Right Eye from a Statue, Greek, 500–100 B.C., marble, obsidian, glass, and copper, Getty Museum. for artistic purposes i shall say it is the Right Eye of Apollo. The eye looks distinctly fish shaped, but that may or may not be pareidolia ;)
From a set by E. Schneider, circa 1910, depicting models in a series of relaxed, informal poses in the great outdoors. Unlike his contemporary Edmund Edwinstone, the nudity in Schneider’s work is all deliberately discreet, with careful position of limbs to preserve the models’ modesty and keep the images relatively chaste.