Dark Kingdom

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This giclée showcases Frank Frazetta’s “Dark Kingdom” painting (1976), which originally served as the cover art for Karl Edward Wagner’s book “Dark Crusade” published by Warner Books in 1976. The artwork later gained further recognition when it was featured on the album cover of Molly Hatchet’s “Flirtin’ with Disaster,” released in 1979.

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Description

Introducing our limited edition giclée artwork, reproduced from the original masterpiece by Frank Frazetta himself. Created in collaboration with Frazetta’s descendants, this remarkable piece captures the iconic “Dark Kingdom” painting that holds a significant place in Frazetta’s legacy.

Using high-quality archival inks on 100% Certified Organic Cotton Canvas, we’ve ensured that every intricate detail and vibrant color of the artwork is faithfully preserved.

With only 75 copies available worldwide, this exclusive limited edition features a plate signature engraved in gold on the Passepartout.

Originally titled “Dark Kingdom,” this painting made its debut as the cover art for Karl Edward Wagner’s 1976 novel, “Dark Crusade.” It later gained further recognition when it graced the cover of Molly Hatchet’s acclaimed album, “Flirtin’ With Disaster,” released in 1979. Frazetta’s artwork became synonymous with Molly Hatchet, with this piece being one of three magnificent paintings featured across their albums.

With its timeless appeal, “Dark Kingdom” remains a popular attraction at the Frazetta Museum and has been included in numerous anthologies dedicated to the artist’s extraordinary body of work.

As one of Frazetta’s most iconic and widely reproduced paintings, this masterpiece is a must-have for any collector or admirer of Frazetta’s unparalleled talent.

Author

  • Frazetta worked for various comic book companies, including Standard Comics and Magazine Enterprises. In the early 1950s, Frazetta transitioned to doing science fiction and fantasy art, particularly in collaboration with Al Williamson, producing exceptional work for EC Comics. Frazetta's talent and versatility were further highlighted when he contributed to Al Capp's "Li'l Abner" strip and worked on movie posters, notably "What's New Pussycat?" His fame reached new heights with his iconic Conan the Barbarian series of paintings, leading to widespread recognition in the fantasy art genre creating his own characters such as Death Dealer, who gained him recognition as one of the greatest illustration masters of all times.

Additional information

Weight1 kg
Product Size on Canvas

50×40 cm Fine Art Giclée, 60×40 cm Artist Proof

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