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An example of Mandalorian cubism

"The Mandalorian cubist style went thou [sic] a popularity resurgence during the Clone Wars."
―Sabine Wren writes about the style in her journal[src]

Mandalorian cubism was an art movement from the planet Mandalore which underwent a popularity resurgence during the Clone Wars between the Galactic Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems. One composition in the style was displayed at one stage in the Mandalorian Art Gallery. During her time on board the starship Ghost, the Mandalorian artist Sabine Wren wrote about Mandalorian cubism and praised the art piece which had be displayed in the gallery, although she was angered by the fact that individuals in power had used the image to promote war, while she believed the piece was supposed to condemn it.[1]

In his lair on Dathomir, Maul notably kept a stolen cubist painting of Duchess Satine Kryze, whom he had killed in the Clone Wars.[2]

Behind the scenes[]

Mandalorian cubism first appeared in "The Mandalore Plot," the twelfth episode in Season Two of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series.[3] However, it was first identified as such in Sabine My Rebel Sketchbook, a reference book written by Daniel Wallace and released in 2015.[1]



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