Frank Frazetta self-portraits


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Here are two self-portraits by the late, great Frank Frazetta, who has been the subject of a major outpouring of praise and affection since his death in Florida on monday. The first is an oil painting from 1962.

This second piece is a pen-and-ink drawing that was apparently made for an unpublished EC Comics project: -- Geoff Boucher



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ARTWORK: Frank Frazetta, the Frazetta Family and Lance Laspina