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January
"Mar Oceano"
Carlos A. Rojas PlacidoMexicoFebruary
"In der Takelage"
Claudia HaslerGemanyMarch
"Durch Licht und Wasser"
Michael JastrzembskiGermanyApril
"Strandgut"
Lilly GotheGermanyMay
"Dock 2"
Sabine Schindler-MarlowGermanyJune
"Amiche da spaggia"
Katia FornaroliItalyJuly
"Strandgras"
Susanne SchnabelGermanyAugust
"Alter Bootssteg"
Ilonka Münsterer-MaarGermanySeptember
"Fishing at sunset"
Jan MinNetherlandOctober
"Fishes in water"
Ariadna de RaadtNetherlandNovember
"Marine Dreams"
Anna AndreevskykhRussiaDecember
"Fehmarn Westküste"
Björn KirsteGermany

January

"Mar Oceano"

Carlos A. Rojas Placido
Mexico

February

"In der Takelage"

Claudia Hasler
Gemany

March

"Durch Licht und Wasser"

Michael Jastrzembski
Germany

April

"Strandgut"

Lilly Gothe
Germany

May

"Dock 2"

Sabine Schindler-Marlow
Germany

June

"Amiche da spaggia"

Katia Fornaroli
Italy

July

"Strandgras"

Susanne Schnabel
Germany

August

"Alter Bootssteg"

Ilonka Münsterer-Maar
Germany

September

"Fishing at sunset"

Jan Min
Netherland

October

"Fishes in water"

Ariadna de Raadt
Netherland

November

"Marine Dreams"

Anna Andreevskykh
Russia

December

"Fehmarn Westküste"

Björn Kirste
Germany

Maritime World - The Hahnemühle Art Calendar 2018

Wild waters, exuberant beach life, tasty seafood or nautical fashion. The Hahnemühle Art Calendar 2018 is supposed to feature everything that’s typically maritime.

Over 750 artists from 36 countries followed our call and filed more than 1,700 images.

Many thanks to all participants!

Out of all these unique artworks the jury has chosen the 12 calendar images. Now you can see yourself how different the winning pictures deal with the topic "Maritime World"

The Calendar's Images