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Mural Rights: Establishing Standing for Communities Under American Moral Rights Laws
Pittsburgh Journal of Technology Law and Policy
The origins of mural art have been traced back more than 30,000 years, evidenced by prehistoric images of animals found painted on the walls of the Chauvet Cave in Southern France.1 Throughout history, murals have been employed by man to tell stories and to convey artistic expression. The Ajanta Caves in Maharashtra, India, date back to the third century B.C. and contain intricate mural art depicting the Jataka stories.2 The San Bartolo murals in Guatemala were created in the first century B.C.doi:10.5195/tlp.2010.50 fatcat:7jooaopkojhxddmu7755hjtve4