At Large  November 26, 2018

The Art History Babes: Paleolithic Art

Venus of Willendorf, Upper Paleolithic, Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna (Austria). Image by Georgi Nemtzov. 2009.

The Art History Babes, Episode 107

Art History BB: Paleolithic Art

The Art History Babes take it back to pre-history and discuss the work of our earliest art makers. Join us for some notable examples of Paleolithic art including: Venus of Willendorf, Camelid sacrum in the shape of a canine, the Lascaux Caves and more.

For the companion episode, "Speculating on the Paleolithic" click here.

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