Images of B. canadensis these days tend to borrow from Leonardo's remains often. Csotonyi's two paintings of the death of Leonardo are excellent examples
We're lucky enough to see Leonardo himself as well
and an earlier find, Elvis, is no slouch either.
The Judith River Institute has also housed others, like Peanut:
Their other finds, Rosie, Giffen, and Ralph, haven't had their pictures taken yet. The completeness of these skeletons, as mentioned yesterday, is doing a lot for helping the study of these animals.