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Winsor & Newton Cotman Brushes Series 333 Short Handled Rigger

Cotman brushes are a range of pure synthetic watercolour brushes of the highest quality. By blending fibres of differing thickness, the three most important qualities sought after by artists' is acheived. Three thicker fibres contribute strength and spring whilst the thinner fibres improve colour carrying capacity. Together they retain a perfect point, time after time.

Series 333 brushes feature an extra fine point for painting lines, long scroll work and detail. Originally designed for painting the rigging on ships, these brushes are excellent for continuous fine lines e.g. tree branches and telephone wires.

Retail Specifications

Barcode Length
(mm)
Width
(mm)
Height
(mm)
Weight
(g)
EDP: 0358330 Size 0
0094376948424 5 5 198 1
EDP: 0358340 Size 1
094376948431 5 5 200 2
EDP: 0358350 Size 2
0094376948448 5 5 203 3
EDP: 0358360 Size 3
094376948455 6 6 205 2
Iridescent watercolour medium | Winsor & Newton Masterclass

Tips and techniques of how to make your own iridescent watercolours. 

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 0
EDP: 0358330
BRUSH
Size 1
EDP: 0358340
BRUSH
Size 2
EDP: 0358350
BRUSH
Size 3
EDP: 0358360
BRUSH

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