Anna Botsford Comstock
(1854 - 1930)
Anna Botsford Comstock was active/lived in New York, California. Anna Comstock is known for illustrator-nature, wood engraver.
Biography Anna BotsfordComstock
Anna Comstock began drawing the insects for the books of her entomologist husband and became a famous wood engraver of insect subjects in such works as "Introduction to Entomology" (1888).
Her wide-ranging interests led her, later in life, to become the leading figure in the nature-study movement in American education, and the first woman professor at Cornell University.
(Information on the biography above is based on writing from the book, "American Women Artists", by Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein.)
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