“Venera 14 on Venus” by James Hervat. You can buy a print of this painting from his website. I ought to do that someday. All I did was save the sample image and Photoshop out the watermark.
The Soviet Union made seven successful landings on Venus between 1970 and 1981, the latest being the Venera 14. All their landers looked like hats. If I’m ever a director, I want to make a scene transition where a shot of a Venera probe dissolves to a shot of someone wearing a hat. American Venus landers, by contrast, looked like Darth Maul’s probe droids. Only one was successful, the Pioneer Venus Day Probe in 1978.
I saw this painting, or a very similar one, in a book when I was little. I remember feeling sad when my mother told me the lander melted.