Need Help w/ Value: Frank Brunner Signed Prints
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Post Posted: Fri May 12, 2006 7:01 pm 
 

I have recently come upon 2 prints signed by Frank Brunner. I'd post pics, but they're too big for my scanner and my digital cam has run out of battery juice.

They're both of Conan. The first, which looks more like a comic book poster than a print and is printed landscape rather than portrait, has Conan on the right side fighting tentacles coming from a red ball of energy. One of the tentacles has a blonde, naked woman in its grasp, and there is some kind of sorcerer on a ledge who is apaarently controlling the tentacles. Conan has a helm and an eye patch over his left eye. This print is signed and numbered at the lower right corner of the print. (71/100)

The second looks more like an art print and is printed in portrait format. It has Conan riding a horse with a sword in his left hand, and a spear in his right hand with a shield attached to his right forearm. There is an Arabian style castle in the left background, and the firey image of a horned skull in the upper right background in the sky. There is a printed signature an '76 on the lower left of the print, with Brunner's signature and '77 right above it in pen. At the lower right hand corner, there is "Golden Graphics, Inc. All Rights Reserved" printed in black.

Thanx in advance for any help.


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Post Posted: Sun May 14, 2006 5:57 pm 
 

I've seen Brunner's Alice in Wonderland print sets/portfolios go for up to $60 each, but they have 6-10-ish images in each portfolio; I have no idea about the Conan stuff, but you might check his web site http://www.frankbrunner.net/index2.htm and then dig around to see if the images are stand-alones or were excerpted from portfolio sets.


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