Master's Elite Collection- Reign of Wizardry
FRAZETTA MUSEUM MASTER'S COLLECTION
The Frazetta Master's Collection is the the epitome of reproduction in the art world. These recreations are of the original artwork which hang on the walls of the Frazetta Art Museum to be viewed by the world. Each edition is produced with ultra-quality artist stretch canvas with high resolution production, emulating the original masterful colors of the world famous art created by Frank Frazetta. These high quality reproductions capture the quality of the original by preserving its wonderful depth of color, subtle textures, and mysterious artistic presence. Each reproduction is a joy to behold and captures much of the thrill of standing before a Frazetta original. Every reproduction is inspected by Frank Frazetta Jr to ensure that the quality of each piece is accurate to the original artwork itself. Brush strokes are applied to each individual piece by Frank Frazetta Jr in order to capture the image of the original artwork for realism, making them indistinguishable from the originals. Each replication is set within an imported ornate hardwood museum quality frame and ready to be proudly displayed in your home or office. Each edition includes a certificate of authenticity that is signed and dated in accordance to the title and number. Other features include a ready to hang pre-attached museum grade picture wire on the reverse. Take it out of the box and hang it on the wall!
Pictures were taken inside the Frazetta Museum using in-house lighting- no use of special lighting equipment or touch-up software.
The Master's Elite Collection images are hand-touched by Frank Frazetta Jr to ensure complete color and texture reproduction. Reproduction numbers are also extremely limited.
This specific piece by Frazetta is titled "Reign of Wizardry". Though published quite some time ago, this version has never been seen before except in the recent museum opening- Ellie Frazetta had never displayed it during her time due to extreme feelings associated with this piece. The original hung in Frazetta's home studio, where he had the chance to touch it up (which you can notice he did while he was left-handed). This painting was most likely influenced by his love for the story "The Divine Comedy", also known as "Dante's Inferno". The original now hangs proudly on his easel in the museum.