The Series 77 Short Flats are also known as "brights" allow a much sturdier brush with a stronger "snap" creating sharper edges and control. They are also ideal for "blocking in", larger washes More Info >>
White goat hair offers a huge liquid carrying capacity for watercolour washes.
The Series 882 are perfect for 'knocking' back edges in oils and blending.
They are also an ideal cleaning brush for More Info >>
The Series 304 will help you loosen up your work, whilst retaining a beautiful tapered point. They have an excellent carrying capacity of both pigment and water, and are have much more spring than More Info >>
Designed by Paul Weaver. Although a large brush we have tapered this down to an extreme point. Capable of large washes yet, the fine point allows the most finest detail. Designed to be used with More Info >>
The Rigger brush (also known as a liner or script brush) is great for thin, fine lines. For example, tree branches, tufts of grass, hair and of course for drawing. The longer length of the hair gives More Info >>
The Red Dot Combers are excellent for hair, fur, grasses and smoothing out a sharp edge. A favourite for figurative oil painters on the longer handle, and watercolour landscape painters on the More Info >>
The Series 2095 are a shorter round which allows for more precise strokes. Packed tightly in the ferrule, the belly of the brush is shorter and thus, so is the point, giving extra strength and More Info >>
When too much paint has been distributed on the surface and then a fan brush has been used over the painted area, the fan brush can smear all the work and lower the intensity of the colors. This More Info >>