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The Death of Manolete

The Death of Manolete

The Death of Manolete (ISBN10: 0978738918; ISBN13: 9780978738914)
ISBN13: 978-0978738914
ISBN10: 0978738918
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Little Moose Press
Published: 09/28/2007
International: No

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Montecito CA, USA. 2006 FIRST PB Collectible Signed by Author/Artist FINE. Paperback. SIGNED by acclaimed AUTHOR/ARTIST on half title page with Barnady hand drawn full page styled black-pen and red- moresharpie illustration of a bleeding matador and dead bull in a corrida. Barnaby Conrad (born March 27, 1922) is an American artist and author. He attended the Univ North Carolina, and studied painting at the University of Mexico, where he also became interested in bullfighting. After being injured in the bullring, he graduated from Yale University in 1943. Conrad was American Vice Consul to Seville, M?laga, and Barcelona from 1943 to 1946. While in Spain, he studied bullfighting with Juan Belmonte, Manolete, and Carlos Arruza. In 1945 he appeared on the same program with Belmonte and was awarded the ears of the bull. He is the only American to have fought in Spain, Mexico, and Peru. In 1947, he worked as secretary to famed novelist Sinclair Lewis. John Steinbeck chose Conrad's "Matador" as his favorite book of th less
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