Guy Carleton Wiggins, ‘The Circle, New York City’, 1912-20, Godel & Co.

Signature: Signed and titled

About Guy Carleton Wiggins

Guy Carleton Wiggins, better known as Guy Wiggins, is the son of the renowned Barbizon School painter Carleton Wiggins. He demonstrated an aptitude for drawing at an early age, and initially intended to study architectural draftsmanship. While he would ultimately change his focus to painting, manmade structures became a central motif in his work throughout most of his career. Among his most iconic paintings are those featuring urban winter scenes, and New York City’s streets. Later in his life, Wiggins turned his attention to rendering delicate landscapes. He attended the National Academy of Design in New York, where his teachers included William Merritt Chase and Robert Henri. In the 1920s, he rallied with other young painters at the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts to develop a uniquely American form of French Impressionism.

American, 1883-1962

Group Shows

2014
MME Fine Art, 
New York,
Venetian Reflections: American Painters in Venice
2013
MME Fine Art, 
New York,
Town & Country: American Cityscape & Landscape Painting from 1860-Present
2012
MME Fine Art, 
New York,
Winter's Song: 19th and Early 20th Century American Snow-Filled Landscapes