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Was said to be always watching, as gargoyles are alwaxs looking dowTi For example, at Amiens Cathedral Amiens, France. on much goes, one passersby. in France a below (plate 17). No govles (plates 18 and 19). falls matter where one under the gaze of yet another gargoyle. No person is alone, and no activity escapes notice. At band of gar^ovles on the balcom- seem to be studying the \isitors balcony. the Cathedral of Saint John in Den Bosch or the Cathedral of Saint Rumbald in Mechelen, Belgium Everywhere one looks, these silent observers are patiently watching.
The gargoyles cestors in their wit. xford Univer- for the was not customar)' sculptures Middle Ages. individuality of the of thoroughly to be be the and fellow workers. Ego Some new sculptor-mason Percy Quick. Today's carvings tend these parts of the church. There carvings could have been made more comfortable there. ample, the sculptures corbels, vault bosses, and other locations at a distance feel are "interpretations' of medieval gargoyles, others T~he seemingly eccentric aspects of the gargoyles and misericords, education of the clergy; thus, the gargoyles replacing those that have been purpose transcended the necessity of removing water from the roof or giving back to the thirteenth and est extant colleges date structural neces- Oxford University, where the ica also secular nonscholastic buildings in Amer- appear to be gargoyled; the forms have been seemingly countless gargoyles and grotesques are perpetuated but not their function as gutters.
200 Victorian Fretwork Designs: Borders, Panels, Medallions and Other Patterns by A. Sanguineti