An Exhibition of Works from an Iconic Family of American Artists on View at the Salmagundi Club


NEW YORK, NY.- The Salmagundi Club, the oldest art club in the U.S., will present Wiggins, Wiggins & Wiggins: Three Generations of American Art, a rare multi-generational exhibition bringing together the works of one of America’s great art families. The works of (J.) Carleton Wiggins (1848-1932), Guy C. Wiggins (1883-1962) and Guy A. Wiggins (1920-present), will be on view through July 1. “I’m delighted to share my family’s love of art and of New York City in this exhibition,” says Guy A. Wiggins “The Salmagundi Club has been home to my family for generations, and it is only fitting that our works be shown here together.” Viewers can see how each critically-acclaimed artist built on the family sensibility, while carving out their own unique niche and interpretation of their times. Carleton’s atmospheric landscapes reflect the influence of the French Barbizon painters and the Hudson