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Mesozoic Art Dinosaurs and Other Ancient Animals in Art

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By: Steve J White(Editor), Darren Naish(Editor)
208 pages, colour illustrations
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About this book

This book showcases the work of twenty leading palaeoartists who expertly bring these extinct animals to life in exquisite detail.

Dinosaurs are endlessly fascinating to people of every age, from the youngest child who enjoys learning the tongue-twisting names to adults who grew up with Jurassic Park and Walking with Dinosaurs. As our knowledge of the prehistoric world continues to evolve and grow, so has the discipline of bringing these ancient worlds to life artistically. Palaeoart puts flesh on the bones of long-extinct organisms and illustrates the world they lived in.

Mesozoic Art presents twenty of the best artists working in this field, representing a broad spectrum of disciplines, from traditional painting to cutting-edge digital technology. Some provide the artwork for new scientific papers that demand high-end palaeoart as part of their presentation to the world at large; they also work for the likes of National Geographic and provide art to museums around the world to illustrate their displays. Other artists are the new rising stars of palaeoart in an ever-growing, ever-diversifying field.

Arranged by portfolio, this book brings this dramatic art to a wide, contemporary audience. The art is accompanied by text on the animals and their lives, written by palaeontologist Darren Naish. Palaeoart is dynamic, fluid and colourful, as were the beasts it portrays, which are displayed in this magnificent book.

Contents

Foreword
Introduction

Artist Profiles
- Gabriel Ugeto
- Joschua Knuppe
- Corben Rainbolt
- Stephanie Dziezyk
- Emiliano Troco
- Lucas Attwell
- Julia D'Oliviera
- Midiaou Diallo
- Joanna Kobierska
- Jed Taylor
- Pablo Riviera
- Greer Stothers
- John Conway
- Ville Sinkkonen
- Danielle Dufault
- Julio Lacerda
- Brennan Stokerman
- Raven Amos
- Mark Witton
- Jaime Chirinos

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Biography

Steve White has been an editor, colourist, inker and artist for almost four decades, beginning his career at Marvel UK on the likes of Care Bears, Transformers and Thundercats in the late eighties before writing for 2000AD, editing for Titan Comics, and being an illustrator on numerous books and magazines. Steve has been contributing editor on several art books for Titan including Dinosaur Art and The Paleoart of Julius Csotonyi.

Darren Naish is a renowned vertebrate palaeontologist, author and blogger. His best-known work in academia includes reevaluations of British dinosaurs including the early tyrannosaur, Eotyrannus, but he is best known for his blog, Tetrapod Zoology (or TetZoo), a hugely influential resource with a large and dedicated readership that has spawned its own conference. Darren is author of the acclaimed Dinosaurs: How They Lived and Evolved and co-authored All Yesterdays: Unique and Speculative Views of Dinosaurs and other Prehistoric Animals.

Art / Photobook Coming Soon
By: Steve J White(Editor), Darren Naish(Editor)
208 pages, colour illustrations
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