of the annual Midwest Porcelain Art School held in Excelsior Springs, Missouri.
Added Nov 2008