Born in the Netherlands and trained in Amsterdam and Krakow, Nan Mulder was a resident of Scotland until just recently returning to the Netherlands. She has traveled extensively and the viewer senses how her travels and life experiences have influenced her work. Her most recent works reflect her time spent in India and Nepal – prayer, spiritual objects in the hands of friends and sacred offerings.

An articulate advocate for printmaking in general and mezzotint in particular, Ms. Mulder has also used her considerable talents to obtain a MA (with honors) in English Literature at the University of Edinburgh. She has penned a number of articles about mezzotints and mezzotint artists that show a passion for her subject and deep knowledge of both history and technique.


1992 -1996 University of Edinburgh - MA (Hons) Class 2.1 English Literature.

1973 -1974 Gerrit Rietveld Academie - Postgraduate study in Painting. Amsterdam.

1972 -1973 Academii Sztuk Pienknych - Scholarship in Printmaking - Art College Krakow, Poland.

1967-1972 Gerrit Rietveld Academie – National Diploma of Art: Drawing and Printmaking, Amsterdam

Selected Awards:

2015 Invited artist to the 10th International Graphic Symposium at Castle Mojmirovce, Slovakia.

2011 shortlisted at the First International Mezzotint Festival Yekaterinburg, Russia

Selected Exhibitions:

2015 PostPost Umbrella Studio, Townsville, Australia

2015 Juror and guest of the Festival Third International Mezzotint Festival, Yekaterinburg, Russia

2014 Ansence & Presence – Al Mutanabbi Street project, San Francisco Center for the Book, USA

2014The Secret of Mezzotint, Art of Darkness – Galerie Epreuve d’ Artiste, Antwerp, Belgium

2012 Epruve d’Artiste in China, International Graphics Art Collection, Tianjin, China

2012 Exposite – Galerie Bozana Milic, Zutphen, the Netherlands

2010 Baffin Street Gallery, Pirongia, New Zealand