The men and women of prehistoric times, and Homo sapiens in particular, were also artists, producing paintings, engravings and sculptures. The Ségriès bison was the first cave painting found in south-east France. It was discovered at Moustiers-Sainte-Marie in 1963. It is engraved in the stone, and is 29cm long and 19cm high. It dates from 15,000 BCE. This is a reconstruction of the Ségriès Bison, showing a Cro-Magnon man carving it into the rock face.