This page contains several examples of original pen and ink artwork/scientific illustrations by Russell Hawley, a resident artist at the Tate Museum in Casper, Wyoming. High quality copies of these illustrations are available at very reasonable prices (see below). The illustrations depict the live animal as reconstructed from original well articulated Douglas Fossil specimens. Russell can do original death poses or live re-constructions of any Douglas Fossil specimens.
Close-up of Leptictis (a large shrew-like insectivore)
Leptictis (a large shrew-like insectivore) chasing Eumys (a small mouse-like rodent)
Original skeleton of Leptictis (a large shrew-like insectivore)
Peltosaurus (an armored, scute covered lizard), hand colored
Peltosaurus (an armored, scute covered lizard), black & white (you color)
Stylemys (a common Oligocene land tortoise)
Leptictis and Eumys in black & white 11x 17 inches - $50
Leptictis and Eumys hand colored 11x 17 inches - $100
Peltosaurus in black & white 8.5 x 11 inches - $35
Peltosaurus hand colored 8.5 x 11 inches - $70
Stylemys in black & white 8.5 x 11 inches - $35
Stylemys hand colored 8.5 x 11 inches - $70
Other Oligocene specimens available include:
Helodermoides tuberculates (fossil gila monster) 11 x 17 inches
Hesperocyon (first true canid - dog) 6 x 8 inches
Hoplophoneus (saber tooth cat) 6 x 8 inches
Oreodont (extinct large burrowing herbivore) - death pose ("twinkle toes") at Tate Museum 11 x 17 inches
Original pen & ink drawings of any specimen could be made for $500 - $2,000 depending on size and complexity of specimen and background.
Additionally, Russell has drawn numerous marine reptiles, invertebrate, and dinosaur images.
This are sample images please contact Dr. Sundell for
Order & contact information.
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