The Green Man Gargoyle Awake

The Green Man, a name coined by Lady Raglan in 1939, is a medieval image or gargoyle, usually found in churches. Carved in stone or wood, depicted on stained glass and illuminated manuscripts, he can be recognized as a face, often grotesque, with foliage sprouting from his mouth, nose, eyes or ears. Alternatively, he may be a face composed entirely of leaves. Exterior or interior, he is featured on capitals, corbels, choir stalls, bench ends, fonts, screens, roof bosses - any surface open to ornamentation.

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