Star Trek: The Next Generation/
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DescriptionStar Trek: The Next Generation/Deep Space Nine Matte Painting of Turkana IV and T'Lai III For Episodes "Legacy" and "Armageddon Game" (Paramount TV, 1987-1999). Matte painting accomplished in mixed media on 96" x 48". Masonite, flush with pine frame. Painted by Syd Dutton.
For the episode "Legacy" (1990) this painting established a surface view of the remains of the Turkana IV colony and structures long destroyed by years of civil war. It appeared later in the Deep Space Nine episode "Armageddon Game" (1994) as an establishing shot accompanying a miniature for T'Lani III. Dan Curry, visual effects supervisor for much of the Star Trek franchise, profiles this painting's use in "Legacy" for his book Star Trek: The Artistry of Dan Curry.
In Very Good Plus condition with exhibiting expected production wear, minor scuffing, possible corner bumping and soiling. COA from Heritage Auctions.
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