Exactly 80 years ago, seventeen-year-old Marcel Ravidat, an apprentice mechanic, discovered the entrance to the Lascaux cave thanks to his dog chasing a rabbit.
A veritable Sistine Chapel of cave art, or Versailles of prehistory as it was described by Henri Breuil, the first specialist to visit the site, this cave represents the first drawings by man and woman.
Without the Lascaux cave, there would be no Baroque, no Renaissance, no Impressionism, no Surrealism, and therefore no Patricia Blanchet. And without these shoes, it would be impossible to shine your light and make the earth the most beautiful place in the universe.
So thanks to you Marcel, to your dog, and to all the Lascaux artists, without whom all these graceful beauties would not have been possible.