- Paleo art
- found: Work cat.: 2002007625: Paleoimagery, c2002: CIP galley ("paleoartists" are (modern) artists who create original skeletal reconstructions and/or restorations of prehistoric animals, or restore fossil flora or invertebrates, using acceptable and recognized procedures. Paleoartists could themselves be scientists or individuals who are well informed about the relevant science concerning the organisms they seek to reconstruct and restore ... the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology's recent definition for paleoart reads as, "Paleo art (sic) is broadly defined as the scientific or naturalistic rendering of paleontological subject matter pertaining to vertebrate fossils.")
- found: Soc. Vertebr. Paleontol. WWW home page, May 15, 2002 (PaleoArt is broadly defined as the scientific or naturalistic rendering of paleontological subject matter pertaining to vertebrate fossils. Paleo art is one of the most important vehicles for communication of discoveries among paleontologists, and particularly for interpreting these discoveries for the lay audience.)
- notfound: AAT;ArtLex art dict.;Grove art. dict.;LC database, May, 15, 2002;Yahoo!
- 2002-06-19: new
- 2008-03-21: revised
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