Lespugue's fertility was crucial to survival for our Stone Age ancestors. Her delicately tapered legs may have been inserted into a moist lump of clay, allowing her to stand beside the fire-circle or upon a cave ledge.
[Les Rideaux caves, Garonne, France; c. 20,000 BCE]
6 3/4" gypsumstone statue, tan/gray river stone color finish. #LES