William Quigley is active/lives in New York, California. William Quigley is known for sports figure and celebrity portrait painting.
William Quigley has been called "a cultural catalyst" and one of the most influential contemporary artists of our time. Due to his global art presence and widespread philanthropy, he was honored in 2007 and named by VH1 as Visual Artist of the Year.
Henry McNeil, owner of McNeil Gallery in Philadelphia, launched the artist's career 30 years ago by placing and selling three of Quigley's paintings in the same show with Andy Warhol's "Images of a Child's World" exhibit in 1985. It was one of Warhol's last shows before his death in February 1987.
Quigley moved to New York in 1986 to attend Columbia University's MFA Program and continued painting full-time out of his SOHO art studio while trading work with such artist ... Displaying 750 of 2526 characters.