Why did primitive artists depict mammoths, bison, deer, and horses? What role did these animals play in people’s lives?

The earliest artists painted the animals they hunted. The authors managed to convey the exact appearance and character of animals: deer appeared sensitive and wary, horses-fast and swift, mammoths-massive, heavy with a high convex nape. These animals played a huge role in the life of primitive people, who used their meat for food, sinews — as a fastening material, bones-for making tips and other tools, skins – for making clothes

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