Tueller Wall Easel, Model 366
Model 366 Wall Easel with Two Telescoping Masts. The telescoping masts allow a painting to be moved up while working, without having to continually re-adjust the canvas holders individually. This makes it easier to reach all areas of the painting surface with less need for crouching down or standing on a step ladder. This feature works best in rooms with high ceilings – 9 feet or higher.
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This is our Model 366 Tueller Wall Easel with Two Telescoping Masts. Dimensions are 66 inches wide by 68 inches tall. Made of red oak, hand finished with danish oil. Installation hardware is included. Our wall easels are individually handcrafted. Orders typically ship within 14 days. We send emails to keep you updated on the status of your order. Shipping costs are shown before placing an order.
- Two 66 inch Wall Rails
- Two 68 inch Telescoping Masts (allows canvases to be re-positioned during painting session)
- Two Pairs of Adjustable Tension Canvas Holders (with your choice of large grips, small grips, soft foam pads)
- Hardware and Step-by-Step Installation Instructions
- Space Saving – Perfect for small studios that are tight on space
- Modular – Customize with additional masts, rail, work trays, larger canvas holders and more
- Movable Masts – Can be moved anywhere along the rail or removed altogether
- Lightweight – Assembled weight is less than 30 pounds
- Large – Accommodate canvases up to 58 inches tall ✕ 72 inches wide
- Attractive – Responsibly harvested, kiln-dried red oak from Draftwood Forest Products of Floyd, Virginia
NOTES: We include installation instructions and 2-inch long wood screws for fastening the wall easels onto a typical stud wall. Installing the wall rails requires a tape measure, drill, screwdriver with a #2 square drive bit, level, and a little know-how. An electronic stud finder is helpful too! You may want to contact us before placing an order if you have questions about installing a wall easel on another type of wall.
A brief animation of the telescoping masts.