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Development of Painting

Development of Painting

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Published by Michelle Bacoy

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Published by: Michelle Bacoy on Dec 14, 2010
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


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Development of Painting 
Pre-historic Painting
Painting in Egyptian Tombs
Greek Painting
Etruscan and Roman Paintings
Medieval Painting
Neo-Classical Paintings
Romantic Era
Modern Period
Postmodernism in Paintings
Pre-historic painting 
ncludes the Aurignacian Period (60,000BC to 40,000 BC) and the MagdaleniianPeriod (30,000 BC to 10,000 BC)
 Aurignacian art is seen in the thousandof animal paintings in caves and rockshelters in the south western Franceand in the Cantabrian mountains inNorthern Spain
Magdalenian art is also seen in thecave paintings at Altamira in Spainand in the glacier rocks inScandinavia.
Natural colors were used, red ocher,yellow ocher, and lampblack madefrom animal fat burned in lamps

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