Bison

 

bison major ChauvetORIGINAL ART:BISON, CHAUVET CAVES, FRANCE – 36,000 B.C.E.

Bison are one of the most frequently seen images in the cave art of Central Europe, even more so in Spain than in France. The bison is frequently paired with the horse in the same cave or even overlapping, leading to the theory that they may stand for the male/female, or yin/yang universal force of rebirth and renewal.

RAKU CAVE ART POTTERY FOR SALE by LAURA ROSE

  • Raku is not for use with food or water and art is always best kept out of direct sunlight.
  • The piece is designed to be complete as it is, but to use as a vase choose dried flowers or grasses, or insert a glass with water or small planter with an orchid.
  • To purchase or commission a piece, contact the artist Laura Rose.

CURRENT INVENTORY:

TITLE: Ancient Bison and Horse – (#PBWBi102)
Drawn from Trois Freres Caves, France, 18,000 B.C.E.
and Chauvet Cave, France, 36,000 B.C.E.
RAKU: Approximately 11″tall by 9″ across
PRICE: 290.00
Shipping included in contiguous U.S.

TITLE: Ancient Bison with Hands – (#PBWBiHa104)
Drawn from Trois Freres Caves, France, 18,000 B.C.E.
and Chauvet Cave, France, 36,000 B.C.E.
RAKU: Approximately 7″tall by 6″ across
PRICE: 120.00
Shipping included in contiguous U.S.

 

Trois Freres Caves Horse and Bison
TITLE: Horse and Bison; Yin and Yang – (#PBWBiH26)
Drawn from Trois Freres Caves, France, 18,000 B.C.E.
RAKU: Approximately 9″tall by 10″ across
PRICE: 210.00
Shipping included in contiguous U.S.

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