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Sketch Book with
light grey paper 
Available in A4 and A3matt, rough andNEW: hot pressedNEW format A5FineArt Inkjet Photo Cards 
Nostalgie SketchbookWatercolour BookFor painting on location

 

Sketch Book with

light grey paper

 

Available in A4 and A3


matt, rough and
NEW: hot pressed

NEW format A5
FineArt Inkjet Photo Cards

 

Nostalgie Sketchbook

Watercolour Book
For painting on location

Blog

22.
March

Photographer Portrait: Italian High Fashion Photographer Gian Paolo Barbieri

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For nearly 60 years, Gian Paolo Barbieri has been at the forefront of international fashion and art photography.  Collaborating with Valentino to invent today’s modern advertising campaign, Barbieri’s work has graced the pages of Italian, American, German, Russian and French version of Vogue,...

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02.
March

Platinum/Palladium Print by Paul Cunningham

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"It´s a magical moment" says Paul Cunningham from The Cunningham Press in Portland, Oregon, when his analog image bursts into life. Enjoy the video about printmaking in the traditional way using alternative techniques and the new uncoated Hahnemühle Platinum Rag paper. Originally developed for...

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16.
Mar

New: Hahnemühle Photo Gloss Baryta 320

Hahnemühle adds a light white barite paper for inkjet printing to their Photo Range. Photo Gloss...

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10.
Feb

Hahnemühle pleased with Creativeworld 2017

“Creativeworld is a major indicator for the market demands and new trends,” suggests Ann Kristin...

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17.
Jan

THE GREY BOOK – the new sketchbook from Hahnemühle

THE GREY BOOK offers light grey paper in the highest quality, covered in an appealing textured...

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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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