Stiff White Nylon tightly packed into the ferrule. Used for antiquing, cleaning off overspray, crazing, stippling, dry brushing and fabric painting. Excellent for wiping out watercolour. A shorter version of the flats for greater control. ...More info.
A synthetic badger glazing brush ideal for glazing and/or varnishing. A full bodied brush enabling you to load with a lot of medium, when worked edge on this brush will 'dab' or 'stipple'. The feeling of the brush is in between the stiffness of hog and the softness of sable. It has a good spring, is hard wearing and easy to clean. Please note beaver tail handle...More info.
Used extensively by signwriters and yet popular with watercolourists when a firm stroke is required. Sable blended with ox hair. ...More info.
These flat chisel shaped brush also known as a 'one stroke', simply because you can achieve your mark in one stroke. Ideal for a gradual wash in watercolour, with a sharp chisel edge allowing the brush to work on it’s tip and fashion a good line. ...More info.
The Pure Sable Filbert will come to a beautiful point when wet enabling strokes from the point, side edge or flat side of the brush. Perfect for skies and clouds, foliage and general washes. A very useful addition to your watercolour collection. ...More info.
Fashioned on a beaver tail handle for added comfort this 1" is a firm favourite. Please note beaver tail handle length: 1" - approx 5 3/4" 1 1/2" - approx 6 1/2" 2" - approx 6 1/2" ...More info.
A mixture of sable and synthetic mixed together to perhaps offer the best of both worlds. Short Flats allow a much sturdier brush with a stronger "snap" creating sharper edges and control. Ideal for blocking in and impasto. ...More info.
A longer length of brush head offering a good amount of liquid retention. Ideal for larger washes in watercolour and architectural drawings. ...More info.
Ideal for watercolour and oil, the natural characteristics of the Red Sable hair offer a good "belly", allowing a liquid holding capacity greater than, for example "Nylon". Brights (short flats) allow a much sturdier brush with a stronger "snap" creating sharper edges and control. Also ideal for blocking in and impasto. ...More info.
By popular demand the beauty of this shape allows a fine line (without the tremble sometimes associated with a rigger) and amazing effects when twisted side to side. ...More info.
A mixture of sable and synthetic mixed together to perhaps offer the best of both worlds. The rigger shape is similar to a round but with much longer hair, also referred to as a "script" brush. ...More info.
A new addition to our blended range. A useful brush, the dagger is very adaptable and can be used to create long flowing lines. When pressure is applied and the brush 'twisted' through the stroke you can see oriental grass appear as well as petals. Great too in oils when a sharp edge is required and/or fine lines for example, hair in portraiture. The smaller 1/4" size is also available as a poc...More info.
The head is formed to an acute angle which is perfect for "cutting" in effects. The Pure Sable ensures a great carrying capacity with an extremely fine edge for precision. Popular with watercolour, oil and acrylic artists. ...More info.
A soft flat style brush for background washes and 'wet on wet'. Ideal for glazing and fine varnish. ...More info.
I have been asked many times to produce a brush without a point! The Series 79 Pure Sable rounds hold a good amount of liquid to allow continuous painting, which make them ideal for washes and softer strokes. ...More info.
Another beautiful addition to our Kolinsky Sable range. Forms a precise tapered point for 'drawing' and flow whilst having the 'belly' in just the right place to carry liquid elegantly. The length of the head being shorter than a 'designer' (Series 22) and longer than a regular (Series 33). As always the balance of the handle is paramount and we have made no exception here, the 'feel' of them i...More info.
These are a new addition to the range. I designed the Pure Sable Domed Filbert with the oil artist in mind who requires a 'fuller' body to a filbert and a nice domed shaped head rather than the 'cats tongue' style which tends to be more pointed. These have proved popular in both oils and watercolour. For oil artists many use the Series 81's for the finer detail such as in figurative work, aroun...More info.
Ideal for watercolour and oil, the natural characteristics of the Red Sable hair offer a good "belly", allowing a liquid holding capacity greater than, for example "Nylon". The rigger shape is similar to a round but with much longer hair, also referred to as a "script" brush. These are ideal for long continuous strokes with a large carrying capacity. ...More info.
Goat Hair is a naturally soft hair which is typically ideal for washes and blending. This Hake is made in a ferrule style. Ideal for washes and blending. ...More info.
Offers all the qualities of a traditional hake but with a flute style handle which is short and easy to hold. Made from pure Goat Hair. ...More info.
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