SOLD Columbus Circle, 1936

by Guy C. Wiggins (1883–1962)
Oil on canvas
25⅛ x 30 1/16 inches
Signed lower left: Guy Wiggins.; on verso: Columbus Circle / Guy Wiggins NA / 1936




Nicholas Woloshuk, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Misses Adeline and Caroline Wing, Bangor, Maine, acquired from above, ca. 1970s

Private collection, by descent from above

Sale, Sotheby’s Online, September 30, 2020, lot 60, from above

Related Work

Columbus Circle, Winter, 1911, oil on canvas, 33½ x 40¼ inches (sight size), signed and dated lower right: Guy Wiggins. 1911; Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC

Note: This painting has been authenticated by the artist’s son, Guy A. Wiggins.

Artist Biography

New York has always been my favorite subject, especially streets in snow storms.[1] —Guy C. Wiggins, 1948

By Nina Sangimino

I. Biography
II. Chronology
III. Collections
IV. Exhibitions
V. Memberships
VI. Notes
VII. Suggested Resources

I. Biography

Of the great family legacies in American art, Wiggins is definitely at the forefront. Carleton Wiggins studied with George Inness and painted landscapes with a Barbizon influence, and his grandson Guy A. Wiggins still paints both rural landscapes and urban city views. Yet the most well known of this clan is

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