Posts Tagged ‘Cambridge MA’

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The Stone Visage of a Medieval Monarch Wearing a Crown Glares Across the Courtyard From Atop of Adolphus Busch Hall on the Campus of Harvard University in Cambridge, MA

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This Carving of a Kneeling Monk Resting His Weary Head on the Stack of Books He Struggles to Hold on to Is Fittingly Found on the Original Stone Facade of the Main Branch of the Cambridge Public Library in Cambridge, MA


The Head of a Large Stylized Wooden Sculpture of a Cat Peeks Out From a Mass of Foliage in a Backyard Garden on Mount Auburn Street in Cambridge, MA


A Hooded Grotesque Grasping His Cheeks With Both Hands Stares out From the Original Stone Edifice of the Main Branch of the Cambridge Public Library in Cambridge, MA

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A High Relief Sculpture of an Angel With Two Nude Children Carved on a Monument at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA


Just One of the Multiple Grotesque Faces of Stone Found on the Original Cambridge Public Library Located on Broadway in Cambridge, MA

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A Headstone From the Late 17th Century Found at the Cambridge Old Burying Ground Carved With Many of the Motifs Common on Grave Markers at the Time Including a Winged Skull, Crossbones, and an Hourglass