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"Bison licking itself" microfiber

REF CU600871 EAN 3336728559566

 "Bison licking itself" microfiber

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"Bison licking itself" microfiber

The "Bison licking itself" is one of the most well known works of Palaeolithic art. The body of the animal and the legs, one of which is broken off, have nothing exceptional: the shapes are correct, the attitude is well captured although somewhat less vivid than in other works.

However, the outstanding aspect of this piece lies in the fact that the artist has represented the animal's head "in a retrospective position", he has therefore treated this head in a smooth champlevé against the animal's body with such mast" that the bison's head may be considered as one of the finest in ail Palaeolithic figuration.

  • The microfiber cleans delicates surfaces : optical surfaces, all lens types, cellular phone and digital audio player, screens, jewels, cameras, CD-DVD.

Washable with 30°C without polishing substance.

14,5 x 14,5 cm
5.70" x 5.70"
Abri de la Madeleine, Tursac, Dordogne
Material of the original
Reindeer wood
Palaeolithic - 14.000 B.C.
Les Eyzies-de-Tayac - Musée de Préhistoire
Animals, Paleolithic, quaternary, magdalenian
Microfiber 40 microns
Art movement