Prehistoric Neolithic African rock art from the Northern Cape showing a hunting scene. I really like how the shapes and the fugurs have been drawn but how carving into this material would have been a challenge; however the makrs are very soft
ancientart: “ Prehistoric cave paintings form the Chauvet Cave in Southern France. Discovered in the Chauvet Cave is significant for its almost completely intact cave drawings that appear on its walls. Through carbon-dating, it was discovered.
Stone age cave painting of horses from Chauvet, France. The paintings there are the oldest known, carbon-dated to approximately years ago, almost twice the age of the Lascaux cave paintings. ** I really want to visit one of these caves.
These cave paintings amaze me: Horse heads, Chauvet Cave. Fourteen different animal species are depicted in the Chauvet Cave. Here, three beautiful horses' heads face one another. Someday I want to see cave paintings in person.
The Tassili N'Ajjer rock carvings as early as 8000 years old and wall paintings in (modern-day) Algeria depict Saharans harvesting the fruit of date-palm trees, a village with a herd of cattle, and defense of a flock of sheep from a lion.