Enos Benjamin Comstock
(1879 - 1945)
Enos Benjamin Comstock was active/lived in New Jersey, Wisconsin. Enos Comstock is known for illustrator-western genre.
Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Enos Comstock became a painter, writer, and illustrator. He was married to artist Frances Comstock.
Comstock was a student of John Vanderpoel and Frederick Freer at the Art Institute of Chicago and subsequently was an illustrator for Boy Scout publications and for school books and wrote and illustrated children's books including "Tuck-Me-In-Stories", "Fairy Frolics", "She and Allan", and "When Mother Lets Us Tell Stories".
Peggy and Harold Samuels, "Encyclopedia of Artists of the American West"
Glenn Opitz, "Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters", etc.