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France: Paris Gargoyle By David Anderson, Joel Anderson, 2015
Did you know that the word “gargoyle” comes from French “gargouille” which means “throat”? That would appear to take its inspiration from the statues’ water-siphoning gullets. But in actual fact, the name comes from the French legend of “La Gargouille,” a fearsome dragon from French mythology. Inspired by the thousands of gargoyles that crouch like sentinels on the roofs of Paris buildings, Anderson Design Group crafted a vintage travel poster of one such gargoyle. Perfect for lovers of French architecture and design, this retro artwork is available as an art print, canvas banner, framed postcard, or as a set of notecards or postcards. To learn more about the gargoyles and other Paris attractions, check out the France Tourism Bureau.
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