Art From the Bronze Age and Stone Age
Art From The Stone Age - Works From The Earliest Epoch In Human History
According to current research, the Stone Age began 2.6 million years ago. During that time, human beings were mainly concerned with the satisfaction of their basic needs. The invention of tools and weapons made everyday life and survival easier. With the help of archaeological finds, both can be increasingly reconstructed today. But even then, in these rough and wild times, humans had a sense of creativity and art.
Petroglyphs, pictorial representations carved into stone, were probably among the first artistic legacies passed down to us by our ancestors. Many rock and cave paintings dating back thousands of years still bear witness to the creative creations of the beginnings of humankind. However, far more impressive are the sculptures that have survived as art from the Stone Age to this day. Figures like the Venus of Willendorf are so rare and precious that for many years they were not even exhibited in museums. Here, you can buy replicas of this valuable Stone Age art.
Art From the Bronze Age - Impressive Works With Metallic Materials
The Bronze Age was a time of transition, during which numerous cultures underwent a tremendous surge of development. This time was characterised by the use of bronze for the production of weapons, tools, and jewellery. Social upheavals took place: Social differentiation, a global trade network - all of this also led to changes in artistic forms of expression.
Metal found its way into the production of sculptures and artefacts. Incomparable pieces such as the Banc Ty'nddôl sun disk, the Eschenz gold cup or the Nebra sky disk were created. They not only bear witness to the craftsmanship and artistic skill of past cultures but also offer a glimpse into their worldview at that time. You can purchase replicas of these distinctive works of art from the Bronze Age here.
An Artful Look Into the Past - Replicas of Bronze Age and Stone Age Art
You can admire the original sculptures and artefacts of Stone Age and Bronze Age art in various museums and exhibitions. With us, on the other hand, you can order elaborately produced replicas. In addition to selected materials, the most modern techniques are used for production. For example, the Dietz replica of the Nebra sky disk. The disk was replicated onto copper, and the relief-like structure is perceptible. Thanks to its real gold finish, this replica will undoubtedly make an impressive addition to any collection.