We start the 4th Christmas competition of the holiday season, with an exclusive prize of Hahnemühle art calendars ready for 2018!  Bring elements of the seaside into your home, studio or office with twelve maritime motifs from this year’s annual painting competition. The lucky three winners will own a limited edition prize, which is not for sale and only available to be won on the Hahnemühle blog.

Comment below if you wish to participate by 11am, UK time, on January 2nd, 2018.*

The winners will be informed by email after the closing deadline.

We wish all participants good luck and thank you for your confidence in our products, your loyalty and creativity in 2017.

We will be back for you on all Hahnemühle social media channels from the 2nd January 2018.

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a lovely start to your new year
Your Hahnemühle team

* If you commented on our blog for the first time, sometimes your comment won’t be visible until the next working day, as we have to confirm the first comment manually. All comments received by the deadline will be included in the draw. We ask for your understanding.


January, 3rd 2018:

Winners had been chosen. Congrats to Silvia, Barry W. and Thomas B.! Please answer to our email you will receive.


  1. I would simply love to have one of these calendars. It would have pride of place in my office. Merry Christmas to all!

  2. I’d like to participate.
    Merry Christmas and thanks to the Hahnemuhle team for being so dedicated to the clients!
    May 2018 bring us creativity and many wonderful arts to share <3

  3. Hello, I would love to participate! This looks like a beautiful way to start the New Year and something to remind me to keep creating with Hahnemühle all through the year!

  4. I would love to join this raffle! I have no calendar for next year yet! haha
    I have joined the competion for this calender myself, but I didn’t make it haha, But I love all the works in there! would be awesome if I can hang it in my room.

  5. Lovely. Thank you. “Not believe in Santa Claus! You might as well not believe in fairies!” ― Francis Pharcellus Church

  6. There is an great picture of my cousin in.
    I am so proud of her.
    Would be nice to win one.

  7. Would love to participate in your drawing. The calendar looks like it would provide wonderful inspiration!

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