Tag: Asia

Summary of all fossil Alcelaphini-genera with selected species

Coloured pencil drawings, digitally composed; 2018

The reconstructions were made with kindly support by paleontologist Dr. Faysal Bibi from the Museum for Natural History Berlin.

Damalops palaeindicus (Bovidae), Late Pliocene, South Asia

This is a notably species in two aspects: on the one hand it is the only known alcelaphine outside of Africa, on the other hand its horn form is very simple compared to other Alcelaphini. D. palaeindicus lived during the Pinjor formation about 2,5 million years ago in the area of today’s Siwaliks (southern Himalayas) in India. There are also remains from  the Republic of Tajikistan.

Coloured pencil, 2018

30 x 24 cm

Himalayan cuckoo (Cuculus saturatus)

Watercolour, 2018

24 x 16 cm

Neanderthal (Homo neanderthalensis); Pleistocene

Pastel, 2018

60 x 40 cm

Platybelodon grangeri (Gomphotheriidae) mourning for his ancestors; Miocene, Asia

Ink, 2018

32 x 24 cm

For “Prehistoric times” magazine, issue 127

Sinoceratops zhuchengensis (Centrosaurinae), Late Cretaceous, China

Watercolour, 2017

70 x 50 cm

Art & Vielfalt – Impressionen aus der Tierwelt, 2018, Museum für Naturkunde Magdeburg

Batrachognathus volans (Anurognathidae) & Palaeolepidopterix aurea (Micropterigidae), Late Jurassic, Kazakhstan

Pencil, 2017

29,5 x 21 cm

Domestic yaks (Bos grunniens)

Ink, 2017

42 x 29,5 cm

Flamingos in mist (Phoenicopterus roseus)

Pencil, 2014/15

42 x 29,5 cm

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Prenocephale prenes (Pachycephalosauria), Late Cretaceous, Mongolia

Plaster, painted with oil paint, 2012/13

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