Venus of Laussel
Wall Hanging Represents the cycle of life through the womb
6.5 inch high (16.51 cm) hand finished resin and
clay statue-plaque is a replica from the Laussel cave in France. This piece of
art looks like it was lifted right off the cave wall where it was originally
This early Goddess holding the bison horn was carved
20,000 years before the birth of Christ.
[Dordogne, France. 20,000 B.C.]
of Laussel Rubber Stamp
High Quality,100% red rubber
mounted on straight-sided hardwood blocks with a thick rubber sponge between the
image and the block. 1.5 inches x 1 inch
The original Venus of Laussel statue is 17 inches tall
and was found in the entrance to a cave that was both a dwelling place and a
The Venus of Laussel was painted red, the color of life, blood and rebirth.
Paleolithic sculptors chiseled her out of limestone with tools of flint, with
her right hand holding a bison's horn, crescent-shaped like the moon.
This bison's horn is notched with thirteen marks representing the thirteen days
of the waxing moon and the thirteen months of the lunar year.
With her left hand she points to her swelling womb.