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Easels holding different maps and sounding boards were arranged in the center of the room.
A replica of the Mona Lisa rests on an easel placed center stage on Gene Seyffer’s minimalist set, a series of curving platforms in front of a black velvet curtain.
West took the idea to the Boys & Girls Club and set up easels, paints, instructions and rough sketches of portraits.
Artists and their easels were peppered throughout the city's historic district.
Juno is a science mission not an artist's easel and paintbrush.
There are three simple words on the wooden easel that accompanies Christina Pappion to live painting events.
Participating artists set up their easels all over town and paint.
Four painters displayed their work, propped on easels.
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Origin and Etymology of easel
First Known Use: 1596See Words from the same year
EASEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of easel for English Language Learners
: a frame for supporting an artist's painting
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