Some of the most famous paintings in the world were created in caves.
Now, a museum is offering up a gallery of some of those caves to help tourists get their hands on the best ones.
Art Basel in Amsterdam, Netherlands, has a collection of paintings by the late artist Frank Frazetta.
In the exhibition, which opens Thursday, the museum shows a selection of paintings that were created inside caves in Spain and France during the 19th century.
Among the works are works by Picasso, Monet, Gauguin and Toulouse-Lautrec.
The exhibit features the work of Pablo Picasso.
The works have been displayed in a separate exhibit at the gallery since 2009.
But the exhibition’s opening was delayed until this year due to a lack of funds, said Jan de Vos, art director of Art Basels.
“The art is not for sale,” he said.
“It’s not a piece of art.
It’s a tool, and we want people to have a bit of fun.”
Art Basel opened its doors in February 2018 and has now expanded to an entire new museum.
It has more than 6,500 rooms and has more on its website.