Cave Paintings | 30,000+ years ago

Cave Painting from Lascaux

Cave Painting from Altimire

Cave Painting from Chauvet

Cave paintings are ways of communication from the prehistoric time period through colorful image/drawings found on insides of caves on the walls and ceilings. Prehistoric man created these paintings by mixings water, blood, soil, and any other natural resources found. They painted this mix onto the walls by using sticks, small stones, and animal hair. Prehistoric man created these cave paintings as a way of communication the only way they knew how. All  these facts came about by scientists who stud speleogy, or the study of caves.


~ by laurabuffa on February 15, 2011.

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