Presenting an illustration from the Popular Dictionary of Architecture and the Allied Arts, Vol. I (1881) as today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.
“Glancing at the structural details of the cathedrals, churches, and the larger civil buildings of the middle ages, we find an endless variety of both natural and grotesque animals employed as gargoyles (the study of which alone would be an interesting but no light task) …”
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