Recent Examples of easel from the Web
Canvases spill across tables, lean against easels, and are clipped on walls.
One is a rolling easel-like stand for a single unit, and the other is the ability to mount four Surface Hub 2s next to one another, creating a massive wall of pixels.
Groups can select any or all of the following: A 20-minute PowerPoint presentation; question-and-answer session; display boards on easels provided by the city; or budget overview handouts.
Perched on an easel in Kiernan’s office is a massive foam-core board, affixed with individual velcro tabs.
Following the announcement of the birth of Prince William and Kate Middleton ’s third baby on Monday, a framed notice of the birth has gone on display on a ceremonial easel outside of Buckingham Palace.
Royal fans gathered outside of Buckingham Palace to view a formal birth notice, which was posted on a wooden easel in the palace’s forecourt.
Artists Paint OC: Plein Air Event: Artists from all over set up their easels along the boardwalk, bayside and beaches to capture the views of OC. 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Aug. 8-12.
After two hours, Chubb and his team hop in Burkhardt’s black Escalade, headed back to the hotel for the easel session with mom and dad.
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Origin and Etymology of easel
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Definition of easel for English Language Learners
: a frame for supporting an artist's painting
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