Archive for the ‘Chimeras’ Category

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A Small Winged Gargoyle With the Head of a Lion and the Tail of a Dragon Sits on a Wooden Ledge That Runs Along the Front of the Historic Blackington Building on Main Street in Sturbridge, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on November 20, 2017)

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A Winged Mastiff Pup Appears to Be About to Pounce From His Perch on a Large Block of Granite Next to a House on Main Street in Oxford, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on November 11,  2015)

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A Cherubic Face Watches While a Winged Dragon-Like Creature With the Head of a Wolf Crawls Up an Arch on the Facade of the Historic House in Boston, MA

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A Wingless Grotesque With a Long Neck and Feline Ears Seen Grasping a Shield in His Talon-Like Hands High on the Exterior of the Burrage House in Boston, MA

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A Pair of Small Winged Gargoyles Spotted Together in the Front Yard of a Home on Englewood Avenue in Worcester, MA

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This Cat-Like Gargoyle With Wings Is Just One of the Many Fantastical Creatures That Can Be Found on the Exterior of the Burrage House on the Corner of Hereford Street and Commonwealth Avenue in Boston, Massachusetts

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A Small Winged Gargoyle With the Head of a Lion and the Tail of a Dragon Sits on a Wooden Ledge That Runs Along the Front of the Historic Blackington Building on Main Street in Sturbridge, MA

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

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Posted: September 10, 2016 in Chimeras, Lions
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Unless One Was Specifically Looking for Them, It’s Easy to Overlook the Tiny Winged Lions Found at the Base of the Patinated Bronze Lamp Posts on the Front Steps of the Worcester Art Museum

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A Winged Mastiff Pup Appears to Be About to Pounce From His Perch on a Large Block of Granite Next to a House on Main Street in Oxford, MA