posted on Mar, 2 2016 @ 05:33 PM
originally posted by: wmd_2008
a reply to: Harte
ps who was the 65 million year old artist
Charles R. Knight was the name he was going by in the last century.
Obviously, he must change identity periodically, since nobody can ever paint anything they haven't seen with their own eyes.
That particular painting is my favorite of his (he's fairly famous for dinosaur painting.) The pic was in an old college book my Dad had on Natural
History that I used to read when I was quite young.
The book had a great chapter on the Precambrian as well, with the Burgess Shale reproductions that are utterly obsolete today.