Hands and Horses
Thirty thousand years ago, in an innermost room of the Lascaux cave, a hunter picked up a paint-loaded reed, drew in a breath, and gazed at an empty wall. In the next moment, using a blowing technique, the artist lifted his airbrush to his lips and began to create.
This famous composition from the Pech Merle Cave at Cabreret (France) shows two near life-size horses. It has been dated 25000 B.P.
blind stitch lining with rod pocket
32% trevira 34% wool 34% cotton