Articles about Chauvet

Chauvet Cave from Met

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/chav/hd_chav.htm   Chauvet Cave. A pride of lions hunt bison, one of the rarest scenes ever found in Paleolithic art. The Chauvet Cave was used as a hibernation place by cave bears

Paleolithic : Cave Paintings

Chauvet  is one of the latest and most brilliant sensations, not only in archaeology, but in human culture in general. It is located in the steep side of a cliff in the

Fur-Clad Micheolangelos

The Applied History of Art and Architecture (AHAA) Educational  Foundation Dr. Katherine Bolman’s Micro-Lessons Fur-clad Michelangelos   At the foot of a cliff in the Ardèche Gorges, in south-eastern France, amateur speleologists

Chauvet Cave

There are a number of articles here. You will have seen all the images they are discussing. You can get to the original by using the url above.   Cave lions Photo:

About The Cave At Chauvet

Copyright Daily Telegraph Dec 28, 2003 It’s a gentle climb, from a vineyard, up an escarpment covered in limestone scree and pine trees, towards the summit of the Ardeche Gorge. The view

Paleolithic : Cave Paintings

  Chauvet  is one of the latest and most brilliant sensations, not only in archaeology, but in human culture in general. It is located in the steep side of a cliff in

Chauvet Through the Mind of a Sculptor

                                             October 2001 – 2nd Visit to Chauvet The October of 2001 was hailed as the warmest since records began to be kept. The cliffs of the Ardeche Canyon shone golden

Chauvet Vallon-Point d’Arc France 30,000 BC

Chauvet Vallon-pont d’Arc France 30,000 B.C. There are many caves in this particular part of France. This cave was discovered in 1994. Keep in mind that the cave at Lascaux was discovered

A Lesson Plan for Cave Paintings

•      Cave Paintings •      Presentation Outline Poster 1 Historical background •From Cro-Magnon period, the early modern human beings lived between 35,000 and 12,000 years ago. •During this time, modern man began to flourish and

Paleolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic Art

RICE UNIVERSITY Department of Art and Art History Fall Semester 1998 HART 205. Introduction to the History of Art Lecture 2 (September 2, 1998). Paleolithic,Mesolithic and Neolithic Art                                  —————————————————————————— Issues: 1.

Grotto Chauvet

On December 25, 1994, near the village of Vallon-Pont-d’Arc, in the Ardche gorges in southern France, explorers Jean-Marie Chauvet, Eliette Brunel-Deschamps and Christian Hillaire discovered an exceptionally important gallery of Paleolithic rock

Lesson Plan from Edsitement

Introduction: In this lesson, students travel to the past to explore how people in earlier times used art as a way to record stories and communicate ideas. By studying paintings from the