Digital George Stow
Institution : Iziko (no number assigned)
Size : 676mmx509mm
Description : Seventeen figures of mixed description all assuming a variety of attitudes (bending, crouching, kicking etc). A large central horned animal resembling an antelope. Some of the figures appear to be touching or joined to the animal, one at its nose. Many of the figures have white horned or eared heads or headdresses, one appears to have winged arms. No text. "125"
Verso : "125"
Description in published source : p.78: "46. No locality. 1/5 lin." "46 and 47. These very similar paintings are clearly the work of the same hand. They almost certainly come from Camp Siding (see plate 36). Figures in both groups on plate 46 wear cycad-branch wings, typical at this site. All figures are in red-brown with orange markings. The three tall figures interrupting the right-hand group in 47 are in different style and slightly darker colour. Note the intense vivacity, freedom of movement and grace of design in these four little groups. They may represent four phases in a dance." (Goodwin)
Published : "Cave Artists of SA", plate 46