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How did the stone age cave dwellers develop primative art?

Discussion in 'Art In Stone' started by Liu tree, Dec 7, 2015.

  1. Liu tree

    Liu tree

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    Nov 20, 2015
    In my opinion,Primitive art is seen as an attempt by early man to connect to the spirit world, a way to record events, and a creative outlet once the immediate needs of food, shelter and safety had been addressed.
     
  2. Redrummd

    Redrummd

    May 21, 2007
    Have you thought that perhaps art developed as mankind had to come to grips with their mortality? Loss of children, wives, elders and then how to preserve the memory of those they loved. Recognition of the need for the animals their lives depended on became intertwined with life and the memories and that is perhaps one thought on the subjects most often seen....
     

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