Renaissance® 7110 Cats Tongue LH

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Renaissance® brushes are handmade by expert artisans who undergo extensive training before they are skilled enough to produce the kind of quality that has become synonymous with Silver Brush Limited. Renaissance® fine art brushes feature the highest quality Kolinsky class pure red sable that is soft, absorbent, springy and responsive. These brushes have a nice big belly that can hold a maximum amount of color so you don’t have to reload as often and sharp edges so you’ll always have a clean stroke. Renaissance® brushes are one of the choice brushes of modern masters throughout the world for portraiture, landscapes, still lifes, botanicals and more. 

  • Perfect for watercolor and oil paints
  • Prized Kolinsky-class pure red sable
  • Absorbent, soft, springy and responsive
  • Nickel-plated brass ferrule that is double crimped with an epoxy seal to ensure the longevity of your brush

Renaissance® Cats Tongue Some artists say that owning a cats tongue brush is like 3 having brushes in one because of how versatile this shape can be. Use the point for fine lines, details and painting in tight spaces, turn it on its side for medium sized tapered strokes or lay it flat for broader strokes that cover a wide area. Botanical artists love it for its leaf-like shape that makes press and release flower petals a breeze! This shape also lends itself to feathers, scales, and portraiture. You can often complete an entire painting with just this one brush.

Specific Way to Clean the Brush:

  • Be sure to clean your Renaissance® brush after each painting session. Letting paint dry in the brush can cause it to not perform as expected. 
  • Rinsing the head of the brush with warm water should be enough to remove most watercolor paints but an artist-grade brush cleaner can be used to make sure all traces of pigment have been cleaned off. 
  • If painting with oils, remove as much paint as possible on a towel and then clean with an artist-grade solvent. 
  • NEVER leave your brush resting in water! This can cause the handle to crack.
  • Always lay your brush flat to dry.

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