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Gargoyle on Palazzo Morea, formerly Carrozzini, at Vico Gianbattista del Tufo 20

1700

ArtWork Cultura

ArtWork Cultura
Lecce, Italy

One of the gargolyle made of Lecce stone, sculpted in high relief, decorating most of the ancient buildings in the historic centre of Lecce.
Theriomorphic feline-like mask, with long moustahce and small pointy ears. Tha mouth is open and the neck is decorated with leaves.

Details

  • Title: Gargoyle on Palazzo Morea, formerly Carrozzini, at Vico Gianbattista del Tufo 20
  • Date Created: 1700
  • Location Created: Lecce, Italy
  • Type: gargoyle
  • Rights: Photo: ArtWork scs Description from: Cicirillo F. and Papa A., "La maschera nell'architettura civile a Lecce", Lecce, Milella Edizioni, 1999
  • Medium: Lecce stone

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