Recent Examples of easel from the Web
Half an hour later, a bluebird painting on an easel appeared.
The poster lies near a theatrical red curtain, beyond which stands an empty canvas on an easel.
Cannon herself will be in the gallery every Friday afternoon from 1 to 3 p.m. painting at an easel in a corner and greeting visitors.
To start one of her big cartoon-style paintings, Emily Fromm first clears off the kitchen counter to serve as her easel.
Through her looks, Beyoncé is showing us that women are complex and transformative; and more that can be confined to an art easel.
It was announced on Twitter and also proclaimed in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace with a framed notice perched on a golden easel.
Although royal births are now announced on social media, the tradition of announcing the birth outside of Buckingham Palace on an ornate golden easel still remains.
Each group had a facilitator who kept the conversation on track and took notes on big pads of butcher paper on tall easels.
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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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