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Hand stencils dating back 10,000 years found in Indonesia's Gua Ham cave, part of a Borneo mountainside complex. Red pigment was blown over hands to make the stencils. Left-hand stencils are more common than right-hand ones. Painting Stencils, Hands Stencil, Prehistoric Caves, Secret Caves, Paintings Stencil, Borneo Caves, Cave Painting, Paleolithic Hands, Caves Paintings
The lifelike images found at sites such as the famous Lascaux Cave in south-west France are said to demonstrate an ability to depict animal movement superior to that seen today. Stone Age man was better at drawing moving animals than artists today. Cave art has fewer errors than modern works.