Nature in Art

Humans have shown throughout their existence that they have an astonishing ability to observe nature and that they have an interpretive or "mythic" approach to depicting it.
The earliest depictions of animals were relatively naturalistic. However, animals were rendering in a way that was devoid of context. About 10,000 years ago, art became more abstract. Nature scenes were not intended to depict animals; instead, the images of animals are believed to be representations of gods and goddesses.
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