I don't upload enough of my observational drawings. XP
Drew this when my art class went to the Met, observation study of the bronze cast statue of a Siren.
Copied from the met website of their description of the statue: This bewitching, just-under-lifesize figure of a siren in the guise of a beautiful nude woman wearing a crown—her hair spread over her shoulders and her hands grasping twin fish tails—immediately evokes the image of the emblematic siren of the Colonna family, one of the two most powerful feudal clans in medieval and Renaissance Rome. Given its large size, this bronze example may originally have been made for the Colonna Palace in Rome. In the seventeenth century it was probably inherited by Anna Colonna, wife of Taddeo Barberini. If this is the case, the figure may be the "siren of bronze with a crown on her head" inventoried in 1644 in the Barberini Palace.