“It was a great pleasure for me to test the paper in advance and I can imagine, to work with the paper permanently. I prefer it to other papers I’ve used so far.” Ewa Ludwiczak, painter, about a new hot pressed watercolour paper by Hahnemühle. Click for more information about the paper which will be…

From the studio: How the watercolour “The promenade near the cabbage market” arises

The October motif of Hahnemühle’s art calendar 2016 has been contributed by Dr. Sabine Waldmann-Brun. The artwork from the painting contest was submitted under the motto “Nature in the City”. The artist tells us in our series “From the Studio” how her painting was made. “Technique and paper: Watercolour, Gouache and coloured ink on Mould-made…

From the studio: A watercolour painting from India for Hahnemühle´s calendar contest

Kudalayya Hiremath from India on his July motive in Hahnemühle´s art calendar 2016 ” Greenary on Terrace”: I have done many city landscapes so far. The greenery in a watercolour cityscape makes it striking. When I heard about the calendar contest with the topic ‘Nature in city’, the memories of my earlier cityscapes came back…

Perfect on Hahnemühle paper: Painted originals and their digital reproductions

Karin Kuthe reports in the following article about her experiences with digital reproductions of her traditionally painted pictures. The highly experienced artist works in the techniques of watercolour, acrylic and pastel on traditional artist papers from Hahnemühle. For a few years she has reproduced her originals on Hahnemühle Digital FineArt papers as inkjet prints. She…