What Is Paleolithic Art

Author: Jean Clottes
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022618806X
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In this book, Jean Clottes, one of the most renowned figures in the study of cave paintings, pursues an answer to this “why” of Paleolithic art.

Light As Experience And Imagination From Paleolithic To Roman Times

Author: David S. Herrstrom
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1683930959
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Chauvet Cave: The Art of Earliest Times. Translated by Paul G. Bahn. Salt Lake
City: University of Utah Press, 2003. ———. What is Paleolithic Art? Cave
Paintings and the Dawn of Human Creativity. Translated by Oliver Y. Martin and
Robert D. Martin. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2016. Codrington,
Robert Henry. “Religious Beliefs and Practices in Melanesia.” The Journal of the
Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 10 (1881): 271–72. Conkey,
Margaret W.

Author: Jared M. Diamond
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ISBN: 9789747799149
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The Creative Impulse

Author: Dennis J. Sporre
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780131897540
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An Introduction to the Arts Dennis J. Sporre. SYNTHESIS The Cave of Lascaux
We cannot study humankind's earliest known art without considering what many
believe to be the most significant and miraculous repository of works from the
dawn of humanity, the Cave of Lascaux. It lies slightly over a mile from the little
French town of ... Hundreds of paintings add to those found elsewhere in France,
Spain, and the remainder of Europe. The significance of the Lascaux paintings
lies both ...

Foundations Of Modern Art

Author: Amédée Ozenfant
Publisher:
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One of the most stimulating books ever written by a great artist, FOUNDATIONS
OF MODERN ART is an artist's appreciation of the interrelationship of all forms of
human creativity, from painting to writing, science to religion. It endeavors to
isolate the great constants that have underlain all art from paleolithic cave-
paintings to the most modern French artistic movements. This is not simply an art
history, or a treatise on aesthetics, but a living imprisonment of the creative
process in prose.

The Past In Perspective

Author: Kenneth L. Feder
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ISBN: 9780767413282
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In the material culture of the Upper Paleolithic we see a recognizably "modern"
human pattern. TO LEARN MORE ... Popular Summaries For splendid
photographs of cave paintings from a variety of caves take a look at Andre Leroi-
Gourhan's The Dawn of European Art (1982) ... For thoughtful discussions of the
meaning of Upper Paleolithic artwork there is no better place to start than John
Pfeiffer's The Creative Explosion: An Inquiry into the Origins of Art and Religion (
1982). Though a ...

Roots Of The Western Tradition

Author: Guy Rogers
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780073406947
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The artists may well have intended to give visual expression to the intercon-
nectedness of animal and human life. But whatever their purpose, the cave
paintings occupy a unique place at the dawn of human art. The mastery of
draftsmanship they display would not be paralleled for thousands of years. The
inhabitants of late Paleolithic Europe were sculptors as well. They were fond of
producing stone statuettes of women, often with exaggerated breasts, buttocks,
and genitals.

The Story Of Human Communication

Author: Wilbur Lang Schramm
Publisher: Harpercollins College Division
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Cave Painting to Microchip Wilbur Lang Schramm ... On some of the Paleolithic
cave walls, beside the pictures, are the imprints of human hands, preserved
through the years by the hardening limestone. To one ... Four Hundred Years of
Cave Art, by l'Abbe H. Breuil (London: Montig- nac, 1952), is the written legacy of
a man who spent much of his life painting reproductions of cave paintings so that
they could be seen realistically by persons who had never seen the caves
themselves.

Annual Editions

Author: David G. McComb
Publisher: Dushkin Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780697392930
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Dawn. of. Creativity. New. discoveries. show. how. humans. created. art,. tools.
and. richly. thriving. communities. eons. ago. From U.S. News & World Report,
May 20, 1996, pp. 53-54, 56-58. 1996 by U.S. News & World Report. Reprinted
by Mummies, Textiles Offer Evidence of Europeans in ... In another paper
published last year, researchers announced the finding of delicate bone
harpoons in Africa that precede the famed cave paintings of Ice Age Europe by
more than 40,000 years.

Gardner S Art Through The Ages Ancient Medieval And Non European Art

Author: Helen Gardner
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt P
ISBN: 9780155037700
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The Dawn of European Art: An Introduction to Paleolithic Cave Painting.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982. . Treasures of Prehistoric Art.
New York: Abrams, 1967. Lewin, Roger. In the Age of Mankind: A Smithsonian
Book of Human Evolutwn. Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution Books, 1988.
Megaw, J. V. S. The Art of the European Iron A%e. New York: Harper & Row,
1970. Pfeiffer, John E. The Creative Explosion: An Inquiry into the Origins of Art
and Religion.