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FAMILY OF FRENCH DYERS
Gobelin Family; Gilles and Jean Gobelins; Gilles Gobelin; Jean Gobelin

gobelin      
n. الغوبلين سجاد باريسي
tapestry         
  • ''The Lady and the Unicorn'': ''À mon seul désir'' ([[Musée national du Moyen Âge]], Paris). Probably Brussels, c. 1500.
  • Tapestry with monogram "SA" of King [[Sigismund II Augustus]] of [[Poland]]/[[Lithuania]], [[Brussels]], c. 1555. Part of famous [[Jagiellonian tapestries]], also known as the [[Wawel]] Tapestries or Wawel Arrases.
  • 3=Ateliers Pinton}}, [[Felletin]], [[France]]
  •  [[Francisco Goya]] cartoon ''The Parasol'', 1777, [[Prado]]
  • [[Baroque]] design by [[Jacob Jordaens]], ''Creation of the Horse'', from an equine series, woven in wool, silk, gold and silver, Brussels, 1650s
  • ''Fall of [[Tangier]]'', one of the [[Pastrana Tapestries]] (1470s), recording the victories of [[Afonso V of Portugal]] about a decade earlier. Woven in [[Tournai]]
  • Flemish 16th Century, ''The Return from the Hunt'', c. 1525–1550, [[National Gallery of Art]]
  • ''The Attainment'', one of the [[Holy Grail tapestries]], [[Morris & Co.]], 1890s
  • "September", from ''[[Les Chasses de Maximilien]]'', 1531
  • ''[[Battle of Zama]]'' (202 BC), from a set of the life of [[Scipio Africanus]], Gobelins copy of c. 1688, after designs by [[Giulio Romano]] and [[Francesco Penni]] for a set destroyed in French Revolution
  • ''The Stoning of Saint Stephen'', designed by [[Raphael]] for the [[Sistine Chapel]] in 1515–16, a later copy before 1557, in [[Mantua]]
  • Le Bouquet, by [[Marc Saint-Saëns]] 1951.
  • A commercial basse-lisse tapestry loom in the Gobelins factory, 2004
  • photo of low warp loom]]).
  • ''St Adelphus gives clothes to the poor'', part of the tapestry of the ''Life and Miracles of St Adelphus'', c. 1510 ([[Église Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul, Neuwiller-lès-Saverne]])
  • William's]] troops during the [[Battle of Hastings]] in 1066
  • Gobelins tapestries]], also covering the chairs. 1763-71
  • ''Constantine's Triumphal Entry into Rome'', from ''[[The History of Constantine]]'', designed by [[Peter Paul Rubens]] and Pietro da Cortona, 1622
  • The ''[[Apocalypse Tapestry]]'' in the [[Château d'Angers]], in [[Angers]], [[France]]
  • '' Boar and Bear Hunt'', one of the [[Devonshire Hunting Tapestries]], 1430–1450, V&A. 380 x 1020 cm, weight 50 kg.
  • One of the tapestries in the series ''[[The Hunt of the Unicorn]]:'' ''The Unicorn is Found,'' circa 1495–1505, [[The Cloisters]], [[Metropolitan Museum of Art]], New York City
  • ''The Triumph of Fame'', probably [[Brussels]], 1500s
  • The five [[Överhogdal tapestries]]
TEXTILE ARTWORK, TRADITIONALLY WOVEN ON A VERTICAL LOOM USING TAPESTRY WEAVING TECHNIQUES, SOMETIMES EMBELLISHED WITH EMBROIDERY OR PAINT
Tapestries; Tapissery; Tapicer; Verdure Tapestry
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نسيج مزدان بالرسوم و الصور تتخذ منه السجف و تنجد به الكراسى تطريز على الكنفا
VT
زود او كسا او زين بهذا النسيج
TAPESTRY         
  • ''The Lady and the Unicorn'': ''À mon seul désir'' ([[Musée national du Moyen Âge]], Paris). Probably Brussels, c. 1500.
  • Tapestry with monogram "SA" of King [[Sigismund II Augustus]] of [[Poland]]/[[Lithuania]], [[Brussels]], c. 1555. Part of famous [[Jagiellonian tapestries]], also known as the [[Wawel]] Tapestries or Wawel Arrases.
  • 3=Ateliers Pinton}}, [[Felletin]], [[France]]
  •  [[Francisco Goya]] cartoon ''The Parasol'', 1777, [[Prado]]
  • [[Baroque]] design by [[Jacob Jordaens]], ''Creation of the Horse'', from an equine series, woven in wool, silk, gold and silver, Brussels, 1650s
  • ''Fall of [[Tangier]]'', one of the [[Pastrana Tapestries]] (1470s), recording the victories of [[Afonso V of Portugal]] about a decade earlier. Woven in [[Tournai]]
  • Flemish 16th Century, ''The Return from the Hunt'', c. 1525–1550, [[National Gallery of Art]]
  • ''The Attainment'', one of the [[Holy Grail tapestries]], [[Morris & Co.]], 1890s
  • "September", from ''[[Les Chasses de Maximilien]]'', 1531
  • ''[[Battle of Zama]]'' (202 BC), from a set of the life of [[Scipio Africanus]], Gobelins copy of c. 1688, after designs by [[Giulio Romano]] and [[Francesco Penni]] for a set destroyed in French Revolution
  • ''The Stoning of Saint Stephen'', designed by [[Raphael]] for the [[Sistine Chapel]] in 1515–16, a later copy before 1557, in [[Mantua]]
  • Le Bouquet, by [[Marc Saint-Saëns]] 1951.
  • A commercial basse-lisse tapestry loom in the Gobelins factory, 2004
  • photo of low warp loom]]).
  • ''St Adelphus gives clothes to the poor'', part of the tapestry of the ''Life and Miracles of St Adelphus'', c. 1510 ([[Église Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul, Neuwiller-lès-Saverne]])
  • William's]] troops during the [[Battle of Hastings]] in 1066
  • Gobelins tapestries]], also covering the chairs. 1763-71
  • ''Constantine's Triumphal Entry into Rome'', from ''[[The History of Constantine]]'', designed by [[Peter Paul Rubens]] and Pietro da Cortona, 1622
  • The ''[[Apocalypse Tapestry]]'' in the [[Château d'Angers]], in [[Angers]], [[France]]
  • '' Boar and Bear Hunt'', one of the [[Devonshire Hunting Tapestries]], 1430–1450, V&A. 380 x 1020 cm, weight 50 kg.
  • One of the tapestries in the series ''[[The Hunt of the Unicorn]]:'' ''The Unicorn is Found,'' circa 1495–1505, [[The Cloisters]], [[Metropolitan Museum of Art]], New York City
  • ''The Triumph of Fame'', probably [[Brussels]], 1500s
  • The five [[Överhogdal tapestries]]
TEXTILE ARTWORK, TRADITIONALLY WOVEN ON A VERTICAL LOOM USING TAPESTRY WEAVING TECHNIQUES, SOMETIMES EMBELLISHED WITH EMBROIDERY OR PAINT
Tapestries; Tapissery; Tapicer; Verdure Tapestry

