Recent Examples of easel from the Web
Floor to ceiling shelves hold boxes of her craft supplies and her painter’s palette is framed above her easel, sandwiched between her own creations and drawings that children in Minneapolis sent the family after her death.
Restoring the color palette of long-deceased dinosaurs is about more than sending paleoartists back to their easels, though.
Later, Pamela would watch as Camille unwrapped stuffed animals and an easel with paint.
Many did so enthusiastically, while asking questions of study team members who stood by each easel.
The fort area in the back of the store holds the play kitchen, a train table, an easel and a dollhouse, among other toys.
The arts—the school’s core mission—have been cleaned out: 10 easels, nine digital pianos, eight heartwood djembes, and four conga drums, all gone.
Set your book on a picture-frame easel for hands-free reading.
The birth of a royal baby is announced on an easel outside Buckingham Palace.
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First Known Use: 1596See Words from the same year
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