Monday, July 1, 2013

Wildlife art-history and development

Wildlife art-history and development

Some of the earliest of all the known art (prehistoric cave and rock art) has wild animals. However, it can be more properly considered the art of food, but as art about wildlife like that.

The appearance of the animal world is largely absent throughout the history of art in the Western world, art, for many people, the fact that art in this period is dominated by the most narrow perspective on reality, as a religion. Only recently, as a free society, and art it produces, by a narrow view as a growing wildlife art.

Wildlife is also a difficult lesson for artists, because it is difficult to find and even more difficult to find, even in the pose long enough, not to mention even the sketch, color to keep. Current progress as this makes photography easier and more, regardless of the fact that art forms in their own right. Wildlife Art is now much easier to reach both accurate and aesthetically.

Wild animals and birds more often in the course of history has shown in art outside of the Western world.

Art began around wild animals represent an important source of food in history. In the early history of the Western world seems natural to mention off of has, and this is reflected in the lack of wildlife art for most of the history of art. Recently, the company and the art that resulted, which has become far more tolerant. Wild animals become Marvel at something, such as new areas of the world for the first time, something to hunt for aesthetic pleasure to admire and rescue has been investigated. This interest is reflected in the art of wildlife.

The history and development of the wildlife art ...

Wildlife Art in prehistoric times.

Art animals and birds appear in some of the earliest known examples of artistic creation, such as cave paintings and rock carvings

The earliest known cave paintings were made around 40,000 years ago in the Upper Paleolithic. This artwork is probably more of a decoration of living spaces, as they often are in caves, which are difficult to access and there is no sign of human habitation. Wildlife is much of the daily life of the people at that time, in particular with regard to hunting for food, and this is reflected in their art. Interpretation of religious nature known as an important factor in the appearance of animals and birds are currently accepted.

May contain the most famous of all the cave paintings at Lascaux (France), pictures wild horses, which is one of the earliest known examples of the art of wildlife. Another example of wild animals is the cave paintings, the deer in the cave Spain Cueva de Las Monedas, probably painted around the time of the last ice age. Painting-the oldest known cave paintings (probably around 32,000 years) can be found also in France, in the cave of Chauvet and show horses, Lions, rhinos, Buffalo, mammoth, and people often hunt.

Wildlife is one of the most common form of cave art paintings. Themes are often big animals, including bison, horses, aurochs, Lions, bears and deer. People who may be connected with nature, especially with regard to their own survival rather than separate from it.

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