December 17, 2003: From the Archives

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Paleoartist Charles Robert Knight (1874—1953) stands by one of his paintings during a 1949 exhibit in the former Natural History Museum in Guyot Hall. Best known for his detailed reconstructions of long-extinct animals, Knight exhibited his art in many major museums. Though Princeton’s Knight collection currently is in storage, some Guyot museum displays remain in the building’s biology and geology areas. Other artifacts, including saber-toothed and Bengal tiger skeletons, are in Frist Campus Center.