Cave: An Evocation of the Beginnings of Art

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Touchstone Center Publicati, 2003 - Art - 56 pages
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CAVE: An Evocation of the Beginnings of Art by Richard Lewis is a poetic imagining why humans over thirty thousand years ago began to paint on the walls of dark caves astonishing images of animals they hunted and revered. Illustrating the book ar

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About the author (2003)

Richard Lewis is the founder and director of the Touchstone Center. Among his recent books are In the Space of the Sky, illustrated by Debra Fraiser, When Thought is Young, and Living By Wonder, the latter two both chosen for a Parents Guide 2002 Classic Award.

Elizabeth Crawford is an artist and teacher. An MFA graduate of Pratt Institute, she works in sculpture and photography to create children's books. She has taught extensively in the public schools of Minnesota and New York City. This is her first book.

George Hirose is an Assistant Professor and Academic Coordinator in photography at Pratt Institute and a widely exhibited and published fine art photographer. His freelance professional clients include the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Japan Society and the Henry Street Settlement.

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