When her eye, of deep ultramarine blue, liquid with the moisture of innocent youth, rested on a passer-by, he was involuntarily thrilled.
"Cousin Betty" by Honore de Balzac
The shellac is melted in an iron vessel, and the ultramarine added and stirred to incorporate the parts.
"Watch and Clock Escapements" by Anonymous
O blessed ultramarine, from on high I take thee as a token.
"Hubert's Wife" by Minnie Mary Lee
The Alexandrian was the most valued, as approaching the nearest to ultramarine.
"Museum of Antiquity" by L. W. Yaggy
Taking his palette, he mixed crimson lake, white, and ultramarine.
"Tatterdemalion" by John Galsworthy
Love, indeed, is an ultramarine and ultramontane joy!
"The Goddess of Atvatabar" by William R. Bradshaw
The ONE CENT varies in color from a pale blue to a dark blue, generally of the shade known as ultramarine.
"History of the Postage Stamps of the United States of America" by John Kerr Tiffany
It may be well perhaps to allude here to Vasari's story respecting the artist's use of ultramarine.
"Great Masters in Painting: Perugino" by George C. Williamson
On a sea of gold, strewn with ice islands of ultramarine and alabaster, whales spouted and walrus shouted.
"My Attainment of the Pole" by Frederick A. Cook
Monster butterflies like painted fans, browns, vermilions, and ultramarines hovered indolently over the flowers.
"Harry Milvaine" by Gordon Stables
Color: Upper, deep blue ultramarine; lower, white.
"The Determined Angler and the Brook Trout" by Charles Bradford
The water is ultramarine, and the roof sapphire.
"From the Oak to the Olive" by Julia Ward Howe
In front the sea was a wonderful ultramarine.
"Kit Musgrave's Luck" by Harold Bindloss
In depth this blue should be about half-way between the ultramarine and white.
"Principles of Decorative Design" by Christopher Dresser
And on the South, beyond hills and plain, dimples the ultramarine of the African sea.
"Vistas in Sicily" by Arthur Stanley Riggs
Elegantly bound in ultramarine cloth, gilt edges, price 6s.
"Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 116, January 17, 1852" by Various
For a moment it poses a solidified mass of ultramarine.
"A Summer's Outing" by Carter H. Harrison
How much has one not dreamed of southern romance beneath skies of ultramarine?
"Poor Folk in Spain" by Jan Gordon
Ultramarine blue is sold in small balls and cakes.
"Foods and Household Management" by Helen Kinne
The waves were dancing and sparkling like silver; the blue of the sky was deeper than a painter's ultramarine.
"Johnny Ludlow, Sixth Series" by Mrs. Henry Wood