(1875 - 1949)
Eben Farrington Comins was active/lived in Massachusetts, California. Eben Comins is known for portrait, landscape, religious, genre.
Biography Eben Comins
Eben Comins taught for thirty years or more at the St. Paul School of Fine Arts, Wellesley College, the Swain School of Design in New Bedford, and for ten years in his own former studio in Boston. He received a gold medal at the Panama Exposition in 1915, for his contribution to the teaching of art. The methods that he used, gained from his experiences as a pupil and a teacher, have been presented in books.
Comins was born in Boston, where he studies at Harvard. He exhibited in the Paris Salon and widely in the United States. His scope was vast, including landscape, a series of genre "Commentaries on American Life," and fresco painting in the old manner. He perpetuated American youth as engaged in World War I. Comins had a firm found
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