The Levantine cave art is an expression of the culture and the thoughts of the hunters and pickers, who lived in the sierra during the post-Paleolithic period until the arrival of agriculture and the domestication of animals during the Neolithic period.
Normally appearing outdoors, in shallow shelters, where the sun easily reaches. These artistic representations extend throughout the eastern half of the Iberian peninsula, between the inland sierras of Almeria, Cuenca and Aragon and the Mediterranean sea.
Their subject matter is varied, showing animals, such as cervids, and human figures, in general represented in a dynamic manner. The representations are quite naturalistic even though the deers have a degree of stylisation and on occasions appear together, creating narrative scenes of hunting, rituals, battles and harvests.