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Winsor & Newton Winton Hog Brushes Fan

Winton Hog Brushes have been developed for use with Winton Oil Colour, yet, can also be used with all other oils, alkyds and acrylic colours. The brushes are developed from good quality Chinese hog bristles and is hand-set into seamless corrosion-resistant ferrules. The solid wood handles have a green stained finish with five coats of lacquer which provide protection along with a smooth finish for ease of use. The natural curve of the hog bristle produces a resilient brush which retains its ‘turned in' shape even after heavy use.

The Fan is a finishing brush mostly used for portraiture and landscapes and is perfect for blending, softening edges and creating textures. They were originally used for blending oil colours on the canvas but are now popular for stippling and graining effects.

Retail Specifications

Barcode Length
(mm)
Width
(mm)
Height
(mm)
Weight
(g)
EDP: 0211150 Size 1
0094376870527 7 30 310 3
EDP: 0211160 Size 3
0094376870534 7 45 310 8
EDP: 0211170 Size 5
0094376870541 9 50 325 23
EDP: 0211180 Size 8
0094376870558 9 60 325 17
How to care for your brushes | Winsor & Newton Masterclass

Showing tips and techniques involving Artisan Water Mixable Safflower Oil; Sansodor and Brush Cleaner give your brushes longevity.

Product UOM
Size 1
EDP: 0211150
BRUSH
Size 3
EDP: 0211160
BRUSH
Size 5
EDP: 0211170
BRUSH
Size 8
EDP: 0211180
BRUSH

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