Paleolithic Arts and the Evolution of Culture. Essay by Master Researcher

Paleolithic Arts and the Evolution of Culture.
A look at the history of art by focusing on Paleolithic arts.
# 38116 | 1,650 words | 5 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 01, 2003 in Art (History)


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This paper discusses prehistoric art in the context of two particular features: one, the most dominant forms of this art are "portable" graphics, suggesting that iconic art was mobilized throughout geographic areas, and second, that much of this artwork is intextricable from technological innovations in carving, etching, "pecking/chipping" and shaping various mediums such as bone, ivory, horns, antlers, and softer stones.

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