You’re bound to know how it feels to stand, simply astonished, in front of the shelf containing all the beautiful artist papers in the specialist store, or to browse through the online dealers, wondering what paper you should get? What paper texture suits your subject? What’s the difference between genuine mould-made paper and Watercolour paper?…more
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.
Maria Harmony Gratia Bruchmann (USA) on her pastel painting “Beekeeping in the city”, the June motif in Hahnemühle´s art calendar 2016. I’m a self taught, art history interested, environmentally aware and scientifically oriented person, trying to find enlightenment in what I do. I love to paint to find the innermost circle of my soul and…more
We thank you for the trust you are setting in our papers. You turned 2014 into one of the most successful years in our company’s 430 years of history. We wish you a relaxing Christmas time and a creative start for 2015! We will be back for you here and on all other Social Media…more
“Image selection is done, print production is running …” Romano P. Riedo informed us from Switzerland on his upcoming project. The winner of the Swiss Press Photo Awards 2014 prints its multi award winning black and white series ‘Hinterland’ (Back Country) on the new Hahnemühle Photo Silk Baryta for Oberstdorf Photo Summit (8 to 14…more
We are happy to announce that Hahnemühle Photo Silk Baryta 310 has been awarded ‘Best Inkjet Photo Paper’ by TIPA (Technical Image Presse Association). It´s the fifth award for a Hahnemühle paper. The jury stated on our new archival, inkjet, baryta photo paper:
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