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  • Constructing and Exploiting the Fluorescent Protein Paintbox

    Roger Y. Tsien - Nobel Lecture

  • Jake Wasserkrug says he won't be anywhere near the activities, even though the 16-year-old loved the resort's children's club, "Paintbox," when he was younger.

    The Toughest Guest: a Teen

  • Your post today made me think of the lyrics from the song 'Paintbox' by the prog rock band 'Pendragon'.

    The Year of The Ox

  • Paintbox affords parents the opportunity to have a fun Los Angeles family vacation while also being able to experience time for themselves, whether discovering Beverly Hills, being pampered at Spa Montage, or enjoying an intimate dining experience.

    Elizabeth Thorp: Poshbrood's Top 5 Family Destinations to Beat the Heat

  • Any parent who reserves a 60-minute treatment at Spa Montage will receive the first two hours of Paintbox complimentary.

    Elizabeth Thorp: Poshbrood's Top 5 Family Destinations to Beat the Heat

  • Nice man, was practising as an illustrator at the time (1990-93) and was using Harry and Quantel Paintbox to create montages from his photographs.

    Ballardian » Escaping the gaze: A review of John Foxx's Tiny Colour Movies

  • See this clip[1] from “Us and Them” and this one from “Paintbox,”[2]; both have writing credits by Wright.

    Pink Floyd member dies « Jahsonic

  • H + ASP Paintbox.a. C + LIO (oil rev.); T (AL) ON b.

    “Graphic Arts”

  • "From Mannahatta to Kaaterskill" is the second offering in the museum's "Visitor in the Landscape" series, which began in September with "Paintbox Leaves: Autumnal Inspiration from Cole to Wyeth" and will continue this September with "Elihu Vedder: Voyage on the Nile."

    NYT > Home Page

  • Some of the artists in "Paintbox Leaves" are even more consciously mythologizing the past, as Grandma Moses did in the 1959 "Pumpkins," with its horse-drawn hay wagon and three figures threshing wheat on the barn floor.

    NYT > Home Page

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