Prehistoric art

Uncover the mysteries of prehistoric art and explore the ancient techniques used by early humans. Immerse yourself in the captivating beauty of cave paintings and sculptures, and gain a deeper understanding of our ancient ancestors.
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new work: dark god - Nicholas J. Nawroth

The latest in my Petroglyph Prints series…just in time for All Hallow’s Eve! Deep below the magnificent skies of heaven in the fiery underworld souls are tortured for their misdeeds by the Dark God. If you like it, you can purchase a gorgeous 12×12″ print here. I haven’t done a Petroglyph Print in awhile and ... Read more new work: dark god

Caveman Cartoon, Paleolithic Age, Paleolithic Art, Prehistoric Age, Prehistoric Cave Paintings, Stone Age Art, Human Painting, Alaska Art, Ankara Turkey

Cave Paintings

I am a freelance book and editorial illustrator. I was born in 1975 in Gdańsk, Poland, but I have lived in Sopot until the age of 32. I graduated from the Gdańsk Academy of Fine Arts in 2000 having a diploma with distinction in Graphic Design and Illustration. Since 2007 till 2018 I worked at Bilkent University, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture in Ankara, Turkey, as a visiting instructor of graphic design and illustration. Currently I live with my family in Gdynia, Poland.

The poster showcases a selection of these ancient artworks, allowing students to study and appreciate the skills and creativity of our prehistoric ancestors. This poster is perfect for classrooms studying art history, history, anthropology, or archaeology. Fertility Statue, Paleolithic Period, Fertility Stones, Venus Painting, Paleolithic Art, Goddess Spirituality, Goddess Magick, Ancient Statues, Prehistoric Art

Paleolithic Venuses Poster

This poster set (3 versions in 3 different colors) features a collection of Paleolithic Venuses, also known as Venus figurines, that were created during the Upper Paleolithic period. These small statues, usually made of stone or bone, depict the female form and are thought to have been used in prehistoric rituals or as symbols of fertility.

Bethany Farrell