- n. Plural form of Gobelin.
“Gobelins tapestry, so named from the _Manufacture des Gobelins_ in”
“Le Sieur Dagly was supposed to have imported the secret and was established at the Gobelins works where he made what was called "_vernis de Gobelins_.”
“Walter Scott, so also do Fouqué's romances of chivalry  remind us of the fantastic tapestries known as Gobelins, whose rich texture and brilliant colors are more pleasing to our eyes than edifying to our souls.”
“It opens out of splendid courtyards and staircases, and ranges through rooms which have quite a feudal gloom about them; most of these are hung with bad late tapestries (too late at least for my taste), so that the gloom is welcome and charming, making even "Gobelins" quite bearable.”
“It's the same old slick Fox producer, just outsourcing to Gobelins students this time. aziz the talent pool in animation is thin in los angeles?!?”
“But the kid specific activities -- a kids "tea" featuring teddy bear "bisounours" at the Galerie des Gobelins, horse drawn carriage rides, a courtyard ice skating rink during Christmas are the fodder of scrapbook memories.”
“I had taken tea and wonderful pastries in the lovely Galerie des Gobelins off the lobby, but had never actually had the privilege of staying there until that trip.”
“If you can't afford a room at this beautiful hotel, at least indulge yourself by stopping by to have a drink in the Galerie des Gobelins or their very hot bar.”
“We didn't want a typical Gobelins' film, glad it does make people react, laugh or shock.”
“Two from the remarkable french animation school, Gobelins.”
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