How to use myartregistry.com?

myartregistry.com is a tool offering artists the possibility to administrate their Certificates of Authenticity online. You can find an explanation of the certificate system on the Hahnemühle website.

myartregistry.com works with the ‘Triton’ hologram (discontinued) and the current certificate with ‘Rooster’ hologram. Please find images of the holograms below.

The website is subdivided into two sections:

  • The public area allowing everyone to gather information on all registered artworks. In a ImageFlow, 25 images are displayed; 25 additional pictures can be displayed by clicking the button ‘More images’. The pictures uploaded last come first. The ‘Search’ button allows for a selective search by entering details of the artist, the title of the work of art or the certificate number. For navigating, use left and right buttons or the mouse.

  • The administrative area for artists who would like to register their artworks. To administrate works of art, a free-of-charge registration is required. If you would like to register your certified artwork please follow the ‘Artist Login’ button.

  

Hahnemühle Echtheitszertifikat 

Double-clicking an image will make an information site appear, providing the following details:

  • Artist – Artist name
  • Print Title – Image name
  • Certificate – Certificate number
  • Media type – used media
  • Printer – Fine Art printer
  • Ink type
  • Description

To contact an artist please click on the link next to to the artist’s name. Should you be interested in an image, the respective artist can provide you with additional information.

We wish you a lot of fun while browsing the website.
The myartregistry.com team

 

The photographer/artist assures that the low-res photographs (thumbnail) of all works of art uploaded by him/her are free of third party rights and that he/she may freely dispose of them. He/she also assures that persons depicted or the owners of the rights to depicted works of fine or applied art, as well as the authors of images from which the depicted photographs/works of art were created by editing or redesigning, have given their consent to publication and exploitation in verifiable form. The photographer/artist shall indemnify Hahnemühle against all claims asserted against Hahnemühle by third parties on account of an infringement of their rights. The indemnity obligation shall also include the costs incurred by Hahnemühle in defending such claims. The obligation to indemnify shall not apply if the photographer proves that the artist is not at fault.