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  • They produced exquisitely detailed hand-painted trains, as well as models of great train stations, bridges and buildings, many of them destroyed during World Wars I and II.

    Now Arriving: A Giant Toy-Train Offering

  • Ai Weiwei, 'Kui Hua 2,' 2009, porcelain, 1.000 kg, dimensions vary with installation, courtesy of the artist and Galerie Urs Meile, Beijing-Lucerne For "Kui Hua 2" 2009, he hand-painted porcelain "seeds."

    The Art of Resistance

  • Hundreds of ceramic artisans in Jingdezhen, China, created the 100 million handmade and hand-painted replicas of sunflower seeds used in Mr. Ai's 2010 installation at the Tate Modern museum in London.

    Sowing Seeds of Discussion

  • If you are prepared to invest $195, you can pre-order the hand-painted, 40-centimeter 16-inch “Portrait of a Princess” doll.

    10 Ways You Can Get Into the Spirit of the Royal Wedding

  • Above the table was a hand-painted sign that read WHEEL OF CHANCE.

    Manifesting Michelangelo

  • Beyond the buses and some silent stretches of corn and soybean fields was an overgrown rectangular weed yard filled with junked tractors, lawn mowers, and agricultural equipment, some of it antiquated; a hand-painted sign on weathered plywood in front of the wreckage read tractors wanted dead or alive.

    So Much Pretty

  • The wood-paneled walls were decorated with a mix of neon beer signs and hand-painted wildlife scenes.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • Queen Aziza released a weary sigh and brought two hand-painted platters with food to the table, then set them down.

    Surrender the Dark

  • In its glory days, Land's End was said to feature marble, parquet and wide wood-planked floors, Palladian windows and hand-painted wallpaper.

    N.Y. mansion linked to 'Great Gatsby' being razed

  • Copy of the original publication of the hand-painted cover edition of 25 copies. from WINTER BOOK, Ellis Press, 2002; originally published by Chris Halla, Page 5, #6, (Limited Edition), 1995, as a chapter of an experimental novel, WHAT I KNOW BY HEART SO FAR.

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