A Stone Age monolith, uncut or roughly cut, standing singly or with others in rows or circles.Examples:Dame Barbara Hepworth (English, 1903-1975), Two Figures (Menhirs), 1964, slate, 82.5 x 63.8 x 32.0 cm, Tate Gallery, London. Not really examples; this modern sculpture takes the form of stylized menhirs. See English art, feminism and feminist art, and negative space.Also see cromlech and dolmen.