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Gargoyle painting in watercolor fantasy art  8 x 10 print stone statue

Gargoyle painting in watercolor fantasy art 8 x 10 print stone statue

Dedo Gargoyle - Notre Dame gargoyle - Modern copies of Little Dedo - The legend says: Marie Therese, a nun from a convent in Provence, disliked the evil-looking gargoyles on the new Notre Dame Cathedral. Disguised as a man, she trekked on foot to Paris, entered the work site & quickly carved a small block into a lovable, protective creature. She placed her creature, with its pointy ears and human-like feet, on the highest roof..

Dedo Gargoyle - Notre Dame gargoyle - Modern copies of Little Dedo - The legend says: Marie Therese, a nun from a convent in Provence, disliked the evil-looking gargoyles on the new Notre Dame Cathedral. Disguised as a man, she trekked on foot to Paris, entered the work site & quickly carved a small block into a lovable, protective creature. She placed her creature, with its pointy ears and human-like feet, on the highest roof..

Gargoyles are usually an elongated fantastic animal because the length of the gargoyle determines how far water is thrown from the wall.

Gargoyles are usually an elongated fantastic animal because the length of the gargoyle determines how far water is thrown from the wall.