The artist worked in a variety of mediums, including books, comics, and album covers, but was perhaps best known for his paintings of Robert E. Howard’s Conan. After the death of his beloved wife, Frank moved to Florida, away from his museum in the Poconos. Thankfully, the feud in the Frazetta family over contol of his artwork, culminating in his son Frank Jr.’s break-in at the Frazetta museum, was resolved late last month, with the family agreeing to work together. The influential, 82-year-old artist will be missed by legions of adoring fans around the world.
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Posted originally: 2010-05-10 12:51:49