On the walls were hung some pieces of tapestry, where there were not bookcases.
The posters, maculated with filth, garnished like tapestry the sweep of the curbstone.
There had been just room, and no more, for Clara to stand between the tapestry and the books.
In a costume other than evening clothes, he might have walked out of a tapestry.
After a drawing, now in the Louvre, for Raphaels tapestry cartoons.
No drawn picture stirred him to the extent that did the tapestry of a city street.
He cornered her at last and she stopped with her back to the tapestry with which the room was hung.
My wife copied the tapestry from an original in the Metropolitan Museum.
A representation of the landing is one of the designs in the Bayeux tapestry.
It is not a tapestry nor a picture—it is primarily a window.