atelier[ at-l-yey, at-l-yey; French atuh-lyey ]SEE DEFINITION OF atelier
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATELIER
They are brand-new, fresh from my atelier, and have never been exhibited in public.
Then he went to the atelier of Roques, where he made rapid progress.
M. de Nailles's orders had been that she was to sit in the atelier.
The look of the atelier—the first she had ever been in in her life—disappointed her.
When may we come to your atelier to see the portrait finished, Maitland?
He studied sculpture at Rome for a time and set up an atelier there.
The scene represents a working girl's atelier in a Parisian store.
He had worked it out in his atelier, but it was destined for the open air.
Thus finally he was enabled to realize his first dream—to have an atelier of his own.
When about twenty-two or twenty-three Rodin entered the atelier of Carrier-Belleuse.
1840, from French atelier "workshop," from Old French astelier "(carpenter's) workshop, woodpile" (14c.), from astele "piece of wood, a shaving, splinter," probably from Late Latin hastella "a thin stick," diminutive of hasta "spear, shaft" (see yard (n.2)).