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Winsor & Newton Series 7 Kolinsky Sable Watercolor Brush

3.7
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Description

  • The Worlds Finest Water Color Brush - for artists who appreciate exquisite quality and longevity, there is no other brush than the Winsor & Newton Series 7.
  • Point having a crisp point and maintaining that during use.
  • Snap & Spring the brush snaps back crisply into shape with the right degree of spring to allow the artist superior control with a degree of give and take between the brush and painting surface.
  • Flow Control the color flows evenly and consistently from the point with enough color carry capacity within the belly of the brush to lay down a flowing gestural stoke of colour.

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Customer Reviews

Not very good for painting acrylics I bought this brush after hearing vehement praises from the community for how good it is for miniature painting and disappointment is probably the best word to describe my experience thus far.Is this a good brush? Yes. But using this brush to paint miniature is like driving a Ferrari to work everyday - this brush is designed to paint watercolor and not acrylics. Constant exposure to acrylic paint (ie Citadel paint) would eat away the sable hair in no time. I even went the extra mile to buy proper brush care products such as the W&N brush cleaner solvent and Master brush cleaner soap but 1000 points of space marines later, the attached photo is the result.Overall, W&N brushes are simply too expensive and soft for miniature painting. The Citadel layer brush that I bought months before I bought this one still holds its shape, but that's not the case for the W&N. If you're looking for a good brush to paint miniature, do not buy kolinsky sable brushes or else you'll yourself throwing money constantly for new brushes. 2chances are if you're looking at them you already know that they're fantastic pieces of kit and a joy to work with I don't think I need to speak to the quality of Winsor & Newton Series 7 brushes; chances are if you're looking at them you already know that they're fantastic pieces of kit and a joy to work with. You're going to pay a little more than you would otherwise but the investment is worth every penny.What I will comment on is this was shipped and delivered promptly and more importantly in pristine condition. I know a lot of people shy away from purchasing high end brushes for fear of damage in shipping. The brush was capped with a protector and the whole thing was then sealed in another plastic tube. The end result was a brush in perfect shape when it arrived on my doorstep. No bent bristles, no smashed ferrules, just a good clean product ready for use. 5Don't Buy! Stay Away, get a Da Vinci... Garbage. I'm not sure how winsor and newton series 7 quality can differ so much. I bought a size 8 from Amazon. It splits with varying degrees of water in it. I have da vinci (series 10, 11, 35) and they are BY FAR SUPERIOR and most importantly CONSISTENT. I'm returning my series 7 for another series 11 da vinci. I've noticed my escoda reserva splits, but only with lower degrees of water in the brush. When saturated it's perfect, but as the water is removed it splits. But my series 7 split literally sopping with water. When it was damp it looked like Albert Einstein. See photos of brush with varying levels of water and splitting.With all this said, I do have a couple smaller series 7 brushes that are fine - 0, 1, 2, 4 and 1/4 flat. But once you go above a 4 it's over. The 8 I bought from Amazon and the 10 I bought from Jerry's were both garbage and returned.Do yourself a favor, get a da vinci. Their quality far exceeds series 7 but most importantly when you spend the money you will consistently get a great brush. Series 7 brushes of the modern era are just mass produced garbage, from a company resting on its laurels. 1I bought a size 2 and heard these were awesome brushes to ink with Ok. I bought a size 2 and heard these were awesome brushes to ink with. Wrong. At least in my case. It doesn't keep a point at all! I bought the masters brush cleaner and didnt let ink into the ferrule and everything. So I went ahead and bought a size 1 thinking maybe the size 2 was just a dud. IT WON'T KEEP A POINT EITHER! don't waste your money. 1Best figure painting brushes Yes they are expensive.I'm an experienced model builder and I want to repeat a sentiment shared by most model builders; we spend maybe $40 on a tank model, another $40 on the tracks, $20 to $30 on photo-etch and other details.Then we turn around and complain about spending $10 to $20 on a brush that we will probably use and keep for years. Guilty as charged for many years.You will see a massive improvement in your skills when you invest in quality tools. You are paying for a high quality brush, not just some "artists" name with these proven brushes.Keep your brushes clean, store them hanging up and they will serve you well. 5Careful - this is a KNOCKOFF! First of all - Winsor & Newton is an excellent brand on every level, especially for the quality and presentation of their products. As a fine artist, my absolute favorite brush is a Winsor & Newton Series 7.However, this seller is sending fake-outs, factory rejects, or something similar.The #2 brush arrived, crushed, in an envelope. The hairs were splayed, the ferrule was bent, the handle was scratched up, and the tube that holds the brush was just taped at the ends, instead of having the end caps they normally come with.The hairs are the biggest problem, though.Even after using Masters brush soap to condition the splayed hairs, the brush is useless. Winsor & Newton pride themselves on the brushes holding a sharp point, but the hairs of this knockoff brush want nothing to do with each other, splayed out in every direction, and refusing to hold paint.I will be ordering Winsor & Newton brushes again, but not from this seller. 1Questionable quality For what these brushes cost, I'm not seeing very good retention of build quality here.Mine arrived well and looked fine upon opening it. It hasn't been used all that much yet, maybe a dozen times for comic line work since I got it and cleaned after every use with the master's brush soap, and with that little but of mileage I'm already seeing one or two stray hairs that won't snap back into place. Luckily they're closer to the ferrule so I can still get a decent point for fine line work, but for the cost and reputation of the brand this shouldn't happen; not for a brush this new and this well taken care of.I tried the recommendation of other reviews here and bought a set of davinci brushes which were realtively cheaper and the quality is leaps and bounds ahead of this. I can't say for sure if these are knock-offs or factory rejects but I would say try an alternative with a good reputation at a more realistic cost before investing in these questionable brushes. 2Stay away from these brushes! I've been using W&N Series 7 round brushes for about 10 years now and I've never had the problems that I have with these! They can't keep a point, are constantly forking at the point, the brush hair are splaying everywhere and their spring is almost gone, although I've only been using them for a few weeks! I guess it's back to DickBlicks for my brushes. I get the impression these are the knock off's that I've read about, because my older W&N Series 7 that I've had for years work better these POS! 1Company f-ing sucks This company is rediculous.This is the second time I ve ordered series 7 brushes cus they are supposed to be the best. First order #1 round was splayed all to hell. Not fixable.Second order: all the sent were the tubes. WTF!!!! There weren t even any caps where maaaaybe the brushes fell out the corner. Shipping bag was totally sealed by the way.My recommendation order from an art supply company 1Very disappointing. The #12 brush is very disappointing. Given the $220 cost and the reputation of Series 7, I had very high expectations. It maintains a sharp point with only the exact right amount of water, after just a couple of stokes it is spread to an unusable sharp for anything but washes - this is not what you buy a brush like this for. A good synthetic brush is a much smarter purchase. 1
Winsor & Newton Series 7 Kolinsky Sable Watercolor Brush

Winsor & Newton Series 7 Kolinsky Sable Watercolor Brush

3.7
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€54,00
Sale price
€54,00
Regular price
€88,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€34,00)