As a woman artist, the “Venus” figures have always inspired me. Wanting to understand them, I read every scholarly work on a new field of research: the divine feminine. Each book focused on one par…
Clay figurine; woman holding out her breasts; painted with bangles and body decoration; seated; head lost. Excavated/Findspot Syria,Chagar Bazar, Prehistoric Level 8 6000BC-5000BC Halaf Culture The...
An Exceptional and Important Neolithic Lime Plaster Pair of Standing Females
Lime plaster, early 7th millennium B.C.E., From Southern Anatolia From the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. On loan from the private collection of Jonathan and Jeannette Rosen.
A VINCA TERRACOTTA STANDING 'BIRD GODDESS'
A VINCA TERRACOTTA STANDING 'BIRD GODDESS' NEOLITHIC, CIRCA 5TH MILLENNIUM B.C. With a distinctive duck-beaked mask, with hair above and pierced ears, wearing a long-sleeved tunic with pleated sleeves and a tight-fitting skirt with incised cross-hatching and fringed bottom, pierced at the elbows 6 3/8 in. (16.1 cm.) high
Picture credit: Wikipedia Venus figurines are a group of similar-featured archaeological artefacts, thought by some to be earliest representation of the Earth Mother Goddess. Of course, we cannot…
MESOPOTAMIAN EYE IDOL STATUE, MINIATURE - Jan 23, 2014 | Artistic Findings - Contact - Mary Dean in NV
Mesopotamian Eye Idol Statue, Miniature - Size: 2.5"h X 2.5"w X 1.75"d Item Type: Mesopotamian Statue Material: Resin... Item was passed