Statue of Lady Godiva -Coventry. My famous ancestor! Too bad her statue is in the middle of a shopping center :/

Statue of Lady Godiva, Broadgate Coventry, West Midlands - by Sir William Reid Dick - Unveiled in 1949

Children playing, Tresco Abbey Gardens, Scilly Isles.

Children playing, Tresco Abbey Gardens, Scilly Isles.

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Explore history of Lewes in fascinating public art trail

Underwater sculptures emerge from Thames in climate change protest | Art and design | The Guardian

Underwater sculptures emerge from Thames in climate change protest

Underwater sculptures emerge from Thames in climate change protest - Jason deCaires Taylor’s four horsemen of the apocalypse, close to Houses of Parliament, are political comment on impact of fossil fuels

Forever Together by JJsEscape   •   One man and his sheep, Nottinghamshire, UK

One man and his sheep. Sculpture in the gardens of Rufford Abbey, Notts. The sculptor went on to create The Beekeeper who takes his ease in High Road, Beeston, Notts. I have seen the beekeeper many times

Street ballerina near the royal opera house in London

Enzo Plazzotta Italian : "Young Dancer" bronze Covent Garden ,opposite the Royal Opera House , London

Crazy statues--The Headington Shark, Oxford, England

The Headington Shark, Oxford, UK - 40 Unusual and Creative Statue and Sculpture Art

Robin Hood statue outside Nottingham Castle, Nottingham, UK. Sadly, all just a myth. Robin Hood the name was simply derived from a euphemism for a bandit or rather a term used to describe a "robbing hood". The term referred to any such criminal and appeared fairly commonly in the Middle Ages

Robin Hood statue outside Nottingham Castle, Nottingham, UK. I want to see this one day.

Scottish sculptor Rob Mulholland's mirrored art.

Belonging by Scottish sculptor Rob Mulholland (mirror art)

Singing Ringing Tree in Lancashire England is a sculpture made of steel pipes which resonate with the wind and have been tuned by adding holes. Photo by Tony Worrall Foto.

Singing Ringing Tree in Lancashire England is a sculpture made of steel pipes which resonate with the wind and have been tuned by adding holes. Photo by Tony Worrall Singing Ringing Tree, Lancashire, England

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