“I am fortunate enough to have seen sights no other artist ever has” Bean says. He was born March 15, 1932, in Wheeler, Tex.

Author: Topic: WTB: Alan Bean's "Mother Earth" giclee: JLR1 Member . Captain Bean creates his original works of art using a unique technique. By:Alan Bean. About a quarter of a million miles off. “The Moon itself was a foreboding place when viewed from orbit, mostly gray with stark, angular mountains and deep, rough canyons and craters. Alan Bean Twelve people have walked on the moon. Born in 1932 in Wheeler, Texas and in 1950, Alan was selected for an NROTC scholarship at the University of Texas at Austin. Alan was commissioned an ensign in the United States Navy in 1955.

“I am fortunate enough to have seen sights no other artist ever has” Bean says. Toll-free 1-877-444-0777 or 1-440-354-7002. Alan Bean explains the story behind the painting as follows: "The planet Earth seems a long way off, because it is.

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Born in 1932 in Wheeler, Texas and in 1950, Alan was selected for an NROTC scholarship at the University of Texas at Austin. Captain Bean creates his original works of art using a unique technique. Alan Bean, a NASA astronaut who journeyed into space two times and, as part of the Apollo 12 mission in 1969, became the fourth man to walk on the moon, died May 26 at a hospital in Houston. Alan Bean - Mother Earth - This is one of more than 50,000 works of art offered by ArtUSA, The World's Source for Collectible Art. Astronaut Artist Alan Bean presents the first paintings of another world by an artist who was actually there, including moon dust and bits of Apollo spacecraft. Toll-free 1-877-444-0777 or 1-440-354-7002. The Art of Alan Bean - This and more can be found among the 50,000 works of art offered by ArtUSA, The World's Source for Collectible Art. From the Moon, the Earth appeared as a beautiful blue-and-white marble with occasional small orange areas, which were deserts. Alan Bean, who became the fourth man to walk on the moon and turned to painting years later to tell the story of NASA’s Apollo missions as they began receding into history, died on … By:Alan Bean. ALAN BEAN - Mother Earth “The planet Earth seemed a long way off in this scene,” says Alan Bean, “because it was—about a quarter of a million miles, in fact. From the Moon, the Earth appeared as a beautiful blue-and-white marble. ALAN BEAN We represent the entire collection of Alan Bean.

Only one was an explorer artist, Alan Bean—Apollo XII astronaut, commander of Skylab II and artist. What marketing strategies does Farmequipforsale use? The girls were neighbors and friends … Mother Earth. Alan was commissioned an ensign in the United States Navy in 1955. Born in 1932 in Wheeler, Texas and in 1950, Alan was selected for an NROTC scholarship at the University of Texas at Austin. What marketing strategies does Wenaha use? Godspeed, Alan Bean March 15, 1932 - … From the Moon, the Earth appeared as a beautiful blue-and-white marble with occasional small orange areas, which were deserts. Falling to Earth: An Apollo 15 Astronaut's Journey to the Moon - Duration: 58:06. Alan Bean Signed Limited Edition, #25/125, "Mother Earth" Giclée Canvas. … MOTHER EARTH #122/125.