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Postcard of Charles R Knight mural depicting Jurassic marine

Postcard of Charles R Knight mural depicting Jurassic marine

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Postcard of Charles R. Knight mural depicting Jurassic marine reptiles (plesiosaurs and ichthyosaurs). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL, ...

Postcard of Charles R. Knight's mural of Tyrannosaurus rex confronting Triceratops. The classic painting is still on display at the Field Museum of Natural ...

Postcard of Charles R. Knight's mural of Brontosaurus. The classic painting is still on display at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, Illinois.

Postcard of the Sinclair Exhibit's Tyrannosaurus rex at the Century of Progress in Chicago, Illinois

Brontosaurus Charles R.

illustrator Charles R. Knight for the February, 1942 issue of National Geographic

Charles R Knight - Tyrannosaurus rex

The World of Charles R. Knight; Dinosaur Artist and Wild Life Painter

A drawing of the terror bird Phorusrhacos by Charles R. Knight published in Animals of

Early postcard of Allosaurus confronting a Stegosaurus from the Science Museum in St. Paul,

Charles R Knight - Stegosaurus

Postcard of Charles R. Knight mural depicting Jurassic marine reptiles (plesiosaurs and ichthyosaurs). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL…

Postcard of Charles R. Knight mural depicting Jurassic marine reptiles (plesiosaurs and ichthyosaurs). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL…

Postcard of Charles R. Knight mural depicting Jurassic marine reptiles (plesiosaurs and ichthyosaurs). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL…

Postcard of Charles R. Knight mural depicting Jurassic marine reptiles (plesiosaurs and ichthyosaurs). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL…

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Postcard of Charles R. Knight mural depicting Jurassic marine reptiles (plesiosaurs and ichthyosaurs). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL…

Postcard of Charles R. Knight mural depicting Jurassic marine reptiles (plesiosaurs and ichthyosaurs). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL…

In the Mesozoic, the time of the dinosaurs, from 252 to 66 million years ago, marine reptiles such as ichthyosaurs and plesiosaurs were top predators ...

Postcard of Triceratops for "A Century of Progress" in Chicago.

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Vintage postcard of Triassic dinosaur tracks found 17 miles north of Cameron, AZ, dated

Postcard of Charles R. Knight mural depicting Jurassic marine reptiles (plesiosaurs and ichthyosaurs). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL…

Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs: Vintage Dinosaur Art: Charles R. Knight

Charles R. Knight.

Vintage Iguanodon by Z. Find this Pin and more on Charles R Knight ...

Allosaurus by Charles R. Knight (1874-1953) from National Geographic 1919 United

Postcard of Charles R. Knight mural depicting Jurassic marine reptiles (plesiosaurs and ichthyosaurs). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL…

Charles R Knight

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Postcard of Charles R. Knight mural depicting Jurassic marine reptiles (plesiosaurs and ichthyosaurs). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL…

Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs: Vintage Dinosaur Art: Dinosaurs (Start-Right

Entelodon (then known as Elotherium), the first commissioned restoration of an extinct animal by Charles R. Knight.

Charles R. Knight

Knight's La Brea Tar Pits mural. From wikimedia commons.

Vintage Dinosaur Art: Charles R. Knight

This Agathaumas has iguana-like features, and you can see an affinity to my favorite Knight piece, Leaping Laelaps.

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Postcard of the pelycosaur cluster in Life Over Time. These specimens were donated by the University of Chicago in the 1960s.

Cenozoic

Art by Eleanor Kish. Copyright Smithsonian Institution.

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Charles R. Knight paleopainter

Mural by Eduardo Kobra in Chicago, United States.

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Art by Eleanor Kish. Copyright Smithsonian Institution.

... but Charles Knight was painting more accurate Tylosaurus restorations back in 1899.

Rhomaleosaurus cast at the NMNH Museum Support Center.

Jurassic Museum

Dolichorhynchops from Montana, mounted by Arnie Lewis. Photo by Chip Clark.

A metalwork frame artfully shows the missing parts of this Augustynolophus skull.

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Art by Eleanor Kish. Copyright Smithsonian Institution.

(Painting by Charles R. Knight)

Outdated 1897 restoration by Charles R. Knight of B. excelsus submerged in water, and Diplodocus dragging its tail

"Brontosaurus" will forever be associated with improper head association, and the D'Aiguebelle Bronto is no exception. Is it just me, or does it look like ...

Karen Carr art fills in gaps in classic Knight pieces

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Something is awry. Source

More on Knight: The official website, chock full of information and images. The Open Source Paleontologist reviewed Knight's autobiography.

The problem with this project is that it turns out to be a daunting task for only a few individuals to perform and and I am always on the lookout for ...

Overview artwork of the National Fossil Hall, on display in “Last American Dinosaurs” at NMNH. Note Rhomaleosaurus in the upper left, behind the Jurassic ...

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Fig. 5. Quentin Hole, Kronosaurus queenslandicus, 1958, oil on concrete

Blue whale model at AMNH. Photo by the author.

life over time albertosaurus remount

Little Clint at the Dinosaur Discovery Museum.

Dinosaur Parade from the Dinotopia series by James Gurney (1989)

Monday, August 6, 2012

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Art by Eleanor Kish. Copyright Smithsonian Institution.

Little Clint's toothy grin.

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Diorama depicting the earliest land vertebrates, with a background by John Gurche. Photo by the author.

Original and cast specimens from the Paleozoic are illustrated by one of several murals by Karen Carr.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Charles R. Knight's Stegosaurus

Rhomaleosaurus cast at the London Museum of Natural History.

The Permian reef at the Midland Petroleum Museum. I stupidly never took a picture of

Dinosaur Days

Year: 1570. Scientist/artist: Abraham Ortelius Originally published in: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum Now appears in: Monsters of the Sea by Richard Ellis

Historic models of Agathaumas and Triceratops by Charles Knight and Charles Gilmore.

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