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January
"Pingüinos de la Antátida"
Tatiana CipoliBrazilFebruary
"Koi"
Yu JiangChinaMarch
"Rinoceronte"
Richard ParraChileApril
"I See You"
Tai Meng LimMalaysiaMay
"Bontekoe"
Marijke van DrielBelgiumJune
"Not Talking"
Martin BufferyUnited KingdomJuly
"Stier rot"
Elena DrodychevskajaGermanyAugust
"Porträt von Ivy"
Miriam GalassiGermanySeptember
"Dear Deer"
Ada FlorekFranceOctober
"The Lion"
Mohammadreza NajafzadehTurkeyNovember
"Glowing Eyes"
Carina KramerGermanyDecember
"In der Wüste"
Audrey HagemannGermany

January

"Pingüinos de la Antátida"

Tatiana Cipoli
Brazil

February

"Koi"

Yu Jiang
China

March

"Rinoceronte"

Richard Parra
Chile

April

"I See You"

Tai Meng Lim
Malaysia

May

"Bontekoe"

Marijke van Driel
Belgium

June

"Not Talking"

Martin Buffery
United Kingdom

July

"Stier rot"

Elena Drodychevskaja
Germany

August

"Porträt von Ivy"

Miriam Galassi
Germany

September

"Dear Deer"

Ada Florek
France

October

"The Lion"

Mohammadreza Najafzadeh
Turkey

November

"Glowing Eyes"

Carina Kramer
Germany

December

"In der Wüste"

Audrey Hagemann
Germany

Animals - The Hahnemühle Art Calendar 2017

Put a spotlight on your pet or capture a wild creature with pens or paints. The Hahnemühle Art Calendar 2017 demands fascinating animal-world themes.

Over 1,100 artists from 44 countries followed our call and filed more than 2,600 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 “Animals”

The Calendar's Images