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Houston moved on to look at the Gobelin tapestry.
He wheeled around abruptly and pulled down a gobelin that had been hanging behind his back.
From 1850 to 1853 he directed the manufactory of Gobelin tapestries.
He has wrapped himself in our good gobelin," he muttered.
A piece of tapestry, a gobelin which had been ordered and made in the 1920s, served as a model.
"The sun is about to set," he declared as he regarded a gobelin representing a sunrise.
Along one wall stretched a faded Gobelin tapestry.
He was not a sewing-machine, like you and me; he was a Gobelin loom.
The château contains important items of furniture as well as Gobelin tapestries.
The room was flooded with a soft illumination, cleverly directed at the Gobelin tapestries that lined one wall.
Today, the elector's former palace is a museum; among other curiosities, it contains some fine Gobelin tapestries.
He also became head of the Royal Gobelin tapestry factory, for which he produced many ambitious designs.
An idea of the nature of the store's clientele can be found in a 1926 theft report, which noted that a Gobelin tapestry was missing.
Its Gobelin tapestry covering is woven in France of 80 percent cotton and 20 percent wool.
The large, gilded drawing room was hung with huge Gobelin tapestries separated by ornate pilasters.
Other festive halls were decorated with frescoes and luxurious gobelin tapestries from the 17th century.
Thus numerous paintings and Gobelin tapestries were created, as well as medals and poems.
Gobelin stitch is a slanting stitch used in needlepoint.
The word entered Latin as cobalus, then possibly French as gobelin.
He designed tapestries for the Aubusson and Gobelin factories.
Those tapestries Gobelin?"
Biennale Prize for the collective gobelin "Tapestry without limits"
With people like Wittgenstein and Duveen Gobelin, the tapestry people.
Only the curtains and the coverings on the furniture are real products of the Parisian Gobelin Manufactory.
She studied gobelin weaving at the Gobelins Manufactory in Paris.
It is as good to read through this book of pictures, as to stay in a house hung with Gobelin tapestry.
"That is Slot Zylen, still lived in by the family; some very nice Gobelin tapestries are inside."
The dining room with its Gobelin tapestry, its sideboard and its plate filled him with astonishment.
For several royal palaces, he painted a series of tapestries in watercolor, in imitation of Gobelin tapestry.
There's a scale model of Montreal circa 1760, a huge head of a bison, a Gobelin tapestry and tools used by explorers.
It was as if they had stepped into one of the Gobelin tapestries that hung on the walls of the Schlosshotel.
The gardens frame the fine house, famous for its 18th-century Adam decoration, Gobelin tapestries and collections of sculpture and furniture.
And arguably France, with its wine, its Gobelin tapestries, its linens and its art, had the greatest treasures.
To one commentator the Grande Cuvée is as detailed and textured as a Gobelin tapestry.
The voice of Keggs, saying complimentary things about the Gobelin Tapestry, came to their ears like the roll of distant drums.
Archduke ordered more Gobelin tapestries with the stories of Jason and those of Raphael Pallavicini.
The painstaking Gobelin tapestry style, which was developed in the famed atelier sponsored by Louis XIV, is also well represented.
The walls were mostly covered by Gobelin tapestries, and, incongruously, Minna thought, a huge framed painting of a scene from Armbruster's own stockyards.
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