CAVE by Richard Lewis
An Evocation of the Beginnings of Art

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CAVE: An Evocation of the Beginnings of Art by Richard Lewis is a poetic imagining why humans over thirty thousand years ago began to paint on the walls of dark caves astonishing images of animals they hunted and revered. Illustrating the book ar
 

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RICHARD LEWIS has written and edited several books for childRICHARD LEWIS has written and edited several books for children, including All of You Was Singing, an ALA Notable Childrren, including All of You Was Singing, an ALA Notable Children's Book, illustrated by Ed Young, and In a Spring Garden, en's Book, illustrated by Ed Young, and In a Spring Garden, illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats. He is the founder and directillustrated by Ezra Jack Keats. He is the founder and director of The Touchstone Center, an organization that supports tor of The Touchstone Center, an organization that supports the creative, imaginative, and artistic lives of children. Hehe creative, imaginative, and artistic lives of children. He lives in New York City. lives in New York City.
 
Published January 15, 2003 by Touchstone Center Publications. 56 pages
Genres: History, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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Cave: An Evocation of the Beginnings of Art by Richard Lewis brings together sculpture and text to visualize the origins of art.

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