Re: Art representative of humans
CONRAD : STEENKAMP (031STC@COSMOS.WITS.AC.ZA)
Thu, 10 Aug 1995 04:06:52 -0400
It could also be useful to look at Lewis-Williams (several books and
> Richard: Iam catching up on mail that arrived during my absence from the
> net. I am wondering if Palaeolithic Cave Art would help, by Peter J.
> Ucko and Andree Rosenfeld, published in l967 byMcGraw-Hill. I don't
> remember whether they do an "evolutionary" analysis. Ruby Rohrlich.
> On Sun, 30 Jul 1995, Richard Spear wrote:
> > Excuse the cross-post ... the topic seems relevant to both anthro and
> > arch.
> > I am interested in trying to correlate the appearance of art
> > representative of humans to the transition from egalitarian to
> > stratified societies. I have yet to do a library search and am asking
> > here for any well-known references that attempt to bring an
> > evolutionary analysis to human figures in art.
> > Thanks for any help ...
> > Richard