Artists' Cotman Watercolor Brushes - Filbert (Winsor & Newton)Winsor & Newton
Mixed fibre widths give excellent spring and superior paint loading In a wide range of shapes and sizes. Perfect with Cotman watercolours.
High quality synthetic watercolour brush
A range of high quality, synthetic watercolour brushes. Cotman watercolour Brushes are very popular, due to their blend of differing thickness fibres. The thicker fibres give strength and spring whilst the thinner fibres improve colour carrying capacity. Together they retain a perfect point, time after time. The handles are designed to provide balance and comfort when painting. The ferrules are made from high quality nickel-plated brass which helps to prevent corrosion, clogging of hair and enables easy cleaning. The range features a wide selection of head shapes and sizes to suit all watercolour techniques.
Round Brushes (Series 111)
For fine detail, lines and washes. A traditional and popular head shape for all-purpose watercolour work. Can be used for broad strokes yet it will also form a sharp point.
Designer Brushes (Series 222)
Elongated round head for precise detail and line work.
Rigger Brushes (Series 333)
An extra fine point for painting lines, long scroll work and detail.
One Stroke Brushes (Series 666)
Flat wash brush for edges, shapes or applying washes.
Angle Brushes (Series 667)
The point can be used for detailed work, or it can be pressed to create a curved or straight wedge.
Filbert Brushes (Series 668)
A flat head with oval tip for creating a broad mark with a soft edge.
One Stroke Brushes (Series 777)
For creating washes, edges or shapes. the handle has a bevelled tip for burnishing or scraping.
Fan Brushes (Series 888)
For blending and softening edges and to create textures.
Mop Brushes (Series 999)
A domed wash brush for wetting paper and controlling large washes.
An extra wide wash brush. For covering large areas and for broad strokes.