by Pamela Lee
Apollo 12 landed on the Moon in November of 1969, just four short months after the very first lunar landing mission, Apollo 11. Lunar module pilot Alan Bean is holding a soil sample container, that is reflected in his gold-tinted visor, along with mission commander Pete Conrad, who is taking a picture of Bean.
Edition of 10 only.
This is a "gallery wrapped" canvas, which needs no frame, because the canvas is stretched behind, stapled in place on the back, and the sides are then painted black. A hanging wire is installed, and it's ready to hang. Signed and numbered by the artist.
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