This one comes from Anatolia and dates way back to 5700-5600 BC.
And here's the website it comes from.
With a few million people today, worldwide, making little figures in clay or plastic, you'd think that nothing from a small, forgotten town 7500 years ago would stand out --- but it does because this is the work of a sacred tradition, not just an artsy individual -- so there is social pressure to fulfill a specific imaginative function (the goddess lives !) -- and there are generations of people working and coaching next generations to achieve it.
So the item has power and dignity -- rather than wanton self expression.