Archive for the ‘Architectural Details’ Category

A Gargoyle With a Bat-Like Face Clutches a Shield in His Reptilian Claws as He Peers Down From the Original Stone Facade of the Main Branch of the Cambridge Public Library in Cambridge, MA

One of the Four Magnificent Winged Gargoyles That Grace the Tower of Clinton Town Hall in Clinton, Massachusetts

This Grimacing Visage Is One of the Many Fantastic Faces and Figures Found on the Exterior of the Boston Opera House on Washington Street in Boston, MA

One of the Many Stone Faces Found on the Original Building of the Main Branch of the Cambridge Public Library Built in 1889

A Couple of Muscular Canine-Like Gargoyles Seen Squatting High Upon the Former Gilchrist’s Department Store Building (Now Occupied by the Corner Mall) at the Intersection of Washington and Winter Streets at Downtown Crossing in Boston, MA

One of Four Copper-Sheathed Gargoyles With Open Mouths Found on the Tower of Memorial Hall at the Campus of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Although They Are Easy to Miss, a Series of Small Lion Heads Carved From Stone Can Be Seen on the Cornice That Runs Along the Top the Worcester Art Museum’s Exterior