In today’s post I will be reviewing;
- Manufacturer/Brand; Pro Arte; Series RS; Rennaissance Round sable Brushes
- RRP at time of writing: Price varies with brush size, currently available in sizes 000 to 16.
Reason For Buying
Lots of art books say how wonderful sable brushes are for water-colour. So I bought on of the Pro Arte Rennaissence sables to try. I have used their Prolene synthetic brushes in the past and they were good, so it was a brand I like.
- Excellent for colour/water holding. The natural hair does indeed make a big difference to that
- Superb pointing quality of the hair, once the brush is loaded with colour/water
- Fantastic balance. The wooden handles are superbly balanced and feel very comfortable in the hand
Truly haven’t found any.
Fantastic. Quality natural sable hair. Quality ferule, well-balanced brush and superb finish. Excellent on all areas.
Value for Money
Excellent. They are well worth the money.
Would I buy it Again?
Yes, I highly recommend them to everyone wanting to move on to Sables. I’ve since collected my most used sizes in this range.
These brushes are superb! beautiful to look at and in use, highly recommend them you try them. The price varies with brush size, so if you are watching your budget buy something like a number 4. The number 4 is large enough to demonstrate the excellent water/colour holding capacity of the brush and yet small enough to test fine detail too.
I adore these brushes, made with top quality materials and so well put together.Pro Arte Rennaissance Sable brushes are a joy to use, try them you won’t be disappointed.
The Rennaissance sables are also available in RSF; Flats and Riggers too.
- Pro Art Renaissance sable brushes are available in a range of stockists, listed on their website as listed above. I bought mine from both Jackson’s Art Supplies and also from Art Discount.
Best wishes and thanks for reading, see you soon