A Distant Celebration: Rendering Honors/Planting Our Colors by Alan Bean is a spectacular tribute to the 40th Anniversary of man’s first walk on the moon.
Artist extraordinaire and Apollo Astronaut Alan Bean was the subject of a one-man show at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum where they had the privilege of featuring forty of Bean’s original drawings and paintings from July 16, 2009 until January 13, 2010. The display was a tremendous sight to see, and it attracted viewers from all over the country.
In 2009, Smithsonian Books published “Painting Apollo: First Artist on Another World,” to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Immediately afterwards, the Greenwich Workshop produced this limited Collectors Edition diptych and signed, slipcased book.
This collector’s edition is a must have for every Alan Bean collector — waste no time, and order yours today!
The COLLECTOR’S EDITION includes the following:
“A Distant Celebration” Diptych
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvases:
(left:) “Rendering Honors” 13″ x 16″ initialed by artist (right:) “Planting Our Colors” 13″ x 16″
Plus the slip-cased book “Painting Apollo: First Artist on Another World”
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