She left the easel in disgust and refused to touch it again for a week.
Her easel was there, and her half-rubbed out drawing—No, that was not her drawing.
I'm afraid my scruples vanished when I got him before my easel.
She asked to see it, and I wheeled out the easel and threw the drapery back.
And it was there, 'on the easel,' that 'The Dead Child' at last made its appearance.
Through the half-open doorway she saw a girl standing before an easel.
He would have fits of work, when nothing would induce him to stir from the easel.
She felt no personal interest in the answer, but she got up and went to the easel.
Goes to the easel, puts a color on it, and steps back on the other side.
Place my easel here, under the trees; spread that rug for yourself to lie on.