Engraved drawing of a bull. Upper Paleolithic
Engraved drawing of a bull. Upper Paleolithic. Solutrean. Petroglyph. SPAIN. Valencia. Valencia's Prehistory and Cultures Museum. Proc: SPAIN. VALENCIAN COMMUNITY. Barx. Parpallve. Date:
© Mary Evans/J. Bedmar/Iberfoto
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Prehistoric man by George Ranstead
Two cavemen seem to be having a jolly time firing arrows and throwing spears from the back of an unidentifiable beast. Drawing on a postcard by George Ranstead, an amateur artist of the Great War who served in the Army Pay Corps. Ranstead was one of many soldiers of WWI who took up drawing as a hobby. His subjects range from wartime humour to pictures of pretty girls and are clearly influenced by images in the illustrated magazines of the period.
© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection
Nebraska Man by Amedee Forestier
An artist's vision of Hesperophiticus (The Ape-Man of the Western World) belonging to the Pliocene epoch. The picture was drawn by Forestier for The Illustrated London News following the discovery of human remains in the form of a single fossil molar tooth in the Snake Creek beds of Sioux County, Nebraska, U.S.A.
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans