Upper Paleolithic Art Upper Paleolithic Art Mobile Small, can be moved from place to place or traded Parietal Paintings on cave walls Large carvings Mobile Art The European bison is one of the animals most commonly depicted in paleolithic art.
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Venus of Willendorf
Thin dark blue line: coastline
Thick light blue (cyan) line: glaciation limits
Red tones: mural art
Green tones: portable art
Color black dominates the works. A few of the creatures are painted red.
Panel of Back to Back Bison
Surrounding surface and style of work creates 3D effect
Panel of the Swimming Stags
Stag at entrance
Bison towards back
During their first explorations, the discoverers recognized two footprints that they identified as human: that of the left foot of a child, and a dynamic trace of the same.
The painting reconstructs the burial of a mammoth hunter found at Predmosti in central Europe.