Digital George Stow
Institution : Iziko (no number assigned)
Size : 681mmx504mm
Description : Nine figures assuming various attitudes: five of them hold their arms behind their backs. The two small central figures wave plants and their bodies are marked or decorated. There are two animals resembling either antelope or bovids, with spotted markings, and an unidentifiable animal or form in the top left sector of the painting. "From Cave near Waterfall Knoffel Spruit Orange River O.F.S"
Verso : "102"
Description in published source : “PLATE 32
LOCALITY.– As Plate 28.
SITE.– As Plate 29.
DESCRIPTION – The group copied here is from one end of the shelter. There is a third animal behind these without spots. The blue colour is fading. At the other end of the shelter are similar animals, one with red spots, another very old one in red.
EXPLANATION BY A BUSHMAN.– The animal on the right is a male rhino, the other a female.
These animals have some resemblance to rain bulls such as that in Plate 17 and in Miss Tongue’s copies.* [Bushman Paintings, by Helen Tongue.] The top figure is a baby elephant.
Dimensions: 14 1/4 x 25 1/2 inches.” (Bleek)
Published : "Rock Paintings in SA" plate 32