Winsor & Newton Artists’ Oil Synthetic Hog BrushJune 7, 2021
Driven by innovation, a synthetic brush that performs at a professional level
Using Winsor & Newton’s unique brush-making expertise to provide artists with an innovative alternative: the new Artists’ Oil Synthetic Hog brush range. Available in a range of sizes across six shapes, this range was curated by artists for artists and handmade at the Crown brush factory in England, which has been producing fine art brushes by hand since the 1850s.
Synthetic flagged bristles
After rigorous artist testing, we selected the best synthetic bristles to replicate the flags of a natural hog hair bristle, allowing for excellent colour carrying capacity.
Ergonomic, sculpted handle
The unique Winsor & Newton sculpted handle provides the ultimate comfort, control and balanced grip while painting. The central dip allows the brush to sit comfortably in your hand while the second curve towards the end of the brush handle allows for different painting positions.
The Artists’ Oil Synthetic Hog brush is very durable, resilient and easy to clean, even after heavy use.
The high-quality, synthetic bristles offer artists firm control for full bodied-colour in a variety of strokes.
All the brushes within the Artists’ Oil Synthetic Hog brush range are 100% FSC certified. The Birchwood used for the handles is obtained from sustainable sources and ongoing consideration is given to the growth of responsible forest management.
The Artists’ Oil Synthetic Hog brush range is available in six shapes. Select the shapes that best fit your painting style or try out a new shape to expand your practice.
Round: A traditional full belly round ideal for fine detail, lines and glazes
Glazing: A wide flat brush with square edges for covering large areas or applying mediums including glazes and varnishes
Fan: A fanned head for blending, softening edges and creating textures
Flat: A flat brush used to blend, glaze or cover a large area
Filbert: A flat head with an oval tip for creating a broad mark with a soft edge
Bright: A short flat head for creating sharp edges with control
Uncompromising quality and performance, now in a synthetic.