EASEL


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EASELEducator Access to Services in the Electronic Landscape
EASELEast and South East Leeds (UK)
EASELEmergent Algorithm Simulator and Evaluation Language
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The pupil turned her easel so that no one but the master could see the sketch, which she placed upon it, and said, in an agitated voice:--
The easel was now surrounded; Servin descanted on the beauty of the copy which his favorite pupil was then making, and the whole class was duped by this stratagem, except Amelie, who, slipping behind her companions, attempted to open the portfolio where she had seen Ginevra throw the sketch.
Servin left Ginevra, went round once more to each easel, and gave such long lessons that he was still there at the hour when the pupils were in the habit of leaving.
When they were all reseated before their easels, Servin sat down beside Ginevra.
The Fife artist used the easel when he painted many of his early works.
FINE LITTLE LOT Some of the photos, paints and brushes which belonged to John Falconar Slater BRUSHING UP Tom Carroll of Anderson & Garland auctioneers with Slater's easel, brushes and paints
A The Great Little Trading Company have a solid birch easel with a chalk and white board, plus a dowel along the top for a roll of paper.
He admitted he had never encountered an artist with an easel in a parking bay before.
Members of the Arts Club, then, spent less time at the easel and more at the bar.
This modest overview of twelve paintings executed by Magnus von Plessen since 1999 was a thoughtful reinvestigation of traditional easel painting and an unexpectedly intense reinvigoration of genres and emphases sometimes considered exhausted.
In May 2002, Tylle painted seven oil studies of ACE/CO using prepared, white cardboard on a tripod easel.