Fraud Blocker Skip to main content

Home > Granger Art on Demand > Neolithic And Paleolithic Eras

NEANDERTHAL MAN. First reconstruction of a Neanderthal man, from the La Chapelle-aux-Saints Neanderthal skeleton, discovered in France in 1908. Drawing by Frantisek Kupka, with the aid of Marcellin Boule. Published in The Illustrated London News, 27 February 1909


NEANDERTHAL MAN. First reconstruction of a Neanderthal man, from the La Chapelle-aux-Saints Neanderthal skeleton, discovered in France in 1908. Drawing by Frantisek Kupka, with the aid of Marcellin Boule. Published in The Illustrated London News, 27 February 1909


Choose from the following product ranges for this image

Canvas Prints
Fine Art Prints
Mounted Photos
Metal Prints
Cards
Housewares


We accept all major credit cards


Granger Art on Demand

Wall Art and Photo Gifts from Granger


NEANDERTHAL MAN. First reconstruction of a Neanderthal man, from the La Chapelle-aux-Saints Neanderthal skeleton, discovered in France in 1908. Drawing by Frantisek Kupka, with the aid of Marcellin Boule. Published in The Illustrated London News, 27 February 1909

NEANDERTHAL MAN.
First reconstruction of a Neanderthal man, from the La Chapelle-aux-Saints Neanderthal skeleton, discovered in France in 1908. Drawing by Frantisek Kupka, with the aid of Marcellin Boule. Published in The Illustrated London News, 27 February 1909

Granger holds millions of images spanning more than 25,000 years of world history, from before the Stone Age to the dawn of the Space Age

Media ID 6215903

1909 Cave Cave Man Evolution Paleo Indian Paleolithic Primitive Reconstruction Stone Age Boule Marcellin Neanderthal


FEATURES IN THESE COLLECTIONS

> Europe > France > Related Images

> Granger Art on Demand > Neolithic And Paleolithic Eras


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print showcases the first reconstruction of a Neanderthal man, based on the La Chapelle-aux-Saints Neanderthal skeleton discovered in France in 1908. The intricate drawing was skillfully crafted by Frantisek Kupka, with assistance from Marcellin Boule, and was published in The Illustrated London News on February 27th, 1909. The image takes us back to a time long ago when our ancestors roamed the Earth. It provides a glimpse into the early stages of human evolution and offers insight into our primitive beginnings. The Neanderthal man depicted here represents an important milestone in understanding our species' history. With its cave-like setting and stone age elements, this artwork transports us to an era where survival instincts were paramount. It reminds us of how far we have come as a species and highlights the remarkable journey that has led to modern civilization. The significance of this reconstruction cannot be overstated. It serves as a testament to the tireless efforts of scientists who strive to unravel humanity's past through paleoanthropology. By studying these ancient remains, we gain valuable knowledge about our shared heritage and better comprehend the complexities of human existence. This thought-provoking image is not only visually striking but also sparks curiosity about our origins and encourages contemplation on how we have evolved over time. As we gaze upon this piece, let it serve as a reminder that every step forward is built upon countless steps taken by those who came before

MADE IN THE UK
Safe Shipping with 30 Day Money Back Guarantee

FREE PERSONALISATION*
We are proud to offer a range of customisation features including Personalised Captions, Color Filters and Picture Zoom Tools

SECURE PAYMENTS
We happily accept a wide range of payment options so you can pay for the things you need in the way that is most convenient for you

* Options may vary by product and licensing agreement. Zoomed Pictures can be adjusted in the Basket.



redeem
Beautiful Photo Prints and Gifts
image
Professionally Printed
inventory
Photo Prints are in stock
thumb_up
Professional quality finish
diamond
Made with high-grade materials
inventory_2
Carefully packed to aid safe arrival



Related Images


Neanderthal Man
Neanderthal Man
Piltdown man reconstructed
Piltdown man reconstructed
Australopithecus afarensis, artwork
Australopithecus afarensis, artwork
Fossil molar of Nebraska man
Fossil molar of Nebraska man
Neanderthal Man
Neanderthal Man
Truganini, last surviving female Tasmanian Aboiginal
Truganini, last surviving female Tasmanian Aboiginal
Homo erectus skull
Homo erectus skull
Peking Man A new link in human evolution
Peking Man A new link in human evolution
Lascaux II cave painting replica C013 / 7378
Lascaux II cave painting replica C013 / 7378
Homo erectus cranium C013 / 6552
Homo erectus cranium C013 / 6552
Australopithecus and the Rhodesian Man
Australopithecus and the Rhodesian Man
Geologists at Piltdown
Geologists at Piltdown

+

Shipping

+

Choices

+

Reviews

+

Guaranteed