Gregory Paul is perhaps the most influential paleoartist. As the poster child for the ‘Dinosaur Renaissance’ in the late 1970s and early ’80s, his reconstructions and artwork redefined how dinosaurs were portrayed. He is also unusual in that his influence is not just artistic but also scientific; he has renamed several dinosaurs (and has had two named after him), and has been active in such fields as dinosaur physiology and thermodynamics. He has written and illustrated a slew of book titles including the groundbreaking Predatory Dinosaurs of the World; has been published in a broad selection of both academic and popular science magazines; and was heavily involved in advising the filmmakers of Jurassic Park and several TV series.
Dinosaur Art: The World’s Greatest Paleoart
- 4 September 2012
A paleoartist is an illustrator who specialises in the science and art of reconstructing ancient animals and their world. In ...