Escoda's Prado Tame synthetic offers varying lengths and diameters of a new
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Excellent for oil, acrylic, or watercolor, each brush features a triple-crimped nickel-plated brass ferrule, attached to a long burgundy lacquered wood handle. Use the long handle Series 3150 for easel style painting, and the short handle Series 1460 for tabletop painting, or in applications where the balance and control of a short handle brush is important.
Bright and Flat — A Bright is a short flat brush that absorbs less color and has a stiffer stroke. A Flat is longer than a Bright and is consequently more flexible at the tip.
Note — Brush sizes are not standardized. The length and width of a brush of a given shape and size varies considerably by manufacturer. Since fine art brushes are handmade, expect some variation even among brushes from a given manufacturer.
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