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Cheap or expensive brushes / the art suppliers
In terms of quality and price, the best watercolor brushes range from those in a sealed bargain package of perhaps five hanging on the aisle of your national hobby chain store, to those that can boast a royal seal of approval, such as "On Their Majesty the Queen". As you know, Queen Victoria at Winsor & Newton ordered what would be her favorite size 7 in the Kolinsky Series 7 Squadrar Round.) The previous election could briefly serve to clean a child's boots in your mud room, which could be proud of yours In between, you will find a wide selection of more than just serviceable brushes from recognized fine brands.Some of these brands are: Winsor & Newton Series 7, Isabey, Rafael, Arches, Escoda, Pro Arte and others.Smaller, but always Winsor & Newton Series 666, Princeton and Grumbacher: I recommend buying a good M arke. Avoid these bargains from several; You will do so poorly in practice and in durability that you will be very discouraged. I have mentioned some of each brand and enjoy every brush. And yes, I've bought cheap brushes in the past … and had to throw them away.