Unknown, Hall of Bulls (ca. 15,000 - 13,0000)
- this was painted over time; not representing one particular artist
- common subject matter for this era is animals; perhaps serves as a guide for hunters; how to identify different animals, etc.
- animals were thought to possess magical properties; performed ritual dances near the paintings to give them luck in hunting; this particular form of reverence came from the fact that their livelihood depended on the food from animals (clothing, building homes, tools from bones, TOTAL USE of the animal) meat/skin/bones