John Carleton Wiggins
John Carleton Wiggins (1848-1932) studied with noted American landscape painter George Inness before studying in France from 1880-1881. He is best known for his pastoral scenes with grazing sheep and cattle. He lived in Old Lyme, Connecticut and is connected with a group of artists painting there in the early twentieth century. His son, Guy C. Wiggins (1883-1962), and grandson, Guy A. Wiggins (1921- ), have also achieved fame for their paintings.