Original Gold Liner 2 Series 9350
KingArt's 9350 Series "Original Gold" Premium Synthetic Brush
Premium High-quality, golden taklon brushes are back. KINGART™ was launched in September 2018, incorporating the history and experience of three generations (Cornell family) of art suppliers. Family founded, Loew-Cornell Inc., served the industry well from 1963 thru 2006. Now KingArt has created Original Gold Liner 2, an exciting line of premium, golden taklon artist brushes at fantastic prices.
KINGART creates brushes using the finest synthetic fibers that are remarkably durable, easy to care for and versatile. They work equally well with watercolor, acrylic, and oil paint. Each brush is expertly crafted to give the characteristics of natural hair, including exceptional paint-holding capacity.
Unlike natural hair brushes, synthetics are easier to clean, less prone to damage from solvents and caustic acrylics. They are exceptionally durable on a variety of surfaces from canvas to wood. These features increase the longevity of a KINGART brush.
Each KINGART brush holds its shape well and consists of filaments that are dyed and baked to increase softness and absorption. KINGART prides itself on the versatility, durability, and ease of use of its premium synthetic brushes. KINGART considers every detail of the essence of a premium brush.
The beauty of each KINGART premium brush stems from being hand-crafted by master brush makers who follow a strict quality control and manufacturing process. Each brush is bound together with a nickel-plated brass ferrule which offers the best adhesion then crimped at the bottom to ensure an extra-secure bond to the handle. Each handle is ergonomically crafted to reduce muscle fatigue and are carefully balanced to provide maximum control.
KINGART offers a variety of handles that span all of a painter’s needs: long handles ideal for easel work, short handles for close up, and mini handles for fine detail work. Each brush’s wood handle features a beautiful finish that is lacquered. KINGART brushes are designed with the artist in mind, and are manufactured to survive years of steady use.