Pigments through the ages
"From prehistoric times, humans have left an imprint on their environment in the form of painted images, which both beautified their world and expressed their thoughts and feelings. It may be that primitive man scratched trees or rocks with stones as a way of identifying a track, indicating a source of food or water, or even marking territory. At some stage, however, humans discovered that pigments worked more effectively when mixed with a medium such as water or saliva, and painting was born."
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