Mark Hallett has created this beautiful scenic featuring a diplodocus herd on the move. Mark has become well known in paleo-art and this print is a fine example of the realistic and colorful interpretations of living history we have experienced in his art. The print is 32″ x 12″ and is limited to 950 signed and numbered prints.
Since 1974, Mark Hallett has expressed his passion for prehistoric creatures and ancient worlds by specializing as a paleoartist, a term coined for an illustrator who researches and recreates the life of the past.
Inspired by Charles R. Knight and other great artists, he has continued to draw, paint, sculpt and conduct research into how ancient life forms may have looked and behaved for a wide variety of American and Foreign publications. His work has appeared in Life, Smithsonian, Natural History and National Geographic as well as scientific journals and popular books.
In 1986 his paintings toured museums in the United States, Britain, Europe, Japan and Australia, among them the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History and the American Museum of Natural History. Some of these exhibits in turn opened other doors: Mark was chosen as artist consultant by Steven Spielberg to help create the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park, and later created many of the scenes and leading dinosaur characters for Disney Features’ epic film, Dinosaur!