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Paint at any angle and even flat!


With this one easel you can paint and varnish even the largest canvases and if you paint small you can actually paint two canvases side by side even of different heights! It is made of smoothly sanded oiled Beech wood and is superbly crafted to function flawlessly. Its wide mast allows you paint pictures up to 60" wide and 82" high... plus you can paint at any angle and even flat. Maximum height is 114" with a minimum height of 78". Base measures 31.5" wide × 30.25" deep. Weighs 43 lbs.

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Saint Remy Studio Easel

Paint at any angle and even flat!

With this one easel you can paint and varnish even the largest canvases and if you paint small you can actually paint two canvases side by side even of different heights! It is made of smoothly sanded oiled Beech wood and is superbly crafted to function flawlessly. Its wide mast allows you paint pictures up to 60" wide and 82" high... plus you can paint at any angle and even flat.

The two independent top canvas holders allow you to fix two smaller canvases of different heights for painting two pictures at one time. The knob locks tighten due to locking plates and even at steep angles the easel can support the heaviest pressure and canvas. Each wheel may be locked without having to bend down.

  • Made of smoothly sanded oiled Beech wood superbly crafted to function flawlessly
  • Two independent top canvas holders allow you to paint two pictures at one time
  • Wide mast allows you to paint pictures up to 60" wide x 82" high
  • Paint at any angle—even flat!
  • Metal rachet system and telescoping slides for painting huge canvases
  • Four castors for easy mobility
Saint Remy Studio Easel is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 81.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "A Retired English Teacher's Guide to Assembling the St. Remy Easel" As mentioned in my original review, I took notes while I assembled my St. Remy to help others assemble theirs. In the past two years, many have contacted me for my version of the instructions, so I thought I would try to just post them here: A Retired English Teacher's Guide to Assembling the Saint Remy Easel Read each step completely before beginning each stage of assembly. Before you begin, identify and line up all the bags of hardware. Make certain all bags are labeled correctly. Use a Sharpie marker to label those without a letter. If you can't find Bag "B," look in the bag with the casters. Now unpack all of the wooden pieces. These packages should each contain a small square with a number on it. Some numbers are stuck to the pieces; others may have fallen off and are loose in the bag. Some may not have numbers at all. Step 1: Locate Part 1 and Part 2 which will create the wooden base. Use hardware from Bag "A" to put these four sections together. Make certain that the sets of four small holes for the casters are all facing the floor. To join these four pieces, slide the tongues into the slots on the side pieces, drop the barrel screw into the round hole on the top of the cross pieces (groove end up) and hold it in place with the flathead screwdriver while sliding the bolt in from the side. The bolt will disappear into the hole - turn it with the Phillips head screwdriver until it's snug (about 35 turns). Step 2: Now flip the whole base assembly over and attach the casters with wood screws found in hardware Bag "B". These casters unlock/lock by flipping the small levers on the top of the wheels. Secure the lock before proceeding to the next step. Step 3: Locate hardware Bag "C" and the two wooden pieces that are Part 3 which will provide vertical supports for the main frame. Place the base unit on its side. Drop the barrel screw into the side of Part 3, insert the bolt into the bottom and tighten. Set the base unit and vertical supports aside for now. Step 4: The pieces to be assembled next include the tray (Part 5) and the two long masts (Part 4). Using the wood screws provided in hardware Bag "D," attach the tray to the front of the two masts. Use the other set of wood screws to attach the ratchet system (Bag "E") to the bottom of the tray. Position the thumb openings at the top and the pointed metal pieces on the bottom. Take care to line up the plate holes with the pre-drilled holes provided. Set this unit aside. CAUTION: When handling the long masts, always watch where the tops are headed out of respect for your ceilings! Step 5: The pieces to be assembled next are the trickiest part of all and, when correctly assembled, form the main frame of the easel. First, locate the single bag that contains both Part 6 and Part 8. It is very important that you recognize that these are two entirely different pieces. Part 6 has two large inverted channels cut into it which will stabilize the double mast when assembly is complete. Part 8 is rather plain with two barrel bolt holes that will face the back. Lay Part 6 piece horizontally on your work surface with the two inverted channels facing you. Slip the ratchet pieces (Part 7) into the slots on the bottom of Part 6 making sure that they're right side up. There should be more empty space at the top than at the bottom. Finally, attach Part 8 to the bottom of Parts 7. The bolt holes should be in the back. Now look carefully at Part 9. These two long pieces have a groove that runs approximately two-thirds up the length of the piece. Place these two pieces on either side of your Part 6/7/8 assembly with the groove nearest the top. These grooves will provide a channel for the tray unit to slide up and down thereby raising and lowering your canvas. Slip the tongues of Parts 6 and 8 into the slots provided in Part 9. If you don't experience immediate success in lining up all four tongues to their matching slots, try joining three of them by putting the barrel screws and bolts in loosely. Stand the assembly upright to enable the final tongue to slip into the final slot. If the two still don't line up perfectly, rotate the assembly and tap it (gently) several times on a carpet to achieve "square". Do not force it. A few rotations should allow the assembly to settle into its proper position. When it does, tighten all of the screws and carry it over to the base unit completed in Step 1. Step 6: Using hardware Bag "G," attach the main frame to the vertical supports on the base. While it is helpful to have two people for this step, it isn't necessary. Unscrew the knobs in the hardware bag from their screws and separate them from both the wooden and brass washers. Hold the screw and washers in one hand and, with the other, grasp the main frame by the top horizontal piece to maneuver it effectively. Move the main frame inside of the vertical braces attached to the base and slip the bolt from the inside to the outside through the main frame. Thread the wooden washer onto the bolt and continue to thread it through the opening in the vertical support. Finally, slip the brass washer onto the end of the bolt and secure with the black knob and tighten. Repeat for the opposite side remembering to always thread from the inside to the outside of