teacupballerina:

bitch that gesture and line quality…absolutely masterful. people go to $100k art school to learn how to do that and grug was out there in 35000 BC drawing better than seasoned professionals with no reference but memory

thehoneybeewitch:

Bless the ancestors

teatreefox:

Oof, this gave me such visceral Feelings. Like. Those were people. That was us.

malemalefica:

The Chauvet cave, France, the art of prehistory.

In 1994, three friends discovered in the south of France a cave with magnificent cave paintings, more than 30,000 years old.

Under the ground of the Ardèche region, an invaluable treasure is hidden for its antiquity, its conservation and the pictorial quality of the representations; one of the oldest and most splendid examples of Arieñaciense parietal art, dating approx. between 40,000 and 30,000 B.C.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BWfRerMFMCO/?igshid=yqzbqgvny71t

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