The shellac is melted in an iron vessel, and the ultramarine added and stirred to incorporate the parts.
Nevertheless, ultramarine is not always entitled to the whole of this commendation.
In a little while a multitude had come out, the remoter just little specks of ultramarine in the shadow of the eastward cliff.
He did not see the back curtain, or Orion blazing in the ultramarine blue.
The best imitation, or German ultramarine, is procurable at any oil-shop at about 3s.
Taking his palette, he mixed crimson lake, white, and ultramarine.
Over a deep, spreading background of ultramarine, the crazy turrets of medival castles leaned dizzily to and fro.
Three are mentioned by Cennino—indigo, a cobalt, and ultramarine.
They were unrecognizable when I got them back -- in ultramarine blue, or whatever it was called.
Night's ultramarine bosom was ablaze with starry chain of mail.