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This 20th century oil on cardboard represents a view of the gargoyles of Notre Dame de Paris cathedral. Representing animals or imaginary or monstrous characters, the gargoyles appeared around 1240. They constitute a technical and practical role: it was a matter of evacuating rainwater by letting it fall a good distance from the walls. Their uninviting aspect aimed at keeping evil, non-Christians or more generally enemies of God away from these consecrated places. They could have a purifying role therefore associated with Good by letting pass through their body, by digesting them, wastewater, dirty from the rain to keep them away from the walls.
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|Location||75006, Paris 6e Arrondissement, France|
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