This fine specimen stands Stockholm's City Hall, Stadshuset.
Another hunk of stone looks toward the heavens at City Hall.
Sculptor Carl Eldh's "The Song" keeps a steady, sexy beat at Stadshuset.
Christian Erikkson "Bågspännaren (The Arbalester)" commemorates the 15th Century rebellion against Danish overlords.
"The Song" from another angle.
Sculptor Anders Henrik Wissler created "Tors fiske (Thor Fishing)" for Mariatorget Square in Stockholm.
Here's Wissler's "Thor Fishing" from a point of view you may recognize.
Milles' The Archer keeps watch outside Liljevalchs Konsthall on Djurgården in Stockholm.
"God's Hand" is one of Carl Milles' most famous creations and is reason enough to visit Millesgården.
John Börjeson's "Fången Viking (Captured Viking)."
Milles' "The Sunsinger" greets the day in style.
And he sees it off in much the same way.
Carl Milles' "Poseidon" isn't in Stockholm — it's in nearby Gothenburg — but his generous proportions are worth an ogle anyway.