Description This 110-foot long giant is commonly known as the biggest dinosaur (though Puertasaurus was even larger) and lived in the middle of the Cretaceous Period in Argentina. Argentinosaurus was a titanosaur, a type of long-necked plant-eating dinosaur that emerged in the Cretaceous period after its earlier cousins like Diplodocus and Brachiosaurus had died out. Shown here with all the described fossil bones fully figured for the very first time!
Nima Sassani Member Since June 2009 Artist Statement I am a paleo-artist specializing in dinosaurs (though I also illustrate many other extinct life forms). I have been drawing dinosaurs with a passion for several years, and work with various media in a high degree of realism.
Now I bring to you the best of the best - the most exceptional pieces of prehistoric art in my portfolio that have made it through my exacting standards repeatedly. Though I have many interests aside from dinosaurs, I think that commercially available high-quality prints of ACCURATE dinosaur art are LONG overdue.
This is a truly unique level of kind of art, and I hope you all enjoy it as much as I enjoyed creating it. Welcome to the Paleo Kingdom!