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n. (plural of easel English)

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Several easels stood waiting in one corner, and the two at the end of the room, backs to the railing that separated the studio from the living room below, seemed slightly reproachful under their stained canvas drapes.

Inevitably, she moved to the two easels, touched the smooth handle of a squirrel-hair brush lightly in a gesture of taking bearings, and stood before the nearly finished figure of the agonized mother.

The place was a mess, with easels and half-finished sculptures on pedestals everywhere, supplies piled on top of furniture and spilling down onto the floor, blank canvases stretched onto frames and leaning against the walls, and dust all over everything.

Kerowyn leapt through one of the broken windows and crashed through the easels to get to him, knocking paintings in all directions.

Altra finally wormed his way through the tangle of art supplies and tumbled easels, and began winding around and around him frantically, purring loud enough to make both of them vibrate.

The Queen swerved, missed the girls by inches, crushed the easels, and came to rest in a tangle of thick underbrush.

They began browsing near easels set up not only on the main lawn, but also in various nooks on the outskirts of the estate.

The two unsigned landscapes were on separate easels next to rows of framing samples.

The atelier was quite large, with pictures on easels standing about on a thick Deventer rug.

In addition to the canvases, frames, easels, stools, steps, and rolls of drapery, two large tables encumbered the studio.

They would have pulled each other to the floor amid the foliage and easels, the scents of greenery and linseed, not caring if they were discovered… but Karl suddenly drew back, his hands on her arms holding her away.