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Go·be·lin

 (gō′bə-lĭn, gŏb′ə-)
n.
A tapestry of a kind woven at the Gobelin works in Paris, France, noted for rich pictorial design.

Gobelin

(ˈɡəʊbəlɪn; French ɡɔblɛ̃)
adj
(Textiles) of or resembling tapestry made at the Gobelins' factory in Paris, having vivid pictorial scenes
n
(Textiles) a tapestry of this kind
[C19: from the Gobelin family, who founded the factory]

Gob•e•lin

(ˈgɒb ə lɪn, ˈgoʊ bə-; Fr. gɔˈblɛ̃)

adj.
1. made at a tapestry factory in Paris established by the Gobelin family.
2. resembling the tapestry made at the Gobelin factory.
n.
3. a tapestry from the Gobelin factory.
[1780–90]
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The count had valuable Gobelin tapestries and Persian carpets in the house.
The walls were hung round with tapestry, said to be from the Gobelin looms, and, at all events, representing the Scriptural story of David and Bathsheba, and Nathan the Prophet, in colours still unfaded, but which made the fair woman of the scene almost as grimly picturesque as the woe-denouncing seer.
A global reference inthe fields of digital communication, interactive design andentertainment for more than 50 years, Gobelins - one of the schools ofthe Paris Ile-de-France Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry - isrenowned for its exceptional depth of training in photography, animatedfilmmaking, 3D animation, motion design and video gaming.
A global reference in the fields of digital communication, interactive design and entertainment for over 50 years, Gobelins one of the schools of the Paris Ile-de-France Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry is renowned for its exceptional depth of training in photography, animated filmmaking, 3D animation, motion design and video gaming.
4), a series commissioned from the Manufacture royale des Gobelins by Louis XIV's minister of finance Jean-Baptiste Colbert, and produced between 1665 and 1673 (3m [euro]-4m [euro] for the group).
These high-performance machines are suitable for weaving delicate damasks, tapestries, Gobelins, brocades, wall fabrics, terry and silk fabrics, narrow textiles, name-list weaving on selvedges, and technical textiles with Jacquard constructions.
Aside from their participation at the Mipcom, Philippine animation companies also held meetings with the French Association of Animated Film (AFCA) and the Network of French Animation Schools (RECA), which included Les Gobelins, the number one animation school in the world.
She graduated from TEcole des Gobelins, ecole de Timage, in 2010, where she studied graphic arts, painting, and collage techniques.
Contract notice: This Consultation Is Professional Audiovisual Equipment Rental Service Covered For The Needs Of Initial Training And Continuing Education Of Gobelins School Of Image.
Three of the world's top 10 international animation schools are in France, led by Gobelins in Paris, according to a survey by the Animation Career Reviews website.
Needing some special silver thread for her tapestry's border, Therese persuaded a Gobelins metalsmith to trade her some silver thread for vegetables from her garden.
Es mas, incluso trabajando con el mismo libro con el que lo hace Foucault, Le Manufacture Nationale des Gobelins de Edouard Gerspach, se advierte que toda la administracion y hasta la creacion de la manufactura se realizo por edictos reales.