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Picards painting

Picard's painting

Proto-Vulcan is a Vulcan art movement.

In 2366, Jean-Luc Picard painted a picture that was inspired by, amongst others, the proto-Vulcan art movement. Lieutenant Commander Data, who was not too fond of the picture, stated that while "suggesting the free treatment of form usually attributed to Fauvism", the painter "quite inappropriately attempted to juxtapose the disparate cubistic styles of Picasso and Léger. In addition, the use of color suggested a haphazard melange of clashing styles." Furthermore, Data was not too happy with "the unsettling overtones of proto-Vulcan influences." (TNG: "A Matter of Perspective")

Clash on the Fire Plains is an example of proto-Vulcan literature. When Tuvok was unconscious due to an attack by the mysterious Ba'neth, Neelix decided to recite the complete drama for the Vulcan, performing all twenty three parts himself. (VOY: "Riddles")

See also: Proto-Vulcan humanoid

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