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  • Who I was, painted seagreen with vanity or socketed modesty.

    42 Mirrors

  • Often, his pieces like "Grid Stack" (2007) and "Float" (2008) evoke an oversized game of pick-up sticks or Jenga, where dozens of seagreen sheets of glass are placed into piles that partially overlap each other yet sit slightly askew.

    Choosing Talent

  • Paris-based dealer Thaddaeus Ropac paid $962,500 for Warhol ' s seagreen portrait of the late actor Dennis Hopper, which was being sold by the actor ' s estate along with a $5.7 million untitled work by Jean-Michel Basquiat.

    Strong Prices for Warhol, Lichtenstein Cap Christie

  • The girl, a breathtaking beauty even at her young age, with blonde hair and enormous seagreen eyes, brought him soup.

    ...And Nail

  • We might wish, he said, to be seagreen incorruptibles, standing on snow-capped peaks, saying 'let there be no tobacco!

    Stephen Pound is the New Tony Banks

  • She walks barefoot on the seagreen carpet, follows the sun across the peach walls.

    Bulletproof Girl

  • Rising in steep roofs and spires of seagreen slate in the manner of the old French-Scotch chateaux, it reminded an Englishman of the sinister steeple-hats of witches in fairy tales; and the pine woods that rocked round the green turrets looked, by comparison, as black as numberless flocks of ravens.

    The Complete Father Brown

  • Then, swollen but contained in slippery satin, the seagreen woman comes to our rescue.

    The Waves

  • Why, answered the seafarer with the tartan beard, who seemingly was a bit of a literary cove in his own small way, staring out of seagreen portholes as you might well describe them as, I uses goggles reading.


  • He turned back into the room, moving in long lithe strides to a carved wooden table upon which sat a huge pitcher and a bowl of seagreen stone.

    beneath an opal moon


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  • *listens to the waves*

    September 7, 2008