Easel

An easel is a stand or support for an artist's canvas.
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easel

[n] - an upright tripod for displaying something (usually an artist`s canvas)
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easel

Sits on baseboard of enlarger and holds paper flat and in position. Two or four adjustable blades adjust to fit different sizes of paper or border. Use to crop during printing.
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easel

In art, an adjustable wooden or metal frame used to support a canvas or other artwork at an angled plane; easels are also used to hold blackboards, open books, and other items for display. ...
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Easel

A device to hold photographic paper flat during exposure, usually equipped with an adjustable metal mask for framing. A holder to keep sensitized material, normally paper flat and in position on the baseboard of an enlarger during projection printing. It usually has adjustable borders to frame the image to various size.
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Easel

Ea'sel noun [ Dutch ezel ass, donkey, hence, easel, or German esel ; akin to English ass . See Ass .] A frame (commonly) of wood serving to hold a canvas upright, or nearly upright, for the painter's convenience or for exhibition. Easel picture , Easel piece...
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easel

noun an upright tripod for displaying something (usually an artist`s canvas)
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Easel

• (n.) A frame (commonly) of wood serving to hold a canvas upright, or nearly upright, for the painter`s convenience or for exhibition.
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Easel

A holder to keep sensitized material, normally paper flat and in position on the baseboard of an enlarger during projection printing. It usually has adjustable borders to frame the image to various size
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Easel

A stand or resting place for working on or displaying a painting. A simple easel can be a tripod with a cross bar for the painting to sit on
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Easel

A stand for displaying objects.
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easel

In art, an adjustable wooden or metal frame used to support a canvas or other artwork at an angled plane; easels are also used to hold blackboards, open books, and other items for display
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Easel

A stand or resting place for working on or displaying a painting. A simple easel can be a tripod with a cross bar for the painting to sit on.
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Easel

A stand or resting place for working on or displaying a painting. A simple easel can be a tripod with a cross bar for the painting to sit on.
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Easel

An easel is an upright support used for displaying and/or fixing something resting upon it, at an angle of about 20° to the vertical. In particular easels are traditionally used by painters to support a painting while they work on it, normally standing up, and are also sometimes used to display finished paintings. Artists` easels are still typic....
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Easel

Device to hold photographic paper flat during exposure, usually equipped with an adjustable metal ma
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Easel

A wooden or metal stand for holding a canvas, a panel or a drawing-board. It may range from a small,
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