|Clone Wars Painting|
Copies of an old art work called Clone Wars Painting were available in the galaxy at some point after the Battle of Yavin during the Galactic Civil War. It depicted the helmet-covered face of a clone trooper—one of the many soldiers of the Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars—in phase I clone trooper armor; behind the off-center trooper was a landscape that featured an orange mountain range and sky. The original painting was commissioned by the Ithorian scientist and doctor Farnsworth, who rewarded it to a spacer that helped him recover survey data from markers placed around the planet Kashyyyk. A copy of the painting was rewarded to a spacer after they killed twelve snorbals, a species of the planet Lok, at the challenge of the Rodian hunter Qakkee.
Behind the scenesEdit
The painting of a clone trooper appeared in the 2003 video game Star Wars Galaxies by Sony Online Entertainment prior to it's closure on December 15, 2011. It was added to the game in 2005 as part of the Rage of the Wookiees expansion pack as one of the many new quest rewards. The painting was specifically a reward from a part of the long chain of quests known collectively as the "Clone Relics" and from the "Collecting Survey Data" quest. It was named simply "Clone Wars Painting" in the game, a name it shares with a similar painting of General Grievous.