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Choose from 251 pictures in our Cave collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Hunting or ritual scene Featured Print

Hunting or ritual scene

Hunting or ritual scene. The San cultures of Zimbabwe died out many centuries ago and little is known about the meaning of these images. Recent scholarship suggests that Zimbabwe paintings may have a broader range than the shamanistic trance dances seen as key to understanding San rock art in South Africa. Country of Origin: Zimbabwe. Culture: San. Date/Period: Prehistoric, circa 5000 BC - 0 AD. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive. Location: 56

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Cephalus and Procris: Procris turns her head over her right shoulder while seated nude in Featured Print

Cephalus and Procris: Procris turns her head over her right shoulder while seated nude in

Cephalus and Procris: Procris turns her head over her right shoulder while seated nude in a thicket, Cephalus draws an arrow with a bow beyond, from a series of four mythological scenes, 1539

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Algeria - passage of the Iron Gates, 1845. Creator: Smyth Featured Print

Algeria - passage of the Iron Gates, 1845. Creator: Smyth

Algeria - passage of the Iron Gates, 1845. French colonialism in North Africa: ...an illustration of the Warfare in Algeria; with, glimpse of its Mountain Scenery; copied from a painting by a celebrated French artist...Various official despatches...clearly show that the subjection of the hostile tribes is not a very easy task...a despatch from Marshal Bugeaud...gives an account of his march in the mountains of the Matmatas, in search of the absconding tribes, and his endeavours to punish the mountaineers, who had taken part in the revolt...in several skirmishes...the Arabs offered a vigorous resistance. The French were, however, victorious in all these affairs...The Marshal concludes by saying that all the insurgents in the eastern portion of the province of Oran were struck with terror, and that he had reason to expect numerous submissions ere long'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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