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Head of a woman known as the "Venus of Brassempouy" – Gravettian (c. 27,000 BC) Mammoth tusk.   Brassempouy (Landes, Frances)   Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Musée des Antiquites nationales

"Venus of Brassempouy" -- BCE -- Upper Paleolithic Era -- Fragmentary, Ivory (mammoth tusk) figurine discovered in a cave near Brassempouy, France in The earliest known realistically-fashioned image of a woman.

Cave of Altamira wall painting of a Steppe Bison, now an extinct species / (Public Domain)

Paleolithic cave art in Altamira, Spain. The “Sistine chapel of Paleolithic art”. These ancient caves bear what is thought to be the earliest-known drawings and pictures in recorded history, said to date back to (as far as) years ago.

Arte paleolítico: Cabeza de caballo tallada en marfil, Mas d'Azil (Pirineos, Francia). Museo de Saint-Germain.

Arte paleolítico: Cabeza de caballo tallada en marfil, Mas d'Azil (Pirineos, Francia). Museo de Saint-Germain.

(artist unknown, Woman holding a bison horn, painted limestone, ca 25,000-20,000 BC, Paleolithic art). One of the earliest examples of Naturalistic representations of humans. Most parts of the female figure are in the correct place and proportion. However, there is an exaggeration of the breasts, abdomen, and hips. This relief sculpture proves the ability of these early artists to represent humans more naturalistically, when the subject matter required it. (Kleiner 18)(Fingesten 307)

(artist unknown, Woman holding a bison horn, painted limestone, ca 25,000-20,000 BC, Paleolithic art). One of the earliest examples of Naturalistic representations of humans. Most parts of the female figure are in the correct place and proportion. However, there is an exaggeration of the breasts, abdomen, and hips. This relief sculpture proves the ability of these early artists to represent humans more naturalistically, when the subject matter required it. (Kleiner 18)(Fingesten 307)

Venus de Lespugue: Es una estatuilla de marfil. Descubierta en 1922 por R. y S. de Saint-Périer en la «Cueva de las Cortinas», en Lespugue (Francia). Se data entre 26 000 y 24 000 años de antigüedad.

Venus de Lespugue (replica) of Gravettian culture is a phase (c. ya) of the European Upper Paleolithic

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