The Sumerian goddess of war and love, Inanna dances with a proud and fierce expression, surrounded by a variety of symbols related to her and the culture that created her. A millennia-old figure of feminine power and abandon, capable of both tender love and bottomless wrath. She unleashed the plagues later co-opted in the Book of Exodus thousands of years before the birth of Abraham, and held sway over her fellow gods with the ever-present threat - "I will cause the dead to arise, and devour the living. And the dead shall outnumber the living."
Prints are 11 x 14" on cardstock, without watermark.