Lascaux Checkerboard painting on slate
This is a reproduction of a geometric pattern found at Lascaux as it might have looked freshly painted 16,000 years ago. This design is unique in cave art for the variety of colors used, and the fine lines demarcating the geometric pattern.
What did this shape stand for?
Blown paint, hand painting and carving.
Size approx. 9.25" x 12”
About the stone...
This is a piece of Raja slate. It is a rippling blend of light gold, rose, purple with dark brown mineral spots.
RETURN & REFUND POLICY
Happy customers are very important to me. I accept both returns and exchanges, return shipping paid by you.
Your orders will be wrapped, boxed and shipped, normally within 2 days of receiving payment.
• Domestic orders will be shipped via USPS Priority or Ground Mail unless otherwise specified.
• International orders will be shipped via USPS Priority Mail unless otherwise specified.
• If the final packing/shipping cost is less than my "free shipping" estimate I will refund the difference.
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