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Astronaut Framed Print featuring the painting Men's Room by Scott Listfield

Frame

Top Mat

Top Mat

Bottom Mat

Bottom Mat

Dimensions

Image:

7.50" x 10.00"

Mat Border:

2.00"

Frame Width:

0.88"

Overall:

13.00" x 15.50"

 

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Men's Room Framed Print

Scott Listfield

by Scott Listfield

Small Image

$83.00

Product Details

Men's Room framed print by Scott Listfield.   Bring your print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Our framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

Design Details

Two astronauts in full space suits are standing in a tiled bathroom, giving the scene a surreal feel. One is at the sink, possibly washing hands,... more

Ships Within

3 - 4 business days

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Comments (459)

Chrisann Ellis

Chrisann Ellis 5 Days Ago

Congratulations on your recent sale!

William Hunton

William Hunton 12 Days Ago

This rings a bell. I was a Georgia Tech Cooperative Education student at NASA MFSC (Huntsville, AL) during the Apollo and Skylab projects, while on my work assignments. I was assigned to the engineering and mockup lab, and to the engineer designing the toilet unit for Skylab. The Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) - the "spacesuit", used on the moon including inner and outer layers and life support weighed about 180 pounds. Skylab's was similar. Before Skylab, human waste was collected in bags and "diapers". Engineering systems for human waste is one of the major challenges. This image is very, very funny to me.

Lucia Stewart

Lucia Stewart

Congratulations on your recent sale!

Row One Brand

Row One Brand

Congratulations on your sale, Scott! Great art! -Row One Brand

Rick Hansen

Rick Hansen

Congratulations on your sale!!

Barbara Donovan

Barbara Donovan

Congrats on your sale!

Masha Batkova

Masha Batkova

Congratulations on your sale!

Genevieve Esson

Genevieve Esson

Congrats on your sale!

Piter Van Moort

Piter Van Moort

Congratulations on your sale, Scott!

Yassine Essouaidi

Yassine Essouaidi

beautiful work ♥️♥️♥️♥️

Freedom X

Freedom X

This is very cool

Marco Sales

Marco Sales

Congratulations

Yassine Essouaidi

Yassine Essouaidi

Very nice

Andrea Hazel

Andrea Hazel

Congratulations

Michelle Siddiq

Michelle Siddiq

Amazing

Patricia Kraenzel

Patricia Kraenzel

congrats on your sell

Andrea Hazel

Andrea Hazel

Congratulations

Osvaldo Gonzalez Zamorano

Osvaldo Gonzalez Zamorano

Congratulations !

Andrea Hazel

Andrea Hazel

Congratulations

Martin Cline

Martin Cline

One of the best pointsofview...always a story within this work.

Piter Van Moort

Piter Van Moort

Congratulations on your sale, Scott!

Ukrainian Artists

Ukrainian Artists

Excellent! Congratulations on your sale, Scott!

Artist's Description

Two astronauts in full space suits are standing in a tiled bathroom, giving the scene a surreal feel. One is at the sink, possibly washing hands, while the other is facing away from the viewer, possibly in line for the sink, creating a juxtaposition of mundane activity with the extraordinary occupation of the figures.

About Scott Listfield

Scott Listfield

I paint astronauts and, sometimes, dinosaurs. Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey was released in 1968, which was about 8 years before I was born, so I have no firsthand knowledge of how it was received. I do not know if people genuinely believed we'd be living in space in 2001. If we'd have robot butlers and flying cars, geodesic lunar homes with sustainable gardens, and genetically reconstituted dinosaurs helping or eating the human population. But from Lost in Space to the Jetsons to Jurassic Park, it seems that popular culture craved and fomented this space-age perception of the future. Generations raised on these programs, movies, comic books, and novels are now grown and living in a future filled with mini vans, Starbucks,...

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