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An “easel” certainly makes life easier for an artist. It affords a sturdy place on which to rest a canvas, but ease has nothing to do with the word’s origin. Instead, “easel” comes from the German esel or Dutch ezel. The English cognate of ezel is “ass” – a beast of burden, which a laden “easel” metaphorically resembles.
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