Posts Tagged ‘Boston MA’

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A Rather Unusual High Relief Carving of a Winged Death’s Head Found on an Early 18th Century Gravestone at King’s Chapel Burying Ground in Boston, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on December 31, 2019)

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An Imp-Like Grotesque Bearing His Fangs and Gripping a Shield Found on the Facade of the Historic Burrage House Located on the Corner of Commonwealth Avenue and Hereford Street in Boston, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on September 25, 2019)

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The Faces of Angels, Cherubs, and Green Men Hover Above the Entryway of the Historic Burrage House on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on August 31, 2014)

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A Close-Up of the Head of a Dragon Carved in Stone on the Facade of the Historic Burrage House on the Corner of Commonwealth Avenue and Hereford Street in Boston, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on March 8, 2020)

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A Giant Bronze Frog (Sculpted by Medford, MA Artist David Phillips in 2003) Sulks and Stares Out Toward the Frog Pond at Boston Common (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on January 15, 2015)

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A Cat-Like Gargoyle With Wings Holding a Shield Seen on the Exterior of the Burrage House on the Corner of Hereford Street and Commonwealth Avenue in Boston, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on July 1, 2019)

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An Enormous Kitty Grips His Fish Supper Tightly Between His Teeth as He Rides the Carousel on Boston Common (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on January 9, 2015)

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One of the Many Gargoyles and Grotesques That Decorate the Exterior of the Burrage House in Boston Opens His Mouth Wide to Expose Four Fangs and a Tongue (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on September 26, 2018)

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A Lone Dragon Gallops Alongside the Horses on the Carousel on Boston Common (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on June 19, 2014)

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“Art”, One of A Pair of Large Bronze Seated Statues Sculpted by Bela Pratt Near the Entrance of the Boston Public Library (the Other is Entitled “Science), Depicts a Woman in a Long Flowing Gown Holding a Paintbrush in Her Right Hand and an Artist’s Palette in Her Left (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on  January 6, 2019)