So he was really using a paintbrush for the first time in his life.
The younger Kate, in contrast, turned her own schoolgirl training with a paintbrush into a career.
So Santa Claus rises up very stiffly and painfully, and hobbles across the room to get his paint and paintbrush.
But the call for the wielders of the paintbrush came not only from the sea.
Here the columbine, the paintbrush, the monument-plant, and scores of other bright blossoms cheer the wild frontier.
Like Mr. Winston Churchill, he diverts his leisure with a paintbrush.
In 1906 London went quite mad over a Venus whose entire wardrobe was applied with a paintbrush.
These last indeed owe their colouring to a layer of pigment which the point of a paintbrush will easily loosen and remove.
Well, he hoped to goodness that she would not, and brusquely wielded his paintbrush.
Long stretches between are filled "shot gun" houses, unaquainted for many years with a paintbrush.