Giclee Prints of Artist Rosemarie Hahn’s Famous “Library” Oil Painting Now Available
Full size Giclee prints are now available on archival canvas in the original size of 28 inches wide by 35 inches high.
Temecula, CA, November 26, 2018 –(PR.com)– Rosemarie Hahn came to the United States from Germany in 1950. She had been painting glowing watercolors of flowers and landscapes reminiscent of Nolde. After settling in Washington, DC area she began painting on canvas in oil and acrylic paints. She developed an interest in man made forms of architecture.
In 1962, she joined Oscar Kokoschka’s School of Vision in Salzburg. With Kokolschka she developed a rapid and uninhibited bruch technique and an appreciation for representational expressionism.
The New York Art Review included her in “Leading Artists,” 1988. She has had 34 individual shows in Europe and the United States. Her first museum show was in the Brooks Memorial Art Gallery in Mamphis, 1976. Her art is represented in the Phillips Gallery, Museum of Modern Art, The Inter-American Development Bank, Art in Embassies, Montgomery County Art Council, the collection of the Sultan of Oman, and numerous collections a round the world. She is the “Who’s Who of American Women,” 1995.
In 1999, she asked Kurt Shafer in California to make her paintings available using the modern Giclee printing process. Kurt has had her “Library” printed on archival canvas and mounted on solid cedar frames.
The fine print can be seen at RoseMarieHahn dot com.
For more information, call Kurt at 951-296-3611