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Name  Carleton Wiggins

Died  1932
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Education  National Academy Museum and School

Winter in new york paintings by guy carleton wiggins

Carleton Wiggins NA (1848–1932) was an American landscape and cattle painter. He was born in Orange County, New York, and studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and with George Inness, and in Paris, and settled in New York. His landscapes were executed in broad flowing lines, with a rich low-toned color scheme, and often contain cattle, solidly and realistically portrayed.


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Carleton Wiggins Guy Carleton Wiggins NA 18831962 Columbus Circle New York

He was born in 1848. Wiggins frequented the Old Lyme Art Colony along with his son, painter Guy Carleton Wiggins, and was elected to the National Academy of Design in 1906. He died in 1932.


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  • "Young Holstein Bull" (Metropolitan Museum, New York)
  • "Cattle in Pond" (Brooklyn Museum)
  • "Sheep and Landscape" (Brooklyn Museum)
  • "Lake and Mountains" (Art Institute, Chicago)
  • "Moonrise on the Lake" (Art Institute, Chicago)
  • "October" (Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington)
  • "Evening after a Shower" (National Gallery, Washington)
  • "The Plow Horse" (Lotos Club, New York)
  • References

    Carleton Wiggins Wikipedia

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