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B) Granite rocks- Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh
Three types of rock paintings have been found – Paintings in white, Paintings in red ochre over white background and paintings in red ochre. These paintings belong to late historical, early historical and Neolithic periods.
Bulls, elephants, gazelles, sheep, goats, horses and stylized human are mainly depicted figures of these caves.
Largest rock shelters. Located in MP. 800 rock shelters of stone-age have been discovered.
Painting subjects are – events of daily life, hunting scene, dancing scene, playing musical instruments Some animals have also been painted with human as horse and elephant riders, animal fighting, stag, tiger, bison, etc. On the basis of style, technique and time-periods, the rock art of Bhimbetka art has been classified into seven groups.
The Paintings in this period are more schematic, linear and geometrical in shape, but they show degeneration and crudeness in their style. The colours were prepared by combining manganese, haematite and wooden coal. The painters used many colours . Colours were made by grinding various rocks, minerals and pigments. Geru (earthy-red colour) used for red colour, chalcedony (stone) for green colour and limestone for white. To make them stable the artist used to mix animal fat or gum of trees. Plant fibers and hair of animals are used to make brushes. That is why these paintings are in existence after passing thousands of years.
Study of the Prehistoric Rock Paintings
1. A Roaring Animal
Name : Roaring Animal
Place: Bhimbetka Cave, MP
Medium: Mineral Colours
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