The Chauvet Cave is one of the most famous prehistoric rock art sites in the world. Located in the Ardeche region of southern France, along the bank of the river Ardeche near the Pont-d'Arc, this cave was only discovered as recently as 1994, happened upon by a small team of cavers led by Jean-Marie Chauvet.
The Bradshaw Foundation presents the African Rock Art Gallery based on the work of photographer David Coulson, one of the leading photographers of paintings and petroglyphs, as part of the African Rock Art Archive.
Lascaux IV, the latest addition to Centre International de l’Art Pariétal in the French town of Montignac, welcomes visitors to an immersive educational experience of the prehistoric Lascaux cave paintings. Known by archaeologists as the “Sistine Chapel of Prehistory” due their spiritual and hist...
Salle des Taureaux, Grottes de Lascaux France. Les cinq mètres de long taureaux, cerfs gracieux, le bison orniérage, les mêmes images préhistoriques découverts en 1940 qui ont changé l'histoire de l'art.