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Cézanne hot pressedPurest Filter Paper!Tipa Award 2014: Hahnemühle Photo Silk Baryta is the 'Best Inkjet Photo Paper'Style Sketch Sketching in a stylish way with HahnemühleTime to Shinewith Hahnemühle Canvas Metallic

New: Leonardo and

Cézanne hot pressed

Purest Filter Paper!

Tipa Award 2014:
Hahnemühle Photo Silk Baryta is the 'Best Inkjet Photo Paper'

Style Sketch
Sketching in a stylish way with Hahnemühle

Time to Shine
with Hahnemühle Canvas Metallic

26.
November
Blog

The art of botanical painting

written by Bettina Scheerbarth - 0 comments

Hahnemühle congratulates British artist Sarah Caswell for winning the Audience Award at the exhibition "Medicinal and poisonous plants" at Palmengarten (Palmgarden), Frankfurt/Germany. The British "Society of Botanical Artists" (SBA) presented there for the third time the impressive work of its...

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18.
November
Blog

Hahnemühle Art Calendar 2015

written by Barbara Knipper - 0 comments

The waiting has come to an end, we are happy to announce the winners of this years Hahnemühle calendar competition 2015. We are more than pleased that we received more than 1,200 entries from 46 countries. The interpretation and realisation of the theme "contrasts" has fascinated the jury and...

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26.
Sep

Hahnemühle success at photokina

Exquisite FineArt prints, new products and ‘Artist Signings’ at the Hahnemühle booth on every...

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17.
Sep

Hahnemühle FineArt as world market leader at Photokina

The world's largest photo exhibition began on 16 September 2014 in Cologne with an...

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19.
Aug

New Baryta-Paper and Artist Signing

Hahnemühle invites six photographers for Artist Signing sessions on each photokina day. An...

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Green Rooster

Welcome to Green Rooster – Hahnemühle’s Environmental Initiative

For more than 425 years, clean water and natural fibres have represented the foundation for our success. Without these raw materials, producing our fine papers would be just impossible... 

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