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Paul Brown


Author : M. L. Biscotti
language : en
Publisher: Derrydale Press
Release Date : 2010-04-16


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Paul Brown is the definitive book on an artist who is widely regarded as the preeminent American illustrator of equestrian subjects. Based on extensive interviews with Brown's family, friends, and artistic contemporaries, Paul Brown includes a biography of the man and contains a complete listing of all the published works that include Brown's art as well as listings of all of Brown's prints, items sometimes attributed to Brown, and methods of identifying first editions of Paul Brown's art. Although Brown is primarily known for his wonderful paintings, drawings and sketches of horses and equestrian sports, he is also well known for his elegant and prolific illustrations for Brooks Brothers catalogs over three decades.

The Forum


Author : David Paul Brown
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1856


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The Victorian Football Miscellany


Author : Paul Brown
language : en
Publisher: Superelastic
Release Date : 2013-05-29


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The Victorian Football Miscellany is a quirky and fascinating collection of trivia, facts and anecdotes from football’s earliest years. Delve into an absorbing world of ox-bladder balls, baggy-kneed knickerbockers and outstanding moustaches, and read remarkable tales of the first ever cup final, the invention of the shinpad, the evolution of dribbling, the first own goal and a seemingly-invincible penalty-taking elephant. Other entries cover the foundation of the Football Association, the development of the Laws of the Game and the origins of football’s most popular clubs. Packed with stories, profiles and lists, this is an indispensable guide to the colourful and unusual world of 19th century football.

Circus School


Author : Paul Brown
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1946


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Paul Brown


Author : George Cantor
language : en
Publisher: Triumph Books (IL)
Release Date : 2008


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A first full-length biography of the legendary head coach of the Cleveland Browns examines in absorbing detail Paul Brown's rise from obscure high school football coach to NFL Hall of Famer and illuminates the influence he had on the development of the game.

Draw Horses


Author : Paul Brown
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1949


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Mercenaries To Conquerors


Author : Paul Brown
language : en
Publisher: Pen and Sword
Release Date : 2016-10-14


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When a band of Norman adventurers arrived in southern Italy to fight in the Lombard insurrections against the Byzantine empire in the early 1000s, few would have predicted that within a generation these men would have seized control of Apulia, Calabria and Sicily. How did they make such extraordinary gains and then consolidate their power? Paul Brown, in this thoroughly researched and absorbing study, seeks to answer these questions and throw light onto the Norman conquests across the Mediterranean. Throughout he focuses on the military side of their progress, as they advanced from mercenaries to conquerors, then crusaders. The story of the campaigns they undertook in Italy, Sicily, the Balkans and the Near East reveals their remarkable talent for war. The dominant role played by a succession of Norman leaders is a key theme of the narrative – a line of ambitious and ruthless soldiers that ran from Robert Guiscard and Bohemond to Roger II and Tancred.