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Paul Brown

(1893 -  1958 )
BROWN paul First Time Round At Valentine's-hrand National

Brunk Auctions /Jul 12, 2014
1,102.70 - 1,837.83
2,206.80

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Paul Brown - Hoick! Hoick! Hoick!, Kennel Bound, Pressing Him And Music Ahead

Paul Brown - Hoick! Hoick! Hoick!, Kennel Bound, Pressing Him And Music Ahead

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Lot number: 779
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Paul Brown 1893-1960 HOICK! HOICK! HOICK!, KENNEL BOUND, PRESSING HIM AND MUSIC AHEAD: FOUR FOX HUNTING PRINTS each, signed Paul Brown in pencil lower right, numbered 250/50 lower left and inscribed lower center each, offset photolithographs each, plate: 10 by 23 in. 25.4 by 58.4 cm Published and Copyrighted by The Derrydale Press, New York in 1937. Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice
Paul Brown -  Misty Morn

Paul Brown - Misty Morn

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Lot number: 47
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Born in Mapleton, Minnesota, in 1893, Paul Brown soon moved to New York City with his family. At the age of 17, his family relocated again to Garden City on Long Island, where Brown had the opportunity to explore polo grounds, including Meadowbrook Polo Club, and horse shows such as Piping Rock. Fellow artist and close friend Milton Weiler (1910-1974) also lived in Garden City, where he headed the art department of the high school. Though Brown had little formal art training, he spent extensive amounts of time sketching, observing, and studying horses in motion and at rest. Upon graduating high school, Brown supported himself as an advertising and periodical illustrator, thus beginning his artistic career. Brown created fashion and sporting illustrations for Brooks Brothers, including equestrian scenes. He was very involved with "Polo" magazine, helping to launch it in 1927 and serving on its editorial board. One of Brown's horses graced the cover of "Time" magazine in March 1929, and in 1930 he was asked to produce a series of hand-colored aquatints of field sports such as steeplechasing and foxhunting for Eugene V. Connett III's Derrydale Press. Brown introduced Weiler to Connett, and Weiler went on to illustrate four books himself for Derrydale. In 1959, when Brown passed away, Weiler helped Paul's wife Sallie organize his estate. The friendship between the two artists is reflected in the inscribed books given from Brown to Weiler, sketch pad pages, and some fine paintings, including a large picture which was prominently displayed in the holiday window display of Brooks Brothers in New York City. As an artist, Brown was known for his quick and confident style as well as his spare use of color and occasional use of tinted paper. He was partial to pencil on paper and his simple lines convey his authority on the anatomy and behavior of horses. Recognized as one of the most accurate equestrian artists of his day, Brown's drawings, watercolors, and illustrations inspire collectors and horse lovers alike. Notes: signed "Paul Brown" and inscribed "Misty Morn" lower left Provenance: Milton C. Weiler Collection Descended in the Weiler family watercolor, 8 3/4 by 11 5/8 in. Paul Desmond Brown (1893-1958) watercolor, 8 3/4 by 11 5/8 in.
Paul Brown - Burning Scent

Paul Brown - Burning Scent

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Lot number: 513
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Paul Desmond Brown (1893-1958) Two Mixed Media Paintings "Burning Scent," 1953 signed and dated "Paul Brown '53" lower right watercolor, ink, and gouache, 9 1/2 by 16 in. "Checked," 1953 signed and dated "Paul Brown '53" lower left watercolor, ink, and gouache, 10 by 16 in.
Paul Brown - First Time Round At Valentine's-hrand National

Paul Brown - First Time Round At Valentine's-hrand National

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Lot number: 342
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Paul Brown (1893-1958) Description: (New York/Minnesota, 1893-1958)First Time Round at Valentine's-hrand National 1928, signed lower right "Paul Brown" and inscribed "Valentines' 1st Time, Aintree 1928" and inscribed across bottom from left to right: "May King -fell next jump 2nd round", "Great Span whose saddle turned next to last jump. Horse did not fall.", "Billy" (Billy Barton was ridden by T.B. Cullihan.), "Magnelonne fell next jump 2nd time around", "The Ace Fell next Jump", crayon and gouache on paper on card with Greatorex label, 19-3/8 x 29 in.; gilt wood frame, toning, some minor loss to gold powder on jockey's colors far left; frame with separations at corners, abrasions. Provenance: With Arthur Greatorex, Ltd., London; with The Newman Galleries, Philadelphia; purchased Saratoga Sporting Art Sale, August 11, 1996; The Estate of the late John and Martha Daniels, Camden, South Carolina Condition Report: toning, some minor loss to gold powder on jockey's colors far left; frame with separations at corners, abrasions
Paul Brown - Foxing, Toning, Laid Down

Paul Brown - Foxing, Toning, Laid Down

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Lot number: 640
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Paul Brown (New York, 1893-1958) Four equestrian prints: "The Goal" and "The Save", signed lower right in pencil "Paul Brown", 12-3/4 x 19-3/4 in. (plate), 20 x 25-7/8 in. (page), foxing, toning, laid down ; "On the Boards", signed lower left in pencil "Paul Brown", 12-3/4 x 19-3/4 in. (plate), 15-3/8 x 22 in. (page), hinged in; "Down the Field", 12-3/4 x 19-3/4 in. (plate), 15-1/4 x 21-5/8 in. (page), all New York, published and copyrighted 1930 by The Derrydale Press, 127 East 34th Street, Paul Brown, Del.; modern 20th century frames, frames with abrasions
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