Hahnemuhle Watercolor Paper Review!

Hi friends! Today I’m reviewing a few cold pressed watercolor papers from Hahnemuhle. I have been hearing about this line of papers from my European viewers for years citing their availability and affordability so I was excited to test them out.

American viewers can find some of these papers on Amazon. These papers are common in Europe in shops and online retailers. Find out more on their official website.

I had a few question on the video on the difference between the Cezanne and Expression paper as they are both #140 CP cotton paper and the only difference I could find was in the texture. The Cezanne is mould made which yields a lovely random natural texture where the expression has a more uniform machine-made texture.

I was really pleased with the cotton papers by Hahnemuhle. The sketchbook and post cards were a bit thin however they still preformed nicely. This brand has other papers too but I was very impressed with the assortment of cold pressed papers they sent. I was sent these papers for free for review purposes but I was not paid to review them, this is not a sponsored post. I hope you found this overview useful. Thank for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

 

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4 Responses

  1. I love your reviews, even when my husband frowns, he will be ok. have you tried Soho ac? saw them on sale at Jerry’s artarma. I’m slowly buying artist grade paints. I have some winsor Newton’s but was curious about the sohos since processing was 1.40 approximately a tube.

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  2. I ❤️These papers..have only found in France unfortunately!

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  3. I love Hahnemühle papers. Thank you for the great review!

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  4. I like Hahnemühle Echtbütten 300 nearly as much as Arches although it’s not cotton. I’m glad you introduced me to the Expression paper, I can’t wait to try it out! I never saw Cezanne in art shops yet so I guess I have to order it online. It’s a crazy world when I need to order a German product on amazon although I’m living in Germany and you can buy it in shops in the States! I remember it used to be the same thing with Faber-Castell Gelatos … I even wrote them a mail why I have to order them via America to get them, now they sell them here too.

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