Painter and lithographer, Göran Hahne, is acclaimed throughout his native Scandinavia.
He had his first exhibition when he was 14, studied graphic design, worked in advertising and as a travelling landscape artist for a Swedish publisher.
Now living in Dorset he is inspired by the villages, traditional buildings, harbours and seascapes. He is happy to take commissions.
Göran’s lithographs, each printed with 16 different colours, are enormously popular in Scandinavia and his distinctive watercolour style is fast becoming popular in Britain. Göran uses masking tape to create an extraordinary mosaic effect with his work giving it that distinctive contemporary look.