Cave painting at Lascaux, France, c 15,000-13,000 B.C.
The first paintings were probably made in caves according to the text book, which is pretty cool. This painting was created by using charcoal. The painting consisted chunks of red and yellow that was crushed into a powder and applied with brushes or blown onto the surface through the use of bones that are hollow. I think that this painting is very cool, especially how it was painted. It says in the text that they painted the animal that they wanted to hunt which is pretty awesome! I love how this painting isn’t perfect, it’s outlined and not colored entirely. This painting is very simple, yet nice. Since there isn’t a background to it, it looks like the horse is just there hanging out!