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    Frank Frazetta - Tarzan and Dum-Dum Illustration Original Art (c. 1950s). The feverish ecstasy of the "Dum-Dum" (or dance of the great apes) from the Tarzan novels is studied and sketched by the modern master of fantasy art, Frazetta. The energy and life on this page is astounding! Created in ink on sketch paper with an image area of 7.5" x 7". The page is moderately toned, and has light edge wear. Signed in the upper left, and in Very Good condition.

    More Information: EDIT:  Changed to reflect year of c. 1950s.

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    March, 2020
    5th-8th Thursday-Sunday
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