Origin of easel
OTHER WORDS FROM easeleaseled, adjective
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How to use easel in a sentence
We saw a memorial service on the beach in Santa Monica, mourners slow-motion struggling through the sand in church shoes, making a sign of the cross before a huge portrait propped up on an easel.Grandma hugs beat out piña coladas for our pandemic-era spring break|Petula Dvorak|April 8, 2021|Washington Post
While none of the original paintings is still in Arles, there is a Van Gogh trail, with easels displaying his most iconic views of that city, where he lived for 15 months and where his exuberance propelled him to just keep on painting — and painting.
Visiting that studio, which has been kept much as it was, and then walking a short distance to the easels at his favorite viewpoint puts you right there, to see how the light shifts against the rocks of the mountain.
Visiting the asylum, I loved seeing easels along the garden path, showing his best-known landscapes, the views mostly unchanged today.
This spiritual sequel casts him as a sort of anti-Bob Ross, working away at the table he uses instead of an easel while insisting that not everyone is equipped to be an artist.The 5 Best New Shows Our TV Critic Watched in January 2021|Judy Berman|January 29, 2021|Time
The last drawing, he reveals, will be of Arthur sitting at an easel painting Denison.Forever a Golden Girl: The Art of Being Bea Arthur|Tim Teeman|July 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On the easel sits a depiction of sun shining through trees, illuminating the grass below.
A photograph showed Bush hunched over an easel in what appears to be a home gym.
I went back to my easel and motioned the model to resume her pose.
While moving a framed canvas from one easel to another my foot slipped on the polished floor, and I fell heavily on both wrists.
As in a trance he crosses the room, seizes charcoal, and feverishly works at the blank canvas on the easel.
As in a trance he crosses the cell, seizes a piece of charcoal, and feverishly works at the picture on the easel!
The artist grasped his friend's hand, dragged him off to the studio, uncovered a small easel picture and a portrait.At the Sign of the Cat and Racket|Honore de Balzac
If it passed the inspection, he would nod contentedly, trill out a gay refrain, and replace it on the easel for further study.The Woman Gives|Owen Johnson
A Bayard in society—a Raphael at the easel, he bore a distinguished part in the lionization of the day.Alone|Marion Harland