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Create tiny points of lights or brush on giant swaths of vibrant pigments with a range of brushes for oil, acrylics and watercolors. An artist brush consists of three parts: the handle (usually made of wood), the ferrule (it holds the hairs onto the handle), and the hairs or bristles which can be synthetic or natural. The very tip of the hairs are called the brush's "toe".
The size of a brush is indicated by a number printed on the handle, usually starting from 00 (the smallest) and going up in size. The higher the number, the bigger or wider a brush is. There is little consistency between brush manufacturers as to what these sizes actually measure, so a number 10 in one brand can be a different size to a number 10 in another.
Escoda is truly a brush like no other. Making brushes since 1933, the Escoda family creates the finest in handmade brushes created to last a lifetime. Whether you prefer synthetic, bristle or sable, an Escoda brush will always be the Cadillac of its class. With a triple crimped ferrule and tufts set deeper than any other brush brand, Escoda brushes have a spring and resilience that is more responsive with sharp points and crisp edges.
We proudly carry the Clasico, Natural, Optimo, Opera, Modernista and Prado series brushes in a range of sizes.
Princeton brushes run the gamut from fine artist brushes to craft and hobby varieties and we make sure to stock a wide range. Princeton's artist range of brushes are still made by hand as the old masters used to do.
We carry the Neptune (7150), 4050, 3050, 6150, 4350, 6250, 6600, 6100 and 6300 series brushes. For craft and hobbyists, we carry the full line of Real Value brushes from Princeton.
Silverbrush paint brushes, established in 1991, is a favorite of professional artists for quality brushes reasonably priced.
We carry Black Velvet, Black Pearl, Silver White, Bristlon, Ruby Satin, Crystal, Sterling Studio, Monza and Wash & Blend series brushes from this maker.
Winsor & Newton has been making brushes for over 150 years and it shows. Created with the finest quality materials and expert craftmanship, Winsor & Newton brushes are suitable for fine artists working in any medium.
We carry Artists' Oil, Sceptre Gold, Series 7 and Monarch brushes in a variety of sizes.
Loew-Cornell provide brushes for hobbyists and intermediate to advanced fine artists. Loew-Cornell brushes have the widest range of unique shapes to create innovative brush techniques.
We stock White Nylon, American Painter and La Corneille series in this brand.
Daler-Rowney Simply Simmons brushes are a line of quality brushes for students, amateurs and professionals. This highly successful range of brushes enjoys one of the most extensive distributions throughout North America, both in chain stores and traditional retailers.