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Soon after, a paper proclamation will be placed on an easel outside Buckingham Palace.
And in the foreground of the picture is a tiny self-portrait of Cole at his easel.
Thom Browne paid homage to the popular pioneering French painter Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun (a favorite of Marie Antoinette) by posing his models with brushes and easels.
Artists cobbled displays together from tables, easels and even a laundry basket on stilts.
The new collection will also include waterproof gen eyeliner and a cream-to-powder brow formula, as well as a brush kit that includes 12 different brushes with a pink case and standing easel pouch.
Each features a playing-card-size watercolor on paper, propped on an unglazed clay base like a painting displayed on an easel.
While Browne also included art easels (who wouldn't want an art-making nook in his or her own home?), Altuzarra really brought the live-action in by setting his show at the famous Parisian brasserie, La Coupole.
Around its base, a small circular stage had been built and filled with six large art easels.
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Origin and Etymology of easel
First Known Use: 1596See Words from the same year
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Definition of easel for English Language Learners
: a frame for supporting an artist's painting
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