Altra triste notizia: Ellie Frazetta, moglie, musa ispiratrice e modella di molte opere del Maestro Frank Frazetta, del quale ho parlato più volte in questo blog (facendo CLIC sul suo nome nel tag sotto il post dovrebbe comparire l’intero stock di articoli) è scomparsa recentemente.
Riporto un commento rinvenuto tra i commenti del bellissimo blog Golden Age Comic Book Stories, che illumina sul comportamento gentile e rispettoso del prossimo del grande Frank, ben disposto verso il prossimo anche nelle più terribili circostanze.
On Saturday the 18th, me, my wife and my mother-in-law were in East Stroudsburg, PA, on vacation from San Diego, CA for the purpose of visiting the Frazetta Museum. When we got there, we met another couple also there for that purpose, who broke the terrible news to us. While standing there talking, Frank Frazetta himself came out of his house, and insisted on showing us the museum, while waving away our condolences. However, he could not find the key, so he then invited us into his home! We were in Frazetta’s livingroom/studio, talking to The Master, and to his son, for more than an hour or so. It is a very good thing to know that someone who’s been your hero for all your life is truly a gracious, down to earth, humble and generous person in real life.
Our hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to him, his family and friends. Thanks also to you for the posting of so much of his work, and this post in particular, of his beloved and beautiful wife, Ellie.