Posts Tagged ‘Boylston Street Boston MA’

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The Golden Head of a Lion Glares Down From the Facade of the Emerson Colonial Theatre on Boylston Street in Boston, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on November 13,  2018)

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This Stylized Skull, Found on a Late 18th Century Gravestone at the Central Burying Ground Located on Boston Common on Boylston Street, Seems to Resemble an Early 2Oth Century Cartoon Light Bulb With a Sad Face (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on August 27, 2015)

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An Anthropomorphic Rising Sun Motif (Representing Christ’s Resurrection) Found Carved on an Early 19th Century Gravestone at the Central Burying Ground on Boylston Street in Boston, MA


One of a Pair of Heavily Tarnished Bronze Statues of Lions That Flank the Granite Steps Which Lead to the Entrance of The Capital Grille on Boylston Street in Boston, MA

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The Golden Head of a Lion Glares Down From the Facade of the Emerson Colonial Theatre on Boylston Street in Boston, MA

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A Weathered (and Rather Creepy) Marble Face Mounted High Above the Entrance of the Emerson College Print & Copy Center Located in the Colonial Building at 98A Boylston Street in Boston, MA

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The Chubby Face of a Cherub Found on the Marble Facade of an Office Building on Boylston Street in Boston, MA

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A Winged Humanoid Found on the Facade of an Office Building Located on Boylston Street in Worcester, MA

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A Bearded Face Stares Out From the Marble Facade of an Office Building on Boylston Street in Boston, MA

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A Couple of Muscular Cherubs Found on the Elaborately Carved Marble Entrance Way of an Office Building Located at 745 Boylston Street in Boston, MA