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New from Hahnemühle - Hahnemühle FineArt present two new canvas qualities.
Daguerre Canvas and Monet Canvas are the two remarkable new canvas qualities from Hahnemühle. Both canvases have been specifically developed for fine art inkjet printing, and have a very fine structure.
Daguerre Canvas is an artist canvas made of poly-cotton. The high white brightness provides clear, fresh colours and contrasts for colour and black-and-white reproductions. As the name suggests, Daguerre canvas is particularly suitable for photo printing.
Monet Canvas has a neutral white base tone and is made of 100% cotton. Its outstanding characteristics are highly respected and recommended for art reproduction as well for high-quality photo printing with painting effect. The high surface weights of these new canvases, 400 gsm and 410 gsm, give them a robust, but tactile surface texture. The A3 format, available in boxes of 20 sheets, is new in the assortment for both new Canvas qualities and ideal for stretching 8 x 10in canvases. Hahnemühle’s well established Canvas Satin 340 gsm, which presents a brilliant matte finish with satin coating, has now been re-branded and also gained a famous name: "Goya Canvas". It is now available in a new 17in wide roll. Due to the unique characteristics of this brand new canvas collection, Hahnemühle has created a new product group, FineArt Canvas, packaged in a distinctive white box.
In addition, Hahnemühle’s well-known Digital FineArt Collection has also been restructured. New colour boxes and collection names make the choice from the extensive product range even easier for consumers. The Matt FineArt collection contains real artist papers with a matte premium inkjet coating. Their surfaces vary from smooth to textured. Matt FineArt products are easy to identify in a new silver box with a new layout. The Glossy FineArt collection comprises all products with a glossy premium inkjet coating. The gloss range extends from subtle gloss (satin) to mid lustre (pearl) through to high gloss (baryta). The new black box is the signature for this new product group. Complementing the range, Hahnemühle has also introduced an exclusive green box for its resource-saving Bamboo products which are made of 90% bamboo fibres.
The Hahnemühle paper mill has been producing quality artist’s papers for over 420 years. Since its founding in 1584 they have developed experience and a tradition of excellence in art materials that is now been brought to the digital age, and fine art Inkjet printing. The German based company whose headquarters are in Dassel, has 150 employees worldwide.
For more information, please visit the Hahnemuhle website.