Archive for the ‘Busts’ Category

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A Metallic Bust of a Lycanthrope (Better Known as a Werewolf) Seen on Display at the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on November 30, 2019)

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A Stone Bust of 19th Century American Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Found in the Courtyard Garden of the Wayside Inn in Sudbury, MA, Which Was Immortalized in His Book of Poetry “Tales of the Wayside Inn” (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on July 16, 2018)

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A Wooden Bust of the Store’s Namesake, Zebulon Northrop Tilton, Found Inside Zeb’s General Store on White Mountain Highway in North Conway, NH (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on March 17  2018)

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A Totally Unique Silver Stud, Bullet, and Rhinestone Encrusted Mannequin Head (Which Resembles a Punk Robot) Seen at the Route 9 Flea Market in Shrewsbury, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on March 20,  2017)

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A Painted and Waxed Plaster Bust of an Old Vermont Farmer Sculpted by Simon Moselsio on Display at the Bennington Museum in Bennington, VT (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on February 26,  2017)

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A Stone Bust of 19th Century American Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Found in the Courtyard Garden of the Wayside Inn in Sudbury, MA Which Was Immortalized in His Book of Poetry “Tales of the Wayside Inn”  (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on July 16, 2018)

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There Is Something So Strange and Ambiguous About This Mysterious Young Maiden Who Resides (At Least For Now) in The Garden Center at Klem’s Tractor Supply in Spencer, Massachusetts. Why Does She Wear a Veil, or Is That the Strands of Her Own Long, Damp Hair Clinging to Her Lovely Face As If She Just Emerged From Water? And Who Can She Possibly Be? Is She a Medieval Bride or Veiled Vestal Virgin? Queen Guinevere or the Lady of the Lake? Perhaps She’s Ophelia Before She Sinks Into Her Watery Grave For the Final Time….. (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on August 28,  2014)

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A Pair of Comical Ceramic Busts (One of a Young Man Playing a Saxophone and the Other of a Girl Clapping Her Hands Over Her Ears in Obvious Distress) Available for Purchase at the Crompton Collective in Worcester, MA

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A Mass-Produced Metal Bust of the American Aviator Charles Lindbergh Available For Purchase at Traditions Antiques on Saranac Avenue in Lake Placid, New York

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A Metallic Bust of a Lycanthrope (Better Known as a Werewolf) Seen on Display at the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine