Some of Impressionist painter Guy Wiggins’ best-known works depict the streets and landmarks of New York City. While the artist painted landscapes and landscapes from locations in Manhattan and beyond, Wiggins’ former home was in Connecticut.
Now on the market for $825,000, Wiggins’ former home at 401 Hamburg Road in Lyme was built around 1764, and the artist and his father – artist Carleton Wiggins – lived there for around 17 years from around 1920, according to the information provided. by William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty. A member of the Former Lyme Art ColonyWiggins was part of a community of artists working in Florence Griswold’s home in Old Lyme and was inspired by the New England countryside as they painted en plein air.