Wiggins, Guy C.(American, 1883-1962)
An American artist who painted in an impressionistic style painted many urban scenes, and is especially known for scenes featuring snowfall. Wiggins was trained at the Old Lyme Colony in the American Northeast, being greatly influenced by the Old Lyme style of Impressionism. Wiggins opened the Guy Wiggins Art School in Lyme, Connecticut during the Great Depression. At least one of Wiggins’ paintings was given to the Art Institute of Chicago by collector Paul Schulze. Paintings have been exhibited at the St. Louis City Art Museum in 1943 and a reproduction of one of Wiggins paintings graced the Christmas card of the Greater North Michigan Avenue Association in 1957.
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