Oil paint­ing re­quires a va­ri­ety of brushes

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I pre­fer Rose­mary & Co. brushes, but I also rec­om­mend Sil­ver Grand Prix and Trekell. Hog bris­tle brushes are ver­sa­tile, not ter­ri­bly ex­pen­sive and al­low for a va­ri­ety of ap­pli­ca­tions. Finer-haired brushes, both nat­u­ral and syn­thetic, can give you an even smoother fin­ish and make very fine de­tail pos­si­ble.

Bris­tle brushes are ex­cel­lent for scub­bing in thin paint as well as lay­ing down thin im­pas­tos. An Ivory Flat Bris­tle from Rose­mary & Co. Ex­cel­lent for thin and thick strokes, and very durable. Master Choice Fil­bert from Rose­mary & Co. It’s made from bad­ger hair and very ver­sa­tile. A long Ivory Fil­bert and Round – great for fine de­tail and hard edges. A small syn­thetic mon­goose round for the finest de­tail­ing, from Rose­mary & Co. Three Master Choice Flats from Rose­mary & Co. Can be chisel shaped or soft and fuzzy.

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