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lascaux cave Montignac, France discovered in 1940, spectacular for both variety and number of paintings

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Lascaux Cave Paintings - The first infographic ;-) The hunt!  The plan.  The survival of the fittest! K.W.

Lascaux Cave Paintings - The first infographic ;-) The hunt! The plan. The survival of the fittest! K.W.

Lascaux Cave - Prehistoric Ancient Art

Lascaux Cave - Prehistoric Ancient Art

Found in 1940, the Lascaux cave paintings  represent many animals, including horses, bulls, deer, ibex, cats, a rhinoceros, and even the legendary unicorn. These pictures are accompanied by enigmatic signs and some human representations, such as a man facing a charging bison, raising new questions about the perception of our prehistoric ancestors. These paintings are estimated to be 17,300 years old.

Found in 1940, the Lascaux cave paintings represent many animals, including horses, bulls, deer, ibex, cats, a rhinoceros, and even the legendary unicorn. These pictures are accompanied by enigmatic signs and some human representations, such as a man facing a charging bison, raising new questions about the perception of our prehistoric ancestors. These paintings are estimated to be 17,300 years old.

Grotten van Lascaux - altijd leuk om iets uit de geschiedenisboeken in het echt te zien!

Grotten van Lascaux - altijd leuk om iets uit de geschiedenisboeken in het echt te zien!

Lascaux cave, 15,000 BCE

a faithful attempt

This is one of my all-time favourite projects to do with my Grade 4's. The results are always colourful and fun and the flamingos are so charming to look at. We start the project by doing the background seascape first. On heavy white paper, they use either tempera cakes or watercolours to paint a simple three level seascape: sand, ocean and sky. This takes one class. Next class, I start off my showing a Youtube video about fun flamingo facts. Then, using photo reference material. students…

The “Falling Cow” and “Frieze of Small Horses” beneath the outline of the head of an aurochs demonstrate the diversity of color and technique utilized in the cave, in this image from Lascaux II. Photo Credit: APPI / SEMITOUR

70th Anniversary of the Discovery of Lascaux

Montignac, France–In a moment of wonder and elation 70 years ago this week, four French teenagers discovered more than just their missing dog. Lost in the woods outside the small medieval tow…

The Painted Gallery of Lascaux, France, is filled with colorful renderings of animals and people painted about 17,000 years ago

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Cave painting from the Lascaux caves. While not yet proven, two different experts concluded that some paintings by old stone age people in the cave at Lascaux have a number of astronomical aspects. The evidence is so strong the cave has been declared a UNESCO heritage site for astronomy.

The Protective Bubble of Civilization

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Cave paintings from Lascaux, 15000-10000 BCE. Random placing and shifting scale signify prehistoric people's lack of structure and sequence in recording their experiences.

Cave paintings from Lascaux, 15000-10000 BCE. Random placing and shifting scale signify prehistoric people's lack of structure and sequence in recording their experiences.