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  • Kimberly NCCRabita

    Stone Age cave painting. I really love all the hand prints! It makes it look so interesting. I love how they are layered with different colors

  • GlacierDancer

    Paleolithic hand stencils from the cave at Lascaux, France. 25-30,000 years old. I once read that their size indicates women and children as the artists who left their traces behind.

  • Franky M

    These paleolithic hand stencils from Lascaux cave in France are thought to be at least 25,000 years old, and perhaps upward of 30,000. Modern art from long ago.

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