In the 20th century, Filberts took over as the most popular brush shape for artists. The worn Filbert became a prized possession because it allowed artists to feel the tip of the stroke and become more involved with each stroke. Almond Filberts are fashioned to look and feel like a worn Filbert: providing incredible control, tapered strokes and a more direct feel. Jewel Almond Filberts provide all these attributes and allow for maximum load for greater length in your paint strokes. In traditional large English sizes.
Although they may appear to be strange, Angular brushes are great for linear techniques, precise strokes and curves when using thick or heavy bodied colors. Play with one and you'll be amazed how useful this shape really is. Jewel Angular brushes are made to perform to the highest of artist standards.
Brights have a short hair length offering more control with the compromise of not holding as much as color as a Flat brush. Jewel brights have a high concentration of flagged ends to allow for the longest possible stroke. In traditional large English sizes.
The most modern of the four main brush shapes, these traditional Filberts have long brush hairs and rounded corners. They allow for a more tapered stroke with softer edges. Jewel Filberts hold lots of color and allow for lovely strokes without streaking. In traditional large English sizes.
Flats have a long hair length and therefore hold more color than Brights. Jewel Flats are made to provide for a more free expression while still providing excellent resiliency throughout the stroke. In traditional large English sizes.
The original brush of old masters, these classic Rounds provide for long fluid strokes with a dependable line. Jewel brushes offer this classic shape in its purest form, sized full and in the generally accepted large English sizing.