The first artists were women

20,000-Year-Old-Cave-Paintings-Hyena

Cavemen-er-Cavewomen-HandprintsThe first artists were women, claims archeologist Dean Snow in a new study reported in the National Geographic. The conclusions are based on studies of the handprints found in the paintings of the French and Spanish caves – supposedly two out of three handprints display feminine traits.

Read the rest of the “dogma overturning” study on the National Geographic website, linked here.

The image above, of a “Hyena” is from Wikipedia.

Previously on Art is Life:

Cavemen painters were high on psychedelics according to new study

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