Carleton (J Carleton) Wiggins
(1848 - 1932)
Carleton (J. Carleton) Wiggins was active/lived in New York, Connecticut / France. Carleton Wiggins is known for Cattle and sheep in landscape painting.
John Carleton Wiggins was a pastoral landscape painter usually depicted with
flocks of sheep or herds of cattle. His birth name was John Carleton Wiggins, but he preferred not to use his first
name of John. He was born in Turner, Orange County,
New York 1848 and raised in Brooklyn where he attended public schools and studied with George Inness. Some biographies indicate he
studied at the National Academy of Design, but the Academy has no record of his attendance. However, their records do indicate that between 1866 to 1880, he exhibited at the Academy's annual exhibitions. In 1890, he was elected as an Associate member of the National Academy, and made an Academician in 1906.
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