Here we have two of Twickenham's famous Naked Ladies. They are part of a strange tableau in the gardens by the river, quite a surprise when you first come across them. There's a local beer named after them: twickenham-fine-ales.co.uk/regulars/
Here are two drawings from the most powerful war memorial I know. It's at Hyde Park Corner, in London, where it stands surrounded by roaring traffic. It was designed by Charles Jagger, and was controversial in its day because it included a dead soldier hidden under his greatcoat.
Here's a pencil drawing of Perseus with the head of The Medusa. It's in the plaster casts gallery at the V&A, an extraordinary collection of famous and beautiful sculptures from all around Europe. This one is a bit gruesome, but it's striking how Perseus was portrayed as a fairly light-weight lad, rather the the muscle-bound super-heroes you some times see. The sculptor was Hubert Gerhard, who was Dutch, and lived in the late 16th/early 17th centuries.
This is a pencil drawing of one of the metopes - sculptures that decorated the Parthenon - in the British Museum. When drawing them you discover just how good their sculptors were.