Everett Raymond Kinstler illustrative career began as a comic book and "pulp" magazine artist when he was 16. Though he illustrated numerous covers and interiors for magazines, including western, romance, crime, mystery and war, he only illustrated one Shadow story -- "The White Skulls."
Being a teenage protégé of James Montgomery, Kinstler later became one of the foremost portrait artists in the United States, having painted hundreds of portraits of leading figures in business, entertainment and government, including official portraits of Presidents Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan.
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