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  • Wall picture Flaming Soul, New Crystal Glaze World of Meissen, 53 x 53 cm
  • Wall Plate II "Lion of Fo", Lim. 25, Ø 31 cm
  • Wall plate, Ø 49 cm
  • Wall plate Tulips, Lim. 25, T 29 cm
  • Wall painting Oleander, Lim. 10, Ø 50 cm
  • Wall picture, 23 x 23 cm
  • Wall picture, 23 x 23 cm
  • Wall picture, 43 x 30 cm
  • Wall picture Fabulous Floral Flourish, Lim. 15, H 60 cm
  • Wall plate, Ø 25,5 cm
  • Wall Plate I "Lion of Fo", Lim. 25, Ø 31 cm
  • Wall plate I, Grasses and Dragonflies, Lim. 25, Shape "No 41"
  • Wall plate II, Grasses and Dragonflies, Lim. 25, Shape "No 41"
  • Wall plate III, Grasses and Dragonflies, Lim. 25, Shape "No 41"
  • Wall picture Unique object Spallt, 74 x 153 cm
  • Wall picture Unique object Smoke Train, 52 x 138 cm
  • Wall picture Unique object Black Eye, Unique piece by Otto Piene, 75 x 88 cm
  • Wall picture Unique object Double Snow, Unique piece by Otto Piene, 75 x 88 cm
  • Wall picture Unique object Dots, Unique piece Otto Piene, 44 x 75 cm
  • Wall picture Unique object Schiefergrau I, Unique piece Otto Piene, 44 x 75 cm
  • Wall painting "Lustra", Unique piece Irina Polin, 72 x 42 cm
  • Wall plate "Tamara driving in Zürich in 2009", Unique piece Irina Polin, Ø 46 cm
  • Wall painting "7 Graces", Unique piece Ahmad Moualla, 45 x 53 cm
  • Wall picture Unique object o.T., Unique piece Jen Ray, 26 x 21 cm
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Porcelain wall paintings

Porcelain wall paintings represent a relatively young genre for MEISSEN. That said, it is also one that draws on the manufactory’s wide variety of motifs and colour palettes more than perhaps any other. It is by far the most challenging discipline in terms of porcelain painting and is only mastered by the most experienced artists. What makes it so challenging compared to painting on canvas are the technical requirements of the pigments, which must be fired in successive steps at varying temperatures: first the heat-resistant green or blue underglaze colours, followed by in-glaze painting techniques, and lastly any gaps are filled in with overglaze paints, which only develop their characteristic brilliance after the final firing. The motifs for these paintings range from vibrant, colourful florals inspired by the Old Masters to animal studies, hunting scenes, or completely abstract motifs, including a number of one-of-a-kind pieces that were created in cooperation with contemporary artists.