Sivré I, the repainted woman (LDS colour space).
Model_21. The Sivré I main panel (DStretch enhanced texture in LDS colour space) results from the superimposition of three different layers. The most evident comprehend male figures in the Hohou style, featured by thick thighs and swollen bellies. These figures brandish sticks. Women in the Hohou style, wearing skirts and holding rounded objects on the heads, are shown in diminutive proportions. On the right side of the panel, as noted by Bailloud (1997), a figure drawn by outline in the Sivrè style was filled in the same hue of red of the Hohou figures by a repainting act. The bosoms depicted on the left side of the thorax below the armpit allow for a woman identification. Some cattle figures with the curvaceous silhouettes typical of the Tamada style and one human armed with a spear decorate the left sector of the panel. This human overlaps the hairstyle of a faded Hohou figure. A rounded motif enclosing a finger-painted motif and an anthropomorphic figure drawn by outline is present at the panel centre.