The Ocean of Storms, Apollo Photographs (portfolio) by Alan Bean
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Portfolio of six gelatin silver prints, interleaved with glassine and housed in an archival folio with gilt-lettering, and a mounted photographic reproduction on the front cover
Each print signed and titled, in ink, au recto; dated and editioned, in pencil, with artist stamp, in ink, au verso
Portfolio includes a colophon, printed in ink, loose in the folio
Printed in 2001
Edition of 10 (#1/10)
Alan Bean (American; 1932-2018) was the fourth person to walk on the moon. During the 1969 Apollo 12 moon landing, Bean used a Hasselblad camera to take photographs of the lunar landscape. These photographs are counted among the most important visual records of that mission and continue to inspire and fascinate the public.
50 Years Ago, Americans Made the Second Moon Landing... Why Doesn't Anyone Remember? - NPR, 2019