Barbarian - Reflection

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Originally painted by Frank Frazetta in 1965, this image first appeared on Robert E. Howard’s paperback, "Conan The Adventurer." The Barbarian is one of many paintings that Frazetta used for the covers of the Conan series.

This work features a rare self portrait in pencil that transforms into the Barbarian. … (read more)

Originally painted by Frank Frazetta in 1965, this image first appeared on Robert E. Howard’s paperback, "Conan The Adventurer." The Barbarian is one of many paintings that Frazetta used for the covers of the Conan series.

This work features a rare self portrait in pencil that transforms into the Barbarian. Frank Frazetta was known for depicting himself in many of the characters he painted, but particularly the Barbarian.

Artwork © usage with permission by Frazetta Jr Enterprises, LLC in collaboration with The Knightsbridge.


Additional Details:
  • 1816 x 2724 px, Video (37.7 MB)
  • This is a signed and limited edition digital creation.
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Comments

Marcel Caram
2022/06/19

👏👏👏....

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The quality of the digital works is very interesting. the approach of the effects between light and shadow (light-dark)

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The quality of the digital works is very interesting. the approach of the effects between light and shadow (light-dark)

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Sabina Bano
2022/01/19

so amazing!! feeling like I am watching a movie. Love the concept. such a great piece! 🔥🔥

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Erich Caparas
2021/09/23

Love the transformation. Kudos to Frank and Dylan. Well done!

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Dylan Taylor
(owner)
2021/10/31

Thank you.

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VĀC
2021/06/14

Wow! Love that!

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Lovely portrait collection 🤩😍✨

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ETH Haring
(owner)
2021/04/30

One of the most iconic paintings by Frazetta, this is truly epic. Never did I think in my lifetime this would be a possibility.

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vertigo
2021/04/29

The legend!

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2021/04/28

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