This text, found in the form paintings of original manuscript and passed typewriter found in the Rastro Madrid recently, and in view of the annotations in the margin, it seems that was issued by Spanish National Radio on Tuesday, August 12, 1941 in Program Lectures Home. ” Recommended for reading aloud and public, to simulate their original media. e place to go. THE MAP Here is a great portrait decorative item, a great theme too imaginative. Great subject for this time of the actual holiday or posters vacation or translations inside the head: and cheaper without customs inconvenience … One of watercolor the oldest evidence has been located in America is on Pedra Furada in Brazil, where, along with more recent art is found a home at 14C dating of 17 000 400, next abstract to the old age that I had some parallel red lines that were unquestionably gallery a work of art very schematic, but intentional.
Complex Arqueologico prints Alto Rio Pinturas
In fact, it appears that the first American works of art that are non-figurative drawing character, extremely simple. This occurs in the cave of Clovis (New painter Mexico) where they exhumed sandstone slabs incised with geometric patterns dating back to different at the end of the Pleistocene. A special case is poster offered by sites Patagonicos Pinturas River Valley in Argentina. landscapes There are two important print comlejos cave located broadly chronological duration, being the oldest dates from the eighth millennium BC (14C), however, there is much more ancient archaeological levels (up to 14 000 antg years of age) that have found natural pigments (iron oxides, gypsum crystals, etc) that had been mixed with other substances, ie had been handled by humans. in order to achieve adhesion to the rock. These mixtures, to be analyzed by the method of X-ray diffraction, oil painting were identical to those found oldest sculpture paintings in the Cueva de las Manos which leads us to think that some of them might be extremely old, ie final Pleistocene (more than 13 000 years old according to the age 14C). illustration However, there is no direct evidence linking the pigments found in the excavations with the paintings or would know what their motives or their appearance.
However, stations painting patagonica Complex Alto Rio Pinturas Arqueologico (especially that of the Cave Hill and the hands of the Indians), deserve some attention. Its main Grandin and Aschero researchers believe can be three stages in this great rock cojunto: the first and oldest, dating from7 700 a. C. and 5 500 a. C., componene hands and is very dynamic scenes with stylized anthropomorphic Huanaco hunting. The second, dating from between 5 500 a. C. and 1400 a. C., is a less dynamic but canvas more colorful, the theme drawings remains the hands, but there are also numerous stylized zoomorphic wide variety of colors (white, dark red, purple, ocher …). The third phase runs from 1400 a. C. the year 1000 AD, is the poorest, styling has been replaced by outlining his hands and he had joined various geometric . As noted above, would be a stage before all others, only inferred by inference, which is known almost everything except his great old age and I can only be regarded as a working hypothesis, until they verify their existence.
Parallel to the development of the Patagonian paintings, rock art stretches across South America, painters with important examples of paintings Toquepala (which were obtained from 7630 BC dates) Lauricocha and Chaclarragla (Peru) with high performances size, like those on the stage of de Pedra Furada Schematic and Egreja Ferraz (Brazil), and also Mahuri du Mont Kourou (Guyana), among others, all dated to portraits the Holocene.
With regard to Northern America, there is a large cave complex in Baja California, the cave is the largest San Borjita, with representations of human and animal type schematic. Other caves in the same area are the Cueva Pintada the Canon de Santa Teresa, La Cueva de los Venados and Cueva de la Canada de la Soledad. With regard to caves with their hands as the main theme, these are giclee not limited to Patagonia, are in fact all over America, for instance, the cave Mojocoya (Bolivia), Corinth (El Salvador) or Finger Print Cave in Texas (United States )