In a recess to the east of the Brunel Chamber, a deer 1 m in length is evoked by the natural relief, supplemented by red lines. Only the head is detailed, consisting of an eye, mouth and broad antlers, but the small dimensions make it impossible to determine whether it is a fallow deer or megaloceros. The chest is represented by a calcite flow emphasised by two lines, the start of the leg is also natural, as are the groin and hindquarters. The contour of the stomach is drawn with bold lines.
Salle Brunel - Sud
Type de notice:
Vue de situation du cervidé rouge
Le cervidé rouge