its first appearance, in a 1946 report
by the Rhodesian Scientific Association,
many art critics agree that Paleolithic cave art is art
by modern Western standards, to suggest that
indigenous rock art found around the world should be bounded by
this tradition is to belittle its aesthetic and spiritual accomplishments.
example, that contemporary indigenous artists absorb
motifs and visions of pregenitors to create an art that grows
from walls and rocks, combining lines, shapes,
colors and textures, as "dreams
form the bristles of the artist's brush."
To this I add the proviso that recognizes:
enlightened, individuated, being,