Running Horse 237, Lascaux — Og


Og’s latest, Running Horse 237, is a far cry from his greatest works, such as Buffalo 12, Man Chasing Reindeer With Bow 16, and even Running Horses 148 and Running Horse 19. Nonetheless, it is still an Og. And Og at his worst is better than many cave artists at their best. While the presentation feels rushed and a little crude, and you may not be able to commune directly with the horse-spirit through it, you still might hear it winnowing and feel some residual sense of awe. Also, it is quite tasty— it’s painted with those berries out there beyond the fields we all love. P.S. Og must not be shown this review. He gets quite belligerent when challenged.

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