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Eocene Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 286 pictures in our Eocene collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


1890 Punch Cartoon Othaniel Marsh Featured Print

1890 Punch Cartoon Othaniel Marsh

Cartoon from Punch September 13th 1890. Shows Professor Othniel Marsh standing atop a triceratops skull, with some of his famous discoveries before him. Top left Pteranodon (Marsh 1870) the first pterosaur to be discovered outside Europe. Lowest the toothed bird Hesperornis regalis (Marsh 1871), right Brontops robustus (Marsh 1887) left Uintatherium - a species actually described by Joseph Leidy in 1872 and whose identification suffered from the developing bone wars between Marsh and his palaeontological rival Edward Drinker Cope. The bone wars between Marsh and Cope grew so acrimonious it eventually drove the talented and less egotistical Joseph Leidy from the field entirely

© PAUL D STEWART/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Metamynodon, extinct genus of amynodont perissodactyls Featured Print

Metamynodon, extinct genus of amynodont perissodactyls

Metamynodon, extinct genus of amynodont perissodactyls from the Eocene to the early Miocene. . Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from Tiere der Urwelt Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator

© Florilegius / Mary Evans

Brontotherium wander the lush late Eocene landscape Featured Print

Brontotherium wander the lush late Eocene landscape

Brontotherium wander the lush Late Eocene landscape of South Dakota 35 million years ago.
Modern rhinoceroses have a symbiotic relationship with birds (variously known as oxpeckers or tick birds) that eat parasites they find on the rhino's skin and noisily warn of danger. No doubt similar symbiotic relationships existed between birds and the megafauna of the Eocene

© Walter Myers/Stocktrek Images