A frame (commonly) of wood serving to hold a canvas upright, or nearly upright, for the painter's convenience or for exhibition.
A support for an artist's canvas or panel. Usually made of wood or metal, they range in size from large studio structures complete with electric motors to small, lightweight supports for plein air work.
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.
an upright support (generally a tripod) used for displaying something. It is most often used to hold up an artist's canvas while the painter is working or to hold a completed painting for exhibition.
an essential piece of basic equipment, as it provides a secure platform for your artwork
an upright stand for holding the drawing paper nearly perpendicular to your line of sight
a stand or support for an artist's canvas
Frame or tripod to display signs.
An easel is used to support your canvas while painting. Can be a collapsible tripod, studio types and as a combination sketch box unit. Some sketch boxes contain lids that serve as easels.
A tripod or frame used to support flipchart pads or other visuals.
An upright frame for displaying or supporting something, such as an artist's canvas.
A stand or structure that support and display a painting surface like a canvas or a board. Edition: The number of impressions made from a printing plate and authorised by the artist. Etching An intaglio printmaking technique where lines are incised in a metal plate with acid Etching Needle Needle used to scratch and draw through an etching ground on a plate that will be etched Etching Plates Steel, copper or zink plates used for creating etchings Extender Colorless ink substance which causes coloured ink to become more transparent and increases volume
If you dream of seeing an artist painting at an easel, or a picture on it, you will have a comfortable life sooner than you expect.
Used as a support for painter's artworks.
A frame, usually made of wood, which is used by the artist to hold the canvas upright, or to exhibit the piece of artwork.
An easel is an upright support used for displaying and/or fixing something resting upon it.