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BOB ROSS inspired painters! Daler-Rowney Exeter Radial Studio Easel for sale - ?75

Maria Mac

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Hi, anyone ready to take up a palette?... lovely sturdy easel needs a home. Out of it's box once to display a painting and not used to paint on. Robust and ready for any budding artists!

Here's some website info:

The Exeter Radial Studio Easel from Daler-Rowney is a robust and durable easel produced from beechwood.

Good quality and fully adjustable, it allows you to work at various working positions as you can change the height as well as the angle of the working surfaces.

This easel is also easily foldable and convenient to store, making it particularly popular in schools, colleges and universities.

This easel can hold canvases and boards with a maximum height of 188cm.

It weighs 7.25kg and when folded it measures approximately 156 x 19 x 19cm

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