Hahnemühle´s 2018 Calendar Painting Competition – Shortlist for a “Maritime World”

Rolling waves, majestic sea animals, rural coastal landscapes and colourful beach life …

Everything that is classically nautical can be found in our exclusive 2018 Hahnemühle FineArt Calendar. We therefore proudly present the video of shortlisted calendar paintings. Thank you to ALL participants who took part in the competition!

We have had an outstanding response. With more than 750 artists, from 36 countries, who have submitted a remarkable 1700 pictures. We are absolutely thrilled about the sheer volume and high quality work that we have received. There has been so much creativity in motifs, style and techniques.

Our final announcement of the 12 winners will be made in October 2017, so stay tuned for our next announcement, and keep your fingers crossed!

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Hahnemühle Hand Lettering Pad

We love Hand Lettering … on the right paper!

When letters become art, Hahnemühle comes into play with a specially designed paper: we proudly present our new Hand Lettering pads. The light-white, smooth paper fits the needs of lettering artists perfectly. We asked them about the more

My biggest surprise – THE GREY BOOK

Written by Pedro Alves, Archtect & Urban Sketcher, Portugal  - Lunch Break SketchesHere's my biggest surprise since I'm a experienced sketcher: The absolutely fantastic Grey Book by German manufacturers Hahnemühle. With 40 sheets / 80 more

The art of etching

Dr. Claudia Binder describes her etchings as fine-grained, multi-layered and associative. To capture the “impression of a moment” in her prints thrilled the medical doctor and artist.

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“It´s a magical moment” says Paul Cunningham from The Cunningham Press in Portland, Oregon, when his analog image bursts into life. Enjoy the video about printmaking in the traditional way using alternative techniques and the new uncoated Hahnemühle Platinum Rag paper. Originally developed for platinum and palladium printing, the paper is used and recommended for cyanotype, Kallitype, Van Dyke, salt and gum printing as well as carbon printing. For more information on the paper and quotes from artists click over for our story of how the paper was born.

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