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They were conceived to vanish into the earth. The totem poles of the Pacific, from Vancouver island to Alaska, standing on the edge of cedar forests staring out to the sea, were an art that knew how to live, and … Continue reading
A vision of the primeval past wandering out of an imaginary forest of pre-historic times, lost in quirk of time. Yes, its the same notorious auroch found in the cave of Lascaux in southern France. The ferocious wild ancestor of … Continue reading
The artists or artists who painted the cave at Lascaux in France deserves nearly all the artistic praise he has received. He, or perhaps she, was both knowledgeable and gifted. On the surface, he appeared to have one distressing weakness, … Continue reading
The mystery of the Lascaux puzzle. In all likelihood the real meaning of the paintings in the French cave will never be totally clear until we know who they were actually done for. Who was the patron? There has been … Continue reading