Domed Sash Brushes: This style is the closest to that used in the 1500s. Its thick bristle build carries a tremendous load of paint while providing good control. Any landscape painter or set designer will love the way that it works. The bristle is held in place in a brass ferrule by epoxy glue. The handle is well balanced and these brushes work equally well with oils, acrylics, Chalk paint or other mediums.
Pointed Sash Brushes: This is a marvelous addition to anyone’s brush collection. The handle is designed for a good “feel” and it reduces the fatigue that follows many hours of work on a large painting. The head on these brushes come to a sculptured fine point and work well for detail. The bristle is well packed and is held in place with epoxy. The handle is well balanced and these brushes work equally well with oils, acrylics, Chalk paint or other mediums.