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Frank Frazetta final photo, 1928-2010

Artist: Frank Frazetta (All)

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Frank Frazetta final photo, 1928-2010 Comic Art
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Title: Frank Frazetta final photo, 1928-2010
Artist: Frank Frazetta (All)
Media Type: Photograph
Art Type: Interior Page
For Sale Status: NFS
Views: 7,098
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Comments: 35
Added to Site: 5/10/2010
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Frank Frazetta, the most renowned fantasy illustrator of the 20th century whose stunning and energetic images influenced a generation, died this afternoon at a hospital near his home in Boca Grande, Florida. He was 82.

The cause of death was a stroke.

Photo by Heidi Frazetta Grabin, May, 2010, during the final week of Frank's life.


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Brett B wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
May he rest in peace....
Posted on 5/10/2010

Kevin Warzecha wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
The first artist of any kind that I ever knew by appearance or recognized by name.
Posted on 5/10/2010

Tom B. wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
A master of every medium he worked in, he elevated comics to fine art like no other artist. The man and his powerful work will be sorely missed.
Posted on 5/10/2010

Ben Bressel wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
RIP Master Frazetta!
Posted on 5/10/2010

Brad Burch wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Almost like he's charting his course with that viewfinder. Thanks Rob.
Posted on 5/10/2010

C Moore wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Rob, thank you for the notice and for your tireless efforts in supporting Frazetta. A passing of a favorite of mine and, without doubt, the worlds. The mans influence and footprint in the world of illustration and fine art will be never forgotten.
Posted on 5/10/2010

Alex K. wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
RIP Mr. F. I hope you're in Ellie's arms once again.
Posted on 5/10/2010

Parker Jluc wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Rest in peace....à un de ces jours Frank.
Posted on 5/10/2010

Carlos DS wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
An incredible talent who is already missed. rest in peace Mr frazetta .
Posted on 5/10/2010

Thomas V wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
: (
Posted on 5/10/2010

Rob  Pistella wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Artist Jeffrey Jones wrote this to me today: "I first saw Frank's Famous Funnies, Buck Rogers comic covers when I was a kid. They meant so much to me that I never saw Science Fiction any other way. Then I saw his book covers while in college--I was so blown away by them that I decided to become an illustrator. When I learned of his death today, I thought the world would stop...but it goes on."
Posted on 5/10/2010

Ken Fries wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Beautiful photo Rob, thanks for allowing us a little more access into the life of a man we all admire. Gonna go watch the Painting With Fire DVD...
Posted on 5/10/2010

Rich Cirillo wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
I am stunned by Frank's passing. My dream was to one day meet this legendary man, and I came close a few years ago visiting the museum. I am sure that he is happy to be reunited with Ellie once again in eternity! God Bless you Frank and thank you for all the inspiration you gave to all of us!
Posted on 5/10/2010

Brian Monroe wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
the best fantasy artist of all time. there will never be another like him. i never got to meet him, but i've wanted to for a long time. his art has been a source of inspiration and wonder to me and my own work ever since i first laid eyes on it. at least he is with Ellie now.
Posted on 5/10/2010

The  Comic Coffin™ wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
I still cannot believe Frank is no longer with us. I have been in shock all day and there is a genuine sadness that I cannot seem to quell. But I realize that Frank lives on through his work and that will endure forever. I've had the good fortune of meeting Frank, Ellie and the rest of the family on several occasions and it was an experience that I'll never forget. Those of you who were lucky enough to see the Frazetta Museum in person know what a magical place that was. As great as seeing his artwork reproduced is, there was absolutely nothing like standing a few inches away from the originals. Thanks Frank for all the past, present and future inspiration. You are without question, the greatest artist ever.
Posted on 5/10/2010

SEAN PATTY wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Beautiful photograph..... Frazetta will not be forgotten in our time.
Posted on 5/10/2010

Patrick Kochanek, MD wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
A great loss but an even greater Legacy PK
Posted on 5/10/2010

Myron  Tay wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Thanks for all the beautiful images you have given us, Frank!
Posted on 5/10/2010

Ken R wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Frank's passion for capturing moments in time clearly stayed with him until the end, and most certainly transcended far beyond his paintings or drawings. This photo is how I will remember him always! Thx for this.
Posted on 5/10/2010

Enrico Salvini wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Frank Frazetta was one of those people one thought would never die. And he probably never will, thanks to all the art he left behind...
Godspeed, Frank!
Posted on 5/11/2010

Roy Mann wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Posted on 5/11/2010

Eric Callen wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
R.I.P. So many memories about Frank's art. Still have my "Art of Frank Frazetta" books from back in the day along with some prints I found in a Record store in the town where I went to college. I even remember pinning the soundtrack of Clint Eastwood's "The Gauntlet" to my wall. This news makes me very sad, indeed. Never did get a chance to got to museum...
Posted on 5/11/2010

Gerald Walker wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Frazetta was a game changer, his personal vision affecting generations- thanks for your work, Frank. Gerald Walker
Posted on 5/11/2010

Joe Gonzalez wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
The world lost a true talent, but his family lost a great man. Best wishes to the Frazetta family. Frank's art will continue to inspire for ages to come.
Posted on 5/11/2010

Fredo Le wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
RIP Master Frazetta. You have touched the truth all your artistic life and now you know it.
Posted on 5/12/2010

Stephen Fishler wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
So sad to know that all that talent is gone forever.
Posted on 5/12/2010

Damon Bader wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
He gave us all so much. Artists who's style doesnt even resemble Frazetta are better for being exposed and enlightened by his work. What a great gift he gave to the art world during his run. Rest in piece to a true modern master.
Posted on 5/12/2010

Xavier CP wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Rob,great words of Jeffrey Jones about Frazetta...and such a true words!!! You have choose the right photo for the farewell of Master Frazetta:He watching the infinity of the ocean through the eye of a photo camera,one of his favourite entertainments,like wondering what will be next step!!! His art and legacy will remain among us forever...and i will never forget the great person he was!!!God bless him.R.I.P.
Posted on 5/13/2010

Enrico Niederberger wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
rest in peace !
Posted on 5/13/2010

Neil  Hill wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
You gave us some of the best art this medium (or any artistic medium for that matter) has ever seen. Thank you so very much. R.I.P., Frank.
Posted on 5/13/2010

Ema niak wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Thank you Master, we'll never forget you
Posted on 5/13/2010

Wattana . wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
One of a Kind. Peace
Posted on 5/14/2010

Mark Howland wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
If your last week on this rock includes sitting on a FL beach, with a camera, photographing a sunset or the water or a shore bird or a pretty girl, that's not a bad way to go, when all is said and done.
Posted on 11/11/2010

Paul Lonsdale wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Emotional. Sad, that's how this photo makes me feel. Passing of a Great.
Posted on 12/4/2010

marioneTTe Bisley wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Se puede decir que fue la ultima foto del Maestro u__u
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