Now you can view at wondrous leisure with Visions of Lost Worlds: The Paleoart of Jay Matternes treasured murals that for half a century adorned the fossil halls of our National Museum of Natural History. Painstakingly researched and intricately detailed, the 56-million-year mammal evolution murals and Mesozoic Era dinosaur dioramas by renowned paleoartist Jay Matternes are revelatory works of art.
The new 31,000 square foot David H. Koch Hall of Fossils at our National Museum of Natural History is home to the Deep Time exhibit which includes a skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus rex poised to bite the head of a triceratops. Equally fascinating, the massive diplodocus.
Hardcover. 256 pages. 350 color illustrations.