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    Frank Frazetta - Sketchbook Illustration Original Art (c. 1950s). Three sides of Frank Frazetta all on one page! The Roman Centurion has a bit of Frazetta's goofy, comical art style that served him well when he assisted Al Capp on Li'l Abner. The top right headshot shows his slick 1940-50s era glam artwork. It maybe just a head shot, but it's got that va-va-voom to it! Lastly, the bottom right is more in line with his classical beauty work... elegant, delicate, and simply lovely. This page is a Frazetta treasure-trove sure to be the prize of someone's collection soon! Created in ink on 8" x 10" paper. The page is toned with slightly chipped edges. Signed in the lower right. In Very Good condition.

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    May, 2018
    10th-12th Thursday-Saturday
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