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Lascaux, Cradle of Man's Art

USA, 1949 (MIFF 1958, Outline and Substance)

Director: William Chapman

Made by an American journalist, showing the famous prehistoric cave paintings of Lascaux in the Dordogne region of France, this film is a fascinating record of one of the most remarkable examples of prehistoric art in the world.

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Ceramic Art of Japan

Japan
From the Stone Age and masterpieces of the early Sung Dynasty we follow the progress of the potter's art in Japan to the elaborate porcelain produced today. ... More »

Barlach

Germany, 1950
Ernst Barlach-1870-1938, sculptor and poet. "His forbidding, clean and beautiful works portray the modern man in his nakedness, truth and plight." ... More »

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