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Re: Feathered Dinosaurs book

Peter Schouten is hardly a "newcomer" to paleoart. While primarily a wildlife artist his paleoart for books, exhibitions and commissions goes back some 25 years. His first book was Prehistoric Animals of Australia (1983). Peter Trusler mentioned on this list before, is another notable Australian artist who does a lot of paleo work: http://www.geosci.monash.edu.au/assets/images/precsite/slime-creatures.jpg

On 17/09/2008 7:17:06 AM, David Krentz (ddkrentz@charter.net) wrote:
> Wow!  Thanks for the link to all the plates.  Its great to see a
> newcomer to paleoart look past all the dogma with a fresh set of
> eyes.  In my opinion he's pushed the envelope and is making us all
> take a second look at what we have become all too comfortable with.
> D
> On Sep 16, 2008, at 8:48 AM, ralph wrote:
> > hopefully this book will reach me tomorrow too, the artwork looks
> > fantastic!
> > obviously peter schouten put (all 80) previews of the art done for
> > this book here http://www.wildlifeartist.com.au/
> >
> > cheers
> >
> > ralf