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This programme investigates the prehistoric cave paintings at Lascaux. The release features a documentary by Alain Jaubert and a short film by Roger Verdier. Released: DVD: 20 May 2002 / Production year: 1944.
One of the worlds most fascinating museums is by far one of the oldest. But can the paintings there really be called art? This program goes inside the Lascaux cave complex to examine the richest and most beautiful collection of Paleolithic cave drawings in France. Who were the artisans who rendered those arresting images, and how exactly did they do it? Different theories are presented as the cameras capture a site that never ceases to amaze and intrigue. (61 minutes).