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Alan Bean - My Brother, Jim Irwin - Limited Edition Canvas - $275
Alan Bean - Savoring The Moment
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Signed By Alan Bean

This small but beautiful limited edition canvas shows a close-up of Apollo 15 Lunar Module Pilot, Jim Irwin on the Lunar Surface close to Hadley Rille, capturing photographs on his 70mm Hasselblad Camera. Jim was Alan Bean's Backup on Apollo 12, and Bean has named this print, "My Brother, Jim Irwin" because Jim would often say 'I hope to see you again, brother" whenever he parted ways with Bean after NASA

Image size: 12"w x 15"h
Edition Size:100
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Alan Bean - Savoring The Moment - Limited Edition Canvas - $395
Alan Bean - Savoring The Moment
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Signed By Alan Bean

Apollo 17’s Jack Schmitt takes a moment to let the significance of his lunar exploration sink in. He knows this spot hasn’t changed much over the last three billion years. Now there are signs of visitors from another place: footprints, part of a spaceship, an abandoned car, a flag. Jack contemplates how these traces will remain just as they are for at least the next three billion years or so.

Image size: 27"w x 18"h
Edition Size:80
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Alan Bean - First Men - Buzz Aldrin - Masterworks Canvas - $995
Alan Bean - First Men Aldrin
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Masterworks Canvas Edition

Signed By Alan Bean

Armstrong's iconic photo of Aldrin is arguably the most recognized picture ever taken. Bean chose the moment on July 20, 1969 when Armstrong took Aldrin's picture as the setting. Aficionados have long recognized that Neil can actually be seen as a reflection in Buzz's helmet.

A Masterworks Canvas Edition

Image size: 30"w x 40"h
Edition Size:75
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Alan Bean - First Men - Buzz Aldrin - Limited Edition Print - $295
Alan Bean - First Men Aldrin
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Signed By Alan Bean

Armstrong's iconic photo of Aldrin is arguably the most recognized picture ever taken. Bean chose the moment on July 20, 1969 when Armstrong took Aldrin's picture as the setting. Aficionados have long recognized that Neil can actually be seen as a reflection in Buzz's helmet.

Limited Edition Print

(This is a companion print to the Armstrong print below)

Image size: 20 1/2"w x 28"h
Edition Size:200
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Alan Bean - First Men - Neil Armstrong - Limited Edition Print - $295
Alan Bean - First Men Armstrong
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Signed By Alan Bean

“I think this painting is exactly how Astronaut Neil Armstrong looked as he took the now-iconic photo of his lunar companion, Buzz Aldrin,” says the artist. “It is the image we would see in Buzz’s gold visor in my painting First Men-Edwin E. “Buzz” Aldrin - if we could look close enough.”

(This is a companion print to the Aldrin print above)

Limited Edition Print

Image size: 20 1/2"w x 28"h
Edition Size:200
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Alan Bean - Fast Times on the Ocean of Storms - Limited Edition Print - $295
Alan Bean - Fast Times on the Ocean of Storms
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Signed By Alan Bean

“I painted myself almost flying over the surface of the moon,” says artist Alan Bean. “Running on the moon isn’t like running on earth, mostly because the pull of gravity is only one-sixth of what we feel down here. I was light on my feet, much as I expected. When I pushed off with one foot, there was a long pause before I landed on the other foot, like running in slow motion. I could feel my leg muscles completely relax as I glided along to the next stop. I seemed to float just above the surface."

Image size: 28"w x 22"h
Edition Size:100
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Alan Bean - Beyond A Young Boys Dream - Limited Edition Canvas - $395
Alan Bean - Beyond A Young Boys Dream
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Signed By Alan Bean

“When I was a boy, I dreamed of flying airplanes and I built models from balsa wood,” says artist Alan Bean. “By the time I was in high school, model airplanes of all shapes and sizes were hanging by thin wires from the ceiling of my room. Airplanes were the last things I would see before falling asleep at night. I dreamed of flying higher than the highest cloud and faster than the fastest wind. As I grew older, the dream grew stronger. It followed me as I completed flight training, became a jet pilot flying off aircraft carriers and when, as a test pilot and then as an astronaut, I trained to rocket to the Moon

Image size: 21"w x 14"h
Edition Size:125
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Alan Bean - John Young Leaps into History - Limited Edition Print - $295
Alan Bean - John Young Leaps into History
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Signed By Alan Bean

“John has jumped straight up about 3 feet or so. On Earth, this would have been impossible because John weighs 160 pounds and the suit and the backpack weigh 150 pounds, but on the Moon everything (including John) weighed only one-sixth as much. Someday there will be athletic contests on the Moon, maybe even Solar System Olympics and many astonishing records will be set.”

