Guy Carleton Wiggins  (American, 1883-1962) 

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Guy Carleton Wiggins, Winter, Trees & Snow-Cloaked Ground

 

Guy Carleton Wiggins
Winter, Trees & Snow-Cloaked Ground
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Guy Carleton Wiggins, North East Wind, Snow Storm, New York

 

Guy Carleton Wiggins
North East Wind, Snow Storm, New York
Questroyal Fine Art, LLC
Guy Carleton Wiggins, Washington Square, New York

 

Guy Carleton Wiggins
Washington Square, New York
Mark Murray Fine Paintings
Guy Carleton Wiggins, Morning Gloucester

 

Guy Carleton Wiggins
Morning Gloucester
1915

MME Fine Art, LLC
Guy Carleton Wiggins, Midtown Storm

 

Guy Carleton Wiggins
Midtown Storm
MME Fine Art, LLC
Guy Carleton Wiggins, Park Avenue Winter

 

Guy Carleton Wiggins
Park Avenue Winter
circa 1932-1936

Robert Funk Fine Art
Guy Carleton Wiggins, At Herald Square

 

Guy Carleton Wiggins
At Herald Square
A.J. Kollar Fine Paintings, LLC
Guy Carleton Wiggins, At the Library, Winter

 

Guy Carleton Wiggins
At the Library, Winter
MacConnal-Mason Gallery
Guy Carleton Wiggins, Madison Avenue – Winter

 

Guy Carleton Wiggins
Madison Avenue – Winter
Joan Whalen Fine Art
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Guy Carleton Wiggins, Winter at Madison Square

 

Guy Carleton Wiggins
Winter at Madison Square, 1945
oil on canvas

 

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Guy Carleton Wiggins, Wall Street

 

Guy Carleton Wiggins
Wall Street
oil on canvasboard

 

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Guy Carleton Wiggins, Morning, Gloucester

 

Guy Carleton Wiggins
Morning, Gloucester
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1883   Born Brooklyn, NY
1919   Elected to a full membership at the National Academy of Design
1937   Established a year round art school, the Guy Wiggins Art School, in Essex, Connecticut
1962   Died while on vacation in Florida, and is buried in Old Lyme, Connecticut
  Studied Architecture & Drawing, Polytechnic Inst. Brooklyn, NY
  Summer Home Old Lyme, CT
  Recipient of the Turnbull Prize
  Wiggins was the son of the prominent painter, Carleton Wiggins. He began painting at an early age with the instruction of his father. He attended the National Academy of Design, where he studied with William Merritt Chase and Robert Henri. Wiggins quickly received recognition. By the time he was twenty, he had a painting in the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

He was a member of the Salmagundi Club, the Lotos Club, the Kit Kat Club, the New Haven Paint and Clay Club, the National Arts Club, and the Lyme Art Association. From 1927 through the 1930's, Wiggins was the President of the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts.

Included among the many awards that Wiggins received was the prestigious Norman Waite Harris Bronze Medal from the Art Institute of Chicago. In 1917, 1918, 1926, 1931, and 1933, he won a prize from the Rhode Island School of Design; and in 1916 and 1919, he received awards from the Salmagundi Club.

His paintings are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art, the Brooklyn Institute of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Reading Museum, the Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts, and the Wadsworth Athenaeum, among many others.