Thursday, 22 May 2008

African Cenomanian

Oil on Canvas - 90 x 73 cm

Friday, 21 March 2008

Incisivosaurus Gauthieri

Incisivosaurus Gauthieri, early Cretaceous, China. Oil on canvas (50 x 70 cm).


Thursday, 14 February 2008

Masiakasaurus Knopfleri

Masiakasaurus knofleri, oil on canvas (50 x 70 cm). Plants are dipteridáceas.

Saturday, 13 October 2007

Marasuchus illoensis

Middle Triassic Period. The high viewpoint in this painting shows us a small animal. Marasuchus illoensis (Alfred Romer, 1972/Sereno & Arcucci, 1994) tiny argentinian dinosauromorph was about 45 centimeters long.


Sunday, 30 September 2007

Eoraptor Lunensis

"Dawn thief", a pair of eoraptors (Paul Sereno,1993) near a water source, late triassic, when "El Valle de la Luna"(Ischigualasto) was a river valley.
The picture, whose composition is clearly diagonal, emphasizes the dominant position of one of the animals. Upper right and left, Neocalamites, a member of the Calamitales plants that belongs to the Sphenophytes, were indicative of humid habitats.


Monday, 3 September 2007

Frenguellisaurus Ischigualastensis

"Frenguelli´s reptile", we can see on guard passive animal, on a bed of ferns, in the Ischigualasto provincial park (San Juan, Argentina), where later the rest of the animal would be discovered.


Wednesday, 29 August 2007

size comparison: herrerasaurus - frenguellisaurus

In first plane the small carnivorous primitive dinosaur Herrerasaurus ischigualastensis. Over the cube, the larger herrerasaurid Frenguellisaurus ischigualastensis.
The available materials of Frenguellisaurus ischigualastensis suggest an animal that exceeded 6 meters in length. Thus, the most primitive dinosaurs had reached considerably large sizes.


Monday, 27 August 2007

Herrerasaurus Frenguellisaurus : Cibus

"Cibus" the name of the painting, which in latin means "food", bigger animal on the right is a Frenguellisaurus ischigualastensis (Novas, 1986). On the left, two Herrerasaurus ischigualastensis
(Osvaldo Reig, 1960), both species are argentinian herrerasaurids.