Ladies of Battlestar Galactica Poster Set
- Portraits of the women of the Colonial fleet
- In the style of famous painters
- 4 prints, each 18" x 24", satin-finish paper
Many, many people were on board the Battlestar Galactica and her fleet of ships. 50,298, or maybe 49,998 depending on who's counting. It's only logical to assume that the fleet had its share of the artistically talented, either artists in their own right or Viper repair techs who just happened to be handy with a paintbrush too. And there's no shortage of subjects worthy of being immortalized: the powerful, the loving, the inspiring, and the drop-dead sexy.
In our case, the artist-on-board is Megan Lara. (You may remember her from her awesome Firefly Nouveau posters.) The Ladies of Battlestar Galactica are created in the style acclaimed masters. Dramatic illumination is the name of the game in the portrait of Kara "Starbuck" Thrace, inspired by Polish painter Tamara de Lempicka. The warmth of a mother's love is seen in the portrait of Sharon "Athena" Agathon, in the style of Austrian painter Gustav Klimt. Laura Roslin positively glows as she holds the Book of Pythia in a portrait that takes its photo-realistic style from French painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau. And finally, Lara channels John Singer Sargent's portrait of Madame X for her rendition of the sexy Cylon, Number Six.
Each print is 18" x 24" and printed on 100-pound satin-finish paper. They look great as is, but if you want to start your own Twelve Colonies Art Gallery, we recommend framing them to make them really shine as works of art.
- Portraits of BSG's leading ladies, done in the style of famous artists
- Created by the amazing artist Megan Lara
- Starbuck, in the style of Tamara de Lempicka
- Boomer, in the style of Gustav Klimt
- Laura Roslin, in the style of William-Adolphe Bouguereau
- Number Six, in the style of John Singer Sargent
- Materials: Printed on 100-pound, satin-finish paper
- Dimensions: Each poster is 18" x 24"