Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Concept O...
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DescriptionStar Trek: Deep Space Nine Concept Oil Painting of Ferengiar For Episode "Family Business" (Paramount TV, 1993-1999). Concept painting accomplished in oil on 32" x 20" brown paper. An atmospheric piece, artist Syd Dutton does an excellent job of communicating the contradictory nature of the planet with its obvious opulence and technical advancement juxtaposed so closely against a swampy, desolate back country where buildings resemble mushrooms or fungi. Signed by the artist.
From the script: "The capital city of the [Ferengi] home world rises out of the swamp, a series of dome-like structures pilled almost haphazardly one atop another."
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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