Guy Carleton Wiggins earned a fine reputation in the 1920s for his city snow scenes, often painted from the windows of offices in Manhattan. His Washington's Birthday (1930, New Britain Museum) expresses the feeling of snow quietly hushing the bustling city street. In her American Art Review article of December, 1977, Adrienne L. Walt said of Wiggins that "his resolution was to constantly emphasize color, elevating it above all else and achieving luminosity through it...." 30" x 25"
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