It's jutting out from the corner of the roof, so it could conceivably be a gargoyle proper or a grotesque.
In my case I have a small gargoyle figurine that I purchased from the Chicago Institute of Architecture.
It was a tall, grand old building of stone and steel, with ornate windows and gargoyles leering down at her from the ramparts.
The building had marvelously designed statues of gargoyles , angels and some other demon looking like creatures.
The ancient Greeks adorned important buildings with gargoyles to throw water away from the foundations.
A towering castle of mud has screaming faces and gargoyles sculpted into its crenellated turrets.
On a Gothic building it was natural to provide gargoyles at cornice level.
Squat and few in number to begin with, by the thirteenth century gargoyles became more numerous and had developed the projecting form characteristic of gothic cathedrals.
They are irrigated by surface water poured from gargoyles , a torrent that in winter becomes magically frozen.
There he spent three years receiving a legal education in the gargoyled halls of the Yale Law School, an institution regarded as very prestigious by, well, students at the Yale Law School.