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Venus of Berekhat Ram [Golan Heights] and Venus of Tan-Tan [Morocco]), and from 80,000 BCE by the Blombos cave stone engravings, and the cupules at the Dordogne rock shelter at La Ferrassie.
They also affect the hormone oestrogen, which plays a vital part in women falling pregnant.
The quats studied include cetylpyridinium chloride, found in products including the Colgate Max White expert toothbrush and whitening pen, as well as Colgate Total Advanced peppermint mouthwash and Colgate Fluorigard alcohol-free mouthwash.
Chemicals in common household products could be making us infertile, scientists say.
Hand wipes, disinfectants and mouthwash all contain ‘quats’ - quaternary ammonium compounds - used to destroy germs.
In France, they include the monochrome Chauvet Cave pictures of animals and abstract drawings, the hand stencil art at Cosquer Cave, and the polychrome charcoal and ochre images at Pech-Merle, and Lascaux.
Examples of the household products containing quats include Dettol surface cleaner and antibacterial wipes, as well as Tesco disinfectant.
However, it may turn out to be much older (c.700,000 BCE).This comprises a range of miniature obese venus figurines (eg.the Venuses of Willendorf, Kostenky, Monpazier, Dolni Vestonice, Moravany, Brassempouy, Gagarino, to name but a few), as well as mammoth ivory carvings found in the caves of Vogelherd and Hohle Fels in the Swabian Jura.However, the greatest art of prehistory is the cave painting at Chauvet, Lascaux and Altamira.Pre-Raphaelites (1848 on) Impressionistm (1870s on) Neo-Impressionism (1870s) Newlyn School (1880s) Art Nouveau (Late 19th C) Symbolism (Late 19th C) Post Impressionism (c.1880s) Les Fauves (1898-1908) Expressionist Art (1900 on) Die Brucke (1905-11) Der Blaue Reiter (1911-14) Ashcan School (1892-1919) Cubism (1908-1920) Orphism (1912-16) Purism (1920s) Precisionism (1920s on) Collage (1912 on) Futurism (1909-1914) Rayonism (1910-20) Suprematism (1913-1920s) Constructivism (1917-21) Vorticism (1913-15) Dada Movement (1916-1924) De Stijl (1917-31) Bauhaus School (1919-1933) Neo-Plasticism (1920-40) Art Deco (1920s, 30s) Ecole de Paris (1900 on) Neue Sachlichkeit (1920s) Surrealism (1924 on) Magic Realism (1920s) Entartete Kunst (1930s) Social Realism (1920s, 30s) Socialist Realism (1929 on) St Ives School (1930s on) Neo-Romanticism: from 1930s Organic Abstraction (1940-65) Existential Art (1940s, 50s) Abstract Expressionism (c.1944-64) Art Informel (c.1946-60) Tachisme (1940s, 50s) Arte Nucleare (1951-60) Kitchen Sink Art (mid-1950s) Assemblage (1953 on) Neo-Dada (1950s on) Op-Art (Optical Art) (1960s) Pop Art (1958-72) New Realism (1960s) Post-Painterly Abstraction (1960s) Feminist Art (1960s on) Conceptualism (1960s on) Performance (1960s on) Installation (1960s on) Video Art (1960s on) Minimalism (1960s on) Photo-Realism (1960s, 1970s) Environmental Land Art) (1960s on) Supports-Surfaces (c.1966-72) Postmodernism (1970 on) Post-Minimalism (1971 on) New Subjectivity (1970s) London School (1970s) Graffiti Art (1970s on) Transavanguardia (1979 on) Neo-Expressionism (1980 on) Britart: YBAs (1980s on) Neo-Pop (late 1980s on) Stuckism (1999 on)These murals were painted in caves reserved as a sort of prehistoric art gallery, where artists began to paint animals and hunting scenes, as well as a variety of abstract or symbolic drawings.This primitive rock art was followed, no later than 250,000 BCE, by simple figurines (eg.