Jurassic Fine Art

Bringing to life the distant past requires a unique artistic skill that blends imagination and palaeontology. Here you can see both being put to use in some amazing dinosaur illustrations...
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Bringing to life the distant past requires a unique artistic skill that blends imagination and palaeontology. Here you can see both being put to use in some amazing dinosaur illustrations...


Featuring ten of the most prominent paleoartists working today, Dinosaur Art: The World’s Greatest Paleoart is a unique blend of breathtaking artwork - some never before seen.

Bringing to life the distant past requires a unique artistic skill that blends imagination and palaeontology – the study of prehistoric animals. Now, for the first time, Dinosaur Art: The World’s Greatest Paleoart showcases a selection of skillful, innovative artwork produced for movies, television programmes (Jurassic Park, When Dinosaurs Roamed America and Dinosaur Planet) and for museums around the world, alongside exclusive interviews with the artists, in which they reveal the sources of their inspiration, their working methods and the influence of digital multimedia on their artwork.

These are unique artistic image that blend imagination and palaeontology.

With a Foreword by paleontologist & museum curator Philip J. Currie, and an Introduction by paleontologist & evolutionary biologist Scott D. Sampson Dinosaur Art brings a unique, insightful perspective to the prehistoric landscapes of the Earth’s past.  The editor of the book Steve White writes: “Dinosaur Art will appeal to anyone - from child to adult enthusiast - who loves dinosaurs and all the other spectacular creatures from our planet's evolution”.

The impressive lineup of the world’s leading paleoartists artists features Mauricio Anton, John Conway, Julius Csotonyi, Douglas Henderson, Todd Marshall, Raul Martin, Robert Nicholls, Gregory S Paul, Luis Rey, John Sibbick. Steve White edits the collection.

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