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Princeton Art & Brush RealValue Short Handle Assorted Brushes, #00, #2, #4, #6, 0.25", 0.75", 7/Set (9143)
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  • This set of brushes is intended for acrylic, watercolor, and tempera paints
  • Includes #00 liner; #2 and #4 round; #2, #6 flat shader; 0.25" angled, and 0.75" wash brushes
  • Synthetic Golden Taklon hair art brush with balanced, tapered brown handle

Princeton Art & Brush RealValue Short Handle Assorted Brushes, #00, #2, #4, #6, 0.25", 0.75", 7/Set (9143)

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Experiment with painting techniques using these Princeton Art & Brush RealValue synthetic Golden Taklon brushes.

Reach for this flat and round tip brush set to work with acrylic, tempera, and watercolor paints. Taklon bristles lay down perfect lines and curves, and short handles allow better control over strokes. This pack of Princeton Art & Brush RealValue synthetic Golden Taklon brushes features seven brushes with durable ferrules to keep hairs from shedding into the paint.

  • This set of brushes is intended for acrylic, watercolor, and tempera paints
  • Includes #00 liner; #2 and #4 round; #2, #6 flat shader; 0.25" angled, and 0.75" wash brushes
  • Synthetic Golden Taklon hair art brush with balanced, tapered brown handle
  • The round is a classic painting brush used for everything from flora and still lifes to portraits and landscapes – just about any subject matter in any style
  • Liners have very fine points and are often narrower than a round to achieve delicate work such as outlines, small details, lettering, and long continuous lines
  • The flat and flat shader brushes are composed of medium-length bristles that taper to a chisel edge, allowing for a wide range of applications
  • The angular shader is an angled flat brush that allows the artist to get into tight areas with precision, it is perfect for shading and highlighting
  • The wash brush is shaped with a head that is more square than a flat shader and is of a larger size – used for applying washes or floating and blocking in large areas of color