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About Gobelins
The Gobelin as an art work was founded as a dye works in the middle of 15th century, by Jean Gobelin. A tapestry works started by two Flemish weavers, Marc de Comans and Françis de la Planche, called to France by Henri IV in 1601, was later added. In 1662, Louis XIV purchased the Tapestries manufactory and there Colbert united all the royal craftsmen, creating a royal and furniture works. The Tapestries was temporarily closed from 1694 to 1697, after which the works specialized in gobelin. The factory has always been noted for excellence of materials, dyes, and workmanship; it originated the exquisite its blue.

Very famous tapestries from its looms include a set based on copies of Raphael's frescoes in the Vatican and 14 great pieces commemorating the achievements of Louis XIV.

Today, we have milions and millions of gobelin art users and collector around the Globe in many many homes and offices.

Gobelins are manufacturing in one of three basic techniques :

1. Original pieces are manually sewing on sewing bench/frame;

2. The second method is the Silk-Screening or Serigraph process. This is a printing process speedy and cheap.

3. The third method is Jacquard weaving. This is a machine process which reduces much the production time and the cost.

These gobelins from gallery are manually sewing after famous paintings: landscapes, portraits, floral motifs or religious pictures. It is a long involved process taking many months in production, depend by dimensions and difficulty to the original picture.
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CUM SE COASE UN GOBLEN

Coaserea

Pictura cu acul in ochi de goblen numita si broderie de goblen, s-a bucurat si se bucura de o mare atractivitate. Prelucrarea se realizeaza fie in cusatura goblen punct norvegian, fie in cusatura petit point (punct mic), fie in combinatie cu amandoua.
Broderia goblen la punct mic pe panza de 100 ochiuri/cm2 se realizeaza prin coasere cu firul in doua (sau cu doua fire din cele sase ale firului de muline).
Punctul de goblen norvegian pe panza de 100 ochiuri/cm2 se realizeaza cu firul in trei si cu doua impunsaturi alaturate peste doua fire de panza.
Pentru panzele mai rare, cusatura se realizeaza in acelasi mod dar cu numar crescut de fire. Un model de goblen se poate coase si folosind cele doua feluri de ochiuri in combinatie. De regula fata, mainile si picioarele se executa in punct mic pentru a se putea cuprinde toate detaliile iar partea cea mai mare din goblen se executa cu punct norvegian. In aceasta situatie tabloul capata dimensiuni mai mari si cu detalii bine redate.


Spalarea si calcarea

Spalarea goblenului duce la eliminarea tensiunilor acumulate in timpul coaserii, la eliminarea murdariei si la inviorarea culorilor. Uscarea se face in stare intinsa iar cand este preuscat se calca pe spate peste o panza alba, subtire din bumbac.


Inramarea tabloului

Pentru inramarea tabloului este nevoie de o placa de lemn de esenta tare (placaj) la marimea tabloului cusut. Placa se asaza pe dosul goblenului iar marginile de rezerva ale panzei se pun in asa fel incat sa se poata lipi pe dosul placii cu clei. Bineinteles, trebuie sa se aiba grija ca liniile de tesatura sa fie drepte si paralele , atat in lung cat si in lat iar liniile de broderie, de asemenea. Atat timp cat cleiul de pe spatele placii nu s-a uscat, aceste linii se pot corecta prin tragere
 
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