Frank Frazetta, renowned for sci-fi and fantasy art, dies at 82
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Pioneering fantasy artist Frank Frazetta died Monday morning at a hospital in Fort Myers, Fla., his manager said. He was 82.
Manager Rob Pistella said Frazetta died Monday, a day after suffering a stroke. He said Frazetta had been out to dinner with his daughters Sunday before falling ill.
Frazetta is renowned for his sci-fi and fantasy art. He created covers and illustrations for more than 150 books and comic books, including Conan the Barbarian and Tarzan.
Daughter Heidi Frazetta Grabin said she was hopeful that a dispute among siblings over their father’s artwork had been resolved through recent negotiations.
Son Frank Frazetta was charged in December with using a backhoe to break into the artist’s museum in the Poconos and trying to remove dozens of paintings.
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-- Associated Press