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Visitantes de la cueva de Altamira, en una fotografía de los años 50 del siglo pasado.

Visitantes de la cueva de Altamira, en una fotografía de los años 50 del siglo pasado.

Se ha demostrado que el programa actual de 5 visitantes semanales no ha afectado a las pinturas después de dos años

Altamira estudia una ampliación del número de visitas a la cueva original

Se ha demostrado que el programa actual de 5 visitantes semanales no ha afectado a las pinturas después de dos años

SANTIAN - vue rapprochée des signes rouges - très belle prise de vue du photographe WENDEL

SANTIAN - vue rapprochée des signes rouges - très belle prise de vue du photographe WENDEL

Bisonte en una estalagmita en la cueva del Castillo (Cantabria).Hombre-bisonte pintado y grabado con la sombra del pilar estalagmítico proyectada sobre la pared. Cueva de El Castillo. Cantabria.

Bisonte en una estalagmita en la cueva del Castillo (Cantabria).Hombre-bisonte pintado y grabado con la sombra del pilar estalagmítico proyectada sobre la pared. Cueva de El Castillo. Cantabria.

"In [Cro-Magnon man's] most expert period," LIFE noted in its issue of Feb. 24, 1947 (in which a handful of Morse's photos appeared), "his apparatus included engraving and scraping tools, a stone or bone palette and probably brushes made of bundled split reeds. He ground colored earth for his rich reds and yellows, used charred bone or soot black for his dark shading and made green from manganese oxide. These colors were mixed with fatty oils. For permanence, the finest pigments of civilized…

The TIME Vault: April 9, 1965

"In [Cro-Magnon man's] most expert period," LIFE noted in its issue of Feb. 24, 1947 (in which a handful of Morse's photos appeared), "his apparatus included engraving and scraping tools, a stone or bone palette and probably brushes made of bundled split reeds. He ground colored earth for his rich reds and yellows, used charred bone or soot black for his dark shading and made green from manganese oxide. These colors were mixed with fatty oils. For permanence, the finest pigments of civilized…

Photograph by Stephen Alvarez. Source: Department of Education, Culture, and Sport of the Government of Cantabria, Spain The artists of the Upper Paleolithic sometimes left their work in intimate enclosures, such as this recess no bigger than a small closet in Las Chimeneas Cave near El Castillo. Marcos García Diez of the University of Basque Country focuses on such “private art.”

Photograph by Stephen Alvarez. Source: Department of Education, Culture, and Sport of the Government of Cantabria, Spain The artists of the Upper Paleolithic sometimes left their work in intimate enclosures, such as this recess no bigger than a small closet in Las Chimeneas Cave near El Castillo. Marcos García Diez of the University of Basque Country focuses on such “private art.”

Altamira estudia una ampliación de las visitas a la cueva original

Altamira estudia una ampliación de las visitas a la cueva original

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