Evolution in the Past, 1912
By Henry R. Knipe
Get a copy of this book if you can. The charcoal illustrations by
by Alice B. Woodward are often
beautiful and rarely reproduced.
The illustrations by Ernest Bucknall, generally showing vegetative
scenes, are just adequate.
The illustration on the left showing an interaction between
Cryptoclidus and Pliosaurus is really nice.
The sprawling lizard-like illustration on
the right shows another early variation on Stegosaurus
According to Debus, A. E. and Debus,
D. E. (Paleoimagery), Woodward's
illustration's were criticized by the
Reverend Henry Neville Hutchinson for their baggy looking skin.
generally superior, at least artistically, to Smit's
illustrations published in Hutchinson's