Thursday, December 10, 2009
Mark F. of BoingBoing reports:
"Police report that Alfonso Frank Frazetta (above) was caught red handed stealing 90 of his famous father's paintings. They said he and an accomplice had broken into the Frank Frazetta museum in rural Pennsylvania and were loading the paintings, worth $20 million, into a trailer.
Alfonso, 52, told the police his father had instructed him to "enter the museum by any means necessary to move all the paintings to a storage facility." But Frazetta, who is 81 and was in Florida at the time of the alleged theft said he did not give his son permission to remove the paintings from the museum."
Above article on BoingBoing.
More to the story:
Pocono Record: Son arrested, Family Feud, Frazetta's art legacy,
Pike County Press
Daily Telegraph, UK.
Art Knowledge News
Posted by James Gurney at Thursday, December 10, 2009