Jane Frank has been a science fiction art collector for
over thirty years. Along with her husband Howard, their internationally praised
"Frank collection" has been featured in newspaper articles and Smithsonian
Institution tours and has been displayed in traveling exhibitions. Jane currently directs Worlds of Wonder gallery. Worlds of
Wonder has available the works of more than twenty-five of science fiction's leading
Jane wrote a series of articles about collecting and fantasy art for
Strange New Worlds in 1991 and 1992.
Articles by Jane Frank written for Strange New Worlds:
Is It Advertising or Is it Art? - You know what
you like, but do you know what to call it? N.C. Wyeth and Rockwell were once scorned as
"commercial" illustrators, but now their art is highly collectible.
Fantasy and Science Fiction Art Books by Jane Frank:
Frank Collection A legendary SF&F art collection,
containing the largest assortment of fantastic art in the world includes the most
celebrated names in the field: Earl Bergey, John Berkey, Chesley Bonestell, Margaret
Brundage, , Frank R. Paul, J.K. Potter, Boris Vallejo, and many
others. 112 pages (all in color). Hardcover.
Art of Richard Powers "I think
Richard Powers was one of the most original artists to enter the science fiction field,
which he shook up considerably ... I am happy to see this collection of Richard Powers's
outstanding work." Sir Arthur C. Clarke. Hardcover, 128 pages (all in
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