Wildlife Art of ancient (classical art).
History of the start date, the font is created. An early example of ancient art comes from Egypt and Mesopotamia.
Great art tradition have their origins in the art of one of six "classic" civilization of old: the old Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, Rome, India, or China. Every major civilization has developed their own unique style of art.
Animals are common in Chinese art, including some examples from the 4th century, represents the mythical creature and that shows the art because it is rather moving from a pure animal. Ming dynasty Chinese art has a pure wildlife species, including ducks, swans, sparrows, Tigers, and other animals and birds, with increased realism and detail.
In the 7th century, elephants, monkeys and other animals in carved stone at Ellora, India is presented. The carving was religious in nature, but a real animal, not a mythological creature.
The art of ancient Egypt includes many animals, used in the nature of a symbolic and very religious still shows the art of Egypt know enough Anatomy and attention to detail. Animal symbols used in symbolic language hieroglyphs Egypt.
Early South American art often shows a representation of the divine Jaguar.
Minoa, the largest bronze age civilization making naturalistic designs including fish, squid and a bird in the middle. Wild animals are still the most characteristic of their art, by increasing the diversity of species in the Minoan period end.
The art of the steppe nomads in Mongolia is first and foremost a deer, animal art, like gold and usually small as their travelling lifestyle.