The painted motifs are exclusively located in the upper register (left wall). Red paint no. 4 can be seen in both registers, whereas red paint no. 5 is only located in the lower register. Red paint no. 1, which was only used for the painted line, encroaches on both registers (right wall).
Considered to be an 'engraving cave', Gouy only featured a single technique (engraving) in its inventory (still under way). At the start of a more complete study which this time includes painting and engraving, the corpus has been enriched by four new motifs.
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