The creative explosion: an inquiry into the origins of art and religion

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Harper & Row, 1982 - Art - 270 pages
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An analysis of the origins of the prehistoric cave paintings and sculptures of Europe examines the link between art, creativity, religion and ritual, and group solidarity

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He hypothesizes that the first art was used to teach the Cro-Magnon essential knowledge about about their rapidly expanding social and scientific worlds. It's a fascinating idea, and the book is ... Read full review

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He hypothesizes that the first art was used to teach the Cro-Magnons essential knowledge about about their rapidly expanding social and scientific worlds. It's a fascinating idea, and the book is ... Read full review

Contents

Hidden Images
7
The Discovery of Prehistoric Art
21
An Industrial Revolution
40
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