When Frank Brown died in April of 2000, only he knew the scope and quantity of the art work in the house he occupied for forty-five years, thirty of those with William Campbell, who died in 1985. The two men had been together for thirty-nine years, and Campbell left all that was his to Frank Brown. After Brown died, and their house was cleared, 793 of their paintings were discovered -- with the possibility of still more being found. This catalogue hopes to give the paintings a context in the lives of the two men, fiercely private, committed to their art and to each other. They left precious few documents and papers, and those were gleaned for insights and leads. Also, the editor and his wife knew the two men, first as landlords, since 1972, but really knew very little about them, their pasts, their families, their other friends. Yet it was their decision to leave all that was theirs to us. Now, on the eve of their grand Victorian home being prepared for sale for the first time since 1955, this catalogue is being completed. All involved hope the readers find it worthy of their time and attention.