ألاسم

بساط حائط مزخرف; نسيج مزدان بالرسوم و الصور; نجود

تعريف

Gobelin
·adj Pertaining to tapestry produced in the so-called Gobelin works, which have been maintained by the French Government since 1667.

ويكيبيديا

Gobelin

Gobelin was the name of a family of dyers, who in all probability came originally from Reims, France, and who in the middle of the 15th century established themselves in the Faubourg Saint Marcel, Paris, on the banks of the Bièvre.

The first head of the firm was named Jehan Gobelin (d. 1476). He discovered a peculiar kind of scarlet dyestuff, and he expended so much money on his establishment that it was named by the common people la folie Gobelin. To the dye-works there was added in the 16th century a manufactory of tapestry.

The family's wealth increased so rapidly that in the third or fourth generation some of them forsook their trade and purchased titles of nobility. More than one of their number held offices of state, among others Balthasar, who became successively treasurer general of artillery, treasurer extraordinary of war, councillor secretary of the king, chancellor of the exchequer, councillor of state and president of the chamber of accounts, and who in 1601 received from Henry IV the lands and lordship of Brie-Comte-Robert. He died in 1603. The name of the Gobelins as dyers cannot be found later than the end of the 17th century.

In 1662, the works in the Faubourg Saint Marcel, with the adjoining grounds, were purchased by Jean-Baptiste Colbert on behalf of Louis XIV and transformed into a general upholstery manufactory, the Gobelins Manufactory.

In various languages 'gobelin' is synonymous for 'tapestry'.