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Stone Age Art Gets a Global Audience With Lascaux Roadshow

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October 12, 2012
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The artwork decorating the caves of Lascaux, southwest France, dates back some 18,000 years. Now, the anonymous Paleolithic artists behind the paintings are finally getting a global audience, as a new touring exhibition takes examples from the Stone Age masterpieces to galleries across the world.
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