the frame. CAUTION: Tighten both knobs securely before you release the frame. Step 7: Connecting the sliding wooden braces to the base and to the main frame will further stabilize the structure. Locate Parts 10 and 11 which are actually one assembled sliding piece and gather together hardware Bags H1, H2 and H3. Look at the base of the easel and locate the hole in the back near the wheel. Place the bottom of Part 11 on the inside of the frame finished side out and thread the H3 bolts and washers through the two parts threading from the inside out. Secure with knobs. Now move to the upper end of the sliding brace and, using hardware Bag H1, repeat the same procedure securing it to the hole nearest to the upper corner of the main frame. Hardware bag H2 will secure the middle of the sliding braces. Repeat the above step for the other side and secure. CAUTION: Before you loosen all six knobs in order to lay your easel flat, you must grip the main frame firmly in one hand in order to control its descent into a flat position. Not doing so, will cause the main frame to fall freely onto the supports thereby scaring the living day lights out of you. When the easel has been safely lowered to the horizontal position, tighten screws lightly to add stability and check to see that the casters are in the locked position. At this time, you're going to add the Saint Remy tray and attached masts to the front of the main frame. Once again, mind your ceilings! Lift the tray assembly and hold it above the horizontal main frame. Keep the tray assembly just below the entry point of the grooves found on the side pieces. Tongues on the side of the tray will have to enter the groove and slide upwards. At the same time, make sure that the two masts are headed toward the inverted channels on the top horizontal piece. Once the tongues are placed in the grooves and the masts are snugly within the channels, insert two thumbs into the thumb pins and lift the metal points away from the ratchet line. Slide the whole assembly up until the points are locked securely into one of the bottom rungs. While the mast is still in the horizontal position, it will be easy to find the canvas holders, Part 12, and slip them over the masts using hardware Pack "J". NOTE: Look for two brass plates in the hardware pack. On the back of Part 12, you will see two vertically-aligned holes. Place the tabs of the brass plate into the holes before slipping it onto the mast. These plates will protect the wood of the mast when the knobs are tightened. Screw the knobs into the front of the canvas holders and tighten into desired position. Also screw the other set of knobs into the back of the mast to secure positioning of the main frame and mast. Loosen all of the knobs holding the easel in the horizontal position and carefully raise the frame into the vertical position. Hold it firmly with one hand while tightening the six knobs that will hold it securely in place. Step 8: Finally! Locate two blocks of wood, Part 13 and, using the wood screws and hex wrench provided, fasten these blocks to the place where the base and the vertical support join. If you have suggestions that will further improve the clarity of this Guide, please leave information in Saint Remy "Comments" or ask Jerrys Artarama to contact me. Have fun! P.S. It's a fabulous easel!!! Trudy M. Mitchell Connecticut
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High Quality, Well Made Easel The first thing that a customer needs to deal with when receiving a product is the packaging. The Saint Remy easel came in a smartly packaged box which had some small dents but affected the easel only minimally. A quick sanding took off the two indentations. Assembling the easel was challenging; the instructions were very not friendly so I planned on spending some time putting things together. While frustrating at times, it was helpful to keep in mind that investing a couple of hours upfront is not a big issue compared to the longevity of the easel which is well made overall. The wood feels solid and gives the easel a sturdiness needed to handle large canvases. Although the largest size I've used so far is only 30 " by 48", I can see how the easel will easily fit the claimed 82" height as long as there is celling room. The top canvas holders have 2 levels of inner grooves that fit thin to thick stretcher bars. The range of angles is from vertical to flat (90 degrees instead of the claimed "any angle") so that pastel painting may not work too well. I have used it in the flat position and it is structurally sturdy making the easel function as a table top for a large canvas. The castors do lock individually and stay put when in the locked position so that if you are taking any frustration out on the canvas the easel will not run away. When unlocked, the easel glides easily with or without a canvas on it.
Date published: 2017-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love My Easel Except for some really confusing directions with poor photographs, it is a great easel. Set up was a challenge, use is not. It is everything I wanted in and expected in this product. The sale price was worth waiting for. If you're looking for a good to great easel this is the one.
Date published: 2016-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice, Sturdy Easel I love this easel! It's a beast! Takes a couple of hours to put together but it's very sturdy when it's done. It's pretty heavy so it's nice that it's on wheels. Good product for the money! Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date published: 2016-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great value, very versatile Just put my easel together, by myself, 60ish female, I was worried because many of the reviews stated it was a challenge but it only took about 2 hours and I had no problems.I love all the positioning possibilities and it is simple and easy to adjust, I am thrilled with my purchase. One piece arrived with a small crack that probably happened during shipping but I am certain Jerry's customer service will replace it quickly as the other reviews state they have been very happy with Jerry's customer service.
Date published: 2015-12-16
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  • Measurements for the Easel are:
    Weight: 43 lbs
    Min Height: 78"
    Max Height: 114"
    Max Canvas Height: 82"
    Footprint: 31.5" x30.25"
    Height of easel when turn horizontal: 36"
    The easel does not tilt forward.
    Bottom canvas tray measures: 25.75" across x 4.75" deep x 5.25" high
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Saint Remy Studio Easel

Paint at any angle and even flat!


With this one easel you can paint and varnish even the largest canvases and if you paint small you can actually paint two canvases side by side even of different heights! It is made of smoothly sanded oiled Beech wood and is superbly crafted to function flawlessly. Its wide mast allows you paint pictures up to 60" wide and 82" high... plus you can paint at any angle and even flat. Maximum height is 114" with a minimum height of 78". Base measures 31.5" wide × 30.25" deep. Weighs 43 lbs.

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