Stryge ( Eugène Viollet-le-Duc)  

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Stryge (1853) is a print by French etcher Charles Méryon depicting one of the chimera of the Galerie des chimères of the Notre Dame de Paris cathedral.
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Stryge (1853) is a print by French etcher Charles Méryon depicting one of the chimera of the Galerie des chimères of the Notre Dame de Paris cathedral.

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Charles Méryon, Strix (mythology)

The Stryge (usually transliterated as the vampire) is the name of a sculpture, designed by Eugène Viollet-le-Duc and sculpted by the little-known Victor-Joseph Pyanet. It is part of the Galerie des chimères series of chimera on the Notre Dame de Paris cathedral. It is also the title of famous print of the sculpture by Charles Méryon, first published in 1853.

The first state of the "Stryge" - that "with the verses" - selling under the hammer in 1873 for £5, sold again in 1905 for £100.

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