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An excellent value, the American Painter by Loew Cornell is a legend among artists from coast to coast. Starting with the finest blend of double-filament, dyed synthetic golden Taklon hair, each brush is made by hand to work flawlessly, allowing the artist a high degree of control and maximum dexterity.
The hair is firm enough to work well with heavy body paints and is blended with soft hair as well to facilitate excellent shaping to a square edge or a pointed round. Use with any medium — especially recommended for use with acrylics and watercolors.
Designed for use in decorative painting, ceramics, fabric arts and crafts. These brushes feature lacquered wood handles and seamless aluminum ferrules.
Brush sizes — The length and width of a brush of a given shape and size may vary by manufacturer as brush sizes are not standardized. Since fine art brushes are handmade, expect some variation even among brushes from within a single brush line.
® Loew-Cornell is a registered trademark.® American Painter is a registered trademark.
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The filberts are great for a great price
from Aventura, FL
Comments about Loew-Cornell Loew Cornell American Painter Brushes:
Great for detail work
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Love these brushes!
from Lecanto, FL
This is an inexpensive brush that outperforms and outlasts others. It is great on canvas and will endure slight scrubbing motions. The liners have good spring to then for calligraphic strokes. I use them with oil and acrylic. Just be sure to clean it thoroughly and shape it, and it will last years. If the flats start to spread after a while and don't hold chisel edge, they are good for foliage. I recommend my students start with these.
from Oak Creek, WI
I've seen bloggers recommend these so I had to try them. I wasn't disappointed. They hold paint well!
good for small work
By joyous creations
from placerville ca
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
quality of brushes has gone down than years past
from Nashville TN
We have purchased these brushes for a number of years and recently they have switched production from India to China. The brush length is shorter and a different material has been used. They vary in length too. They are cheap though, so there's that!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
The only brushes that she uses
By Tony Tulips and Punker Bee
from Villisca, IA
My wife uses these brushes for her oil paintings. She loves how the bristles are not as long and are more stiff than other brushes.
Love their 4500 Filberts
Great scrubbing brush
from NE Ohio
My favorite scrubbing brush, at an outstanding price. Fast shipping too. Thanks Blick!
from York, pa
IMy favorite liner brushes. Ordered 5 brushes and 1 wasn't in the best shape.
from Greensboro, North Carolina
I saw these brushes recommended by a painter on the internet, and they are all they're advertised to be. They may not (or may) last as long as a more expensive brush, but they are very good to use.
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