2007년 06월 27일
Forrest Kirkland attributed the Red Monochrome paintings to the "Val Verde Flooded Shelter Culture" based on this panel and another very similar one, now water damaged beyond repair. In this segment, two humans with the typical protruberances around the ears stand facing the audience. The deer on the left is an extremely rare example of the X-ray style
Another example of the Lizard Man found at Flooded or Painted Shelter. The wheeled circle or shield was superimposed on the deer and is not part of the original composition.
This so-called Lizard Man is a recurring motif in American rock art. In the Lower Pecos region, this reptillian human is found in the Red Monochrome pictographs and the Lewis Canyon petroglyphs, both of which postdate A.D. 1000