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Escoda Signature Collection Oil Brush Sets

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Escoda Signature Collection Oil Brush Sets

Escoda Signature Collection Oil Brush Sets

Escoda Signature Collection Antonio Lopez Set 2 contains 3 Long handle Clasico Brushes. Escoda Clasico Chungking White Bristle Brushes are made from hog bristle, traditionally used in oil painting. Escoda’s bristles are extracted from the white Chinese bristle from Chungking and is of the highest quality. Its natural hardness responds perfectly to more or less dense oil painting technique and acrylic. The long matt-varnished wood handle offers superb control.

Escoda Clasico brushes are the epitome of handcraftsmanship by Escoda. As a result of Escoda’s memory process, the white Chungking bristles retain their original shape, even with heavy body acrylics and oils.

Escoda Signature Collection Guillermo Munoz Vera Set 1 contains 3 Primera long handle Brushes. Escoda Primera Teijin brushes are made from special synthetic fibres and are one of the most outstanding and popular synthetics in oil painting and acrylics because of their elasticity, spring & durability. Primera brushes fine hair & can form a fine point, with more spring then sable and softer than hog. These brushes do not hold as much liquid colour as other synthetic or natural hair brushes, but with fine filaments, offer great control. The brush is ideal for oils and acrylics.

Escoda Primera fibres are thick and stiff are a popular choice for use with heavy body acrylics and water mixable oils, since they do not absorb water and soften with use. Primera Teijin Synthetic brushes retain their shape extremely well with excellent spring.

Antonio López García - Considered the father of the hyperrealist school of Madrid, is one of the most authentic artists belonging to Spanish contemporary realism. His work is notable for its analytical sense of reality. He is an artist who searches for the everyday aspects in the world around him, paying incredible attention to detail. Temporality and deterioration of his subject matter are concepts which defi ne his hyperrealist style. In his words, “truth replaces old age”.

Guillermo Muñoz Vera - Critics consider Vera to be a part of the second generation of Spanish realists and many laud him as one of the most brilliant of the group. The surprisingly polished result of his works have placed Vera in the Realism art world, notably due to his hyperrealist tendency to maintain a connection with the photographic vision of framing and the faithful translation of the scene. Vera is considered the archetype of Spanish New Realism today. He typically uses small round brushes to create his exceptional and hyperrealist works of art.

The process of designing and creating Escoda brushes in their factory begins and ends with brush artisans. Each brush is meticulously crafted by hand resulting in a brush that will be of service for years to come. A triple crimp (exclusive trademark design for Escoda) is applied to the brush ensuring a fixed ferrule that will remain in place for a lifetime of use. The Clasico brushes go through a curing process, original to the Escoda company, which consolidates and locks each hair in place creating a permanent brush shape, known as the ‘Escoda Memory Process’. It also increases the natural spring of the brush and its ability to retain the original form / shape.

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