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    Frank Frazetta - Original Preliminary Art for The Indomitable (undated). With their raw physical power and formidable weapons, Frank Frazetta's men are not someone you would want to meet in the street. This small, yet powerful, pencil and watercolor sketch is a preliminary for his painting, "The Indomitable", which was originally published in 1967 as the cover to "Conan the Warrior" by Robert E. Howard. This sketch measures approximately 4.5" x 4.5", a size not much larger than a cocktail napkin. Though small in stature, it's a gigantic demonstration of the pistons firing in Frazetta's creative mind, as he works through an idea from scratch. Signed by Frank Frazetta. Provenance: The Alexander Gallery.

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    August, 2003
    3rd Sunday
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