Unknown, Spotted horses and negative hand prints (ca. 22,000 BCE)
- negative handprints indicate the use of blowpipes to spray the pigment; this is one of the earliest signatures/identification of self there are
- 200 sites where cave paintings have been found; this one is located at Peche-Merle, France.
- red and yellow ochre (natural material used to paint, ground into fine powder/pigment and mixed with water) used reeds and twigs as brushes, and large flat stones to mix and grind paints, like a palette.