Image size: 17"w x 22"h
Edition Size:150
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Alan Bean - Is Anyone Out There? - $295
Alan Bean - Is Anyone Out There?
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Signed By Alan Bean

Since we first walked erect, it has been a conviction of mankind that in some fashion, someone, something, has inhabited the heavens. The Space Race itself was as political as it was strategic, yet at its soul, what captured the hearts and minds of the world at large was the possibility of coming one step closer to answering the question stirring within us all for millennia “Is anyone out there?” more info

A Fine Art Paper Giclée Limited Edition

October 2005

Image size: 22"w x 16 1/2"h - Edition Size:244
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Alan Bean - The Eagle Is Heading Home - Limited Edition Canvas - $495
Alan Bean - The Eagle Is Heading Home
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Signed By Alan Bean

Lunar Module Eagle has just made the first lunar liftoff. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin are ascending from Tranquility Base to transfer themselves and their treasure of moon rocks to the command module and head for home.

"On the Apollo 12 mission, I recall looking out the window during lift-off and seeing a ring of bright orange, silver and black flashes of light expanding rapidly outward, glints from pieces of metal-foil insulation blasted from the descent stage by the ascent engine."

Image size: 24"w x 16"h
Edition Size:150
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Right Stuff Field Geologists - $495
Alan Bean - Right Stuff Field Geologists
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Signed by Alan Bean and co-signed by Gene Cernan And Harrison Schmitt

The Apollo program was not only about getting to the moon and back, but making the best possible scientific observations once there. "Do we take test pilots and teach them geology or do we take geologists and teach them to fly?" was the question.
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A LIMITED EDITION PRINT

April 2001

Image size: 25 1/4"w x 16 1/2"h - Edition Size:550
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Reaching for the Stars - $2,200
Alan Bean - Reaching for the Stars
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Signed By 24 Astronauts

In his book Apollo: An Eyewitness Account, Alan Bean says of Reaching for the Stars, "In one sense this is a painting of a universal astronaut, symbolizing everyone who flew in Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, Skylab, and Apollo-Soyuz.

Signed by 24 Astronauts: Alan Shepard, John Glenn, Scott Carpenter, Wally Schirra, Gordon Cooper, Walt Cunningham, Rusty Schweikart, James McDivitt, James Lovell, Buzz Aldrin, Alan Bean, Pete Conrad, Dick Gordon, Edgar Mitchell, Fred Haise, Charles Duke, Alfred Worden, Paul Weitz, Owen Garriott, Jack Lousma, Bill Pogue, Jerry Carr, Ed Gibson and Tom Stafford
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A LIMITED EDITION CANVAS

April 2001

Image size: 27.375"w x 34.375"h. - Edition Size:1500
USA Buyers Only: $2,200.00

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Conrad, Gordon, Bean The Fantasy - $385
Alan Bean - Conrad, Gordon, Bean The Fantasy
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Signed by Alan Bean and Co Signed by Pete Conrad and Richard Gordon

Pete Conrad, Dick Gordon and I were assigned by head astronaut Deke Slayton as the backup crew for Apollo 9. This was super news because this meant we would fly three missions subsequent and make one of the first Moon landings.
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A LIMITED EDITION PRINT

April 1993

Overall size: 26.5"w x 25.125"h. Edition Size:1000
USA Buyers Only: $385.00

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HEAVENLY REFLECTIONS - $275
Alan Bean Heavenly Reflections
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Signed by Alan Bean and Pete Conrad

I have painted Pete Conrad and myself 239,000 miles from Earth, standing on the Ocean of Storms, looking homeward. Pete and I had come a long way together.
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A LIMITED EDITION PRINT

April 1993

Overall size: 27"w x 21.25"h. Edition Size:850
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