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  • But it would be as unfair to judge of what he can do in this department by his acknowledged failures as it would be to form an estimate of the genius of Michel Angelo from the easel-picture of the Virgin and

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 09, No. 51, January, 1862 Various

  • The easel-picture "Ritter Kurts's Search for a Wife" had gained the commission for him, for the delightful humor of his popular creations is not spoiled by flippancy.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock 1840-1916 1913

  • The design is carried on from the chairs to the footboard of the bed; but in their midst upon the footboard is let in this oval, easel-picture, painted on wood.

    The Grey Room Eden Phillpotts 1911

  • Ac Indicate after the title whether it is an easel-picture, fresco, statue, relief, or a part of a larger work.

    A Library Primer John Cotton Dana 1892

  • He painted a large Holy Family of this shape for his friend Angelo Doni, which may, I think, be reckoned the only easel-picture attributable with absolute certainty to his hand.

    The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti John Addington Symonds 1866

  • The simple effects attainable in an easel-picture did not satisfy him.

    Art in England Notes and Studies Dutton Cook 1856


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