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Re: America's earliest paleoartist authenticated
You can see a much closer match in Knight's painting on the 4th Floor at
It's simply left/right reversed, although the shape of the tusks is
different. Presumably the Florida artist did not see a Mammuthus primigenius
and the authentication work by the researchers seems to have been extremely
detailed and thorough.
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Subject: Re: America's earliest paleoartist authenticated
Charles R Knight did a much better job on this image
when he originally created it 1909
Hmm! Interesting -- and suspicious -- match -- as though it was copied.
I see your point. (But, then, that's why the paper addressed the age
[However, on the vert paleo list, Dan also wrote:]
I'd like to add here that it would very unusual to
see such an ancient engraving drawn in perspective
a 3/4 view as in Knight's painting.
At first glance, I, too, thought the engraved image showed perspective
-- with the far hind leg, especially. Then I decided it was
because the bottom parts of the legs/feet weren't discernible. Weird,
Oh, and here's a tinier URl. The Knight image in question is at the
bottom of the page.
-- Donna Braginetz