After posting this I realized it isn't that fantasy art has changed with the times - it's that the heroic fantasy movement was huge then and has subsided largely in favor of what would more properly just be called Fantasy art. Even though it often still involves weapons and fighting - so technically heroism - it often fails to be humanist in nature. Even then the other strain existed - there were artists doing elaborate clothing fantasies that happened to be set in medieval times or some other romantic setting so it crosses partially over the line into heroic fantasy. And I use the term to refer specifically to the movement led by Frazetta, a broader definition of it certainly can be used. My goal isn't to define terms but to explore ideas, and I'm using convenient terms that are familiar to me to do so. As soon as you start getting into definitions and splitting hairs you're thinking analytically and no longer synthetically - dissecting rather than exploring. Dissection kills what it seeks to examine.