Where are prehistoric cave paintings located?

The oldest known cave paintings are more than 44,000 years old (art of the Upper Paleolithic), found in both the Franco-Cantabrian region in western Europe, and in the caves in the district of Maros (Sulawesi, Indonesia).

Is the Lascaux cave open to the public?

The Lascaux grotto was opened to the public in 1948 but was closed in 1963 because artificial lights had faded the vivid colors of the paintings and caused algae to grow over some of them. A replica of the Lascaux cave was opened nearby in 1983 and receives tens of thousands of visitors annually.

What country would you find the cave paintings at Badanj?

France

What happened 31000 years ago?

31,000–16,000 years ago: Last Glacial Maximum (peak at 26,500 years ago). 30,000 years ago: rock paintings tradition begins in Bhimbetka rock shelters in India, which presently as a collection is the densest known concentration of rock art.

What is the use of elements of cave of Lascaux?

The pigments used to paint Lascaux and other caves were derived from readily available minerals and include red, yellow, black, brown, and violet. No brushes have been found, so in all probability the broad black outlines were applied using mats of moss or hair, or even with chunks of raw color.

What elements are used in the Lascaux cave?

The prominent Elements of Art of the Cave of Lascaux's are Line, Color, Shape, and Texture.

Who found the Lascaux cave?

Marcel Ravidat