A water spout projecting from a roof, or the parapet of a wall or tower, and carved into a grotesque figure, human or animal.
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Photography of gargoyles from the North Star Gallery with background information, links and history of gargoyles and grotesques.
Gargoyles - Medieval Life and Times
Medieval facts, information and history about gargoyles.
Gargoyles and Grotesques
Massachusetts/ New England photographs of gargoyles, grotesques, chimeras, and other strange and striking statuary in architecture and environs.
Gargoyles and Medieval Culture
Amy Begier explores the relationship between gargoyles and medieval culture.
A Love of Monsters: Gargoyles and Architectural Details in New York City
Amateur enthusiast Amelia Wilson tours us round the wealth of Gothic Revival carving in New York: creatures real and fantastic, and mock-medieval figures.
Todd Hansell Photography
Amateur photographer Todd Hansell captures gargoyles and grotesques on camera, along with the US Gothic Revival buildings.
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