From his studio window in Manhattan, Guy C. Wiggins could look down Madison Avenue and see the Metropolitan Life Tower which, in 1912, was the tallest building in the world. The design of the elegant Met Life Tower was based on St. Mark’s Campanile in Venice.
Guy Carleton Wiggins (February 23, 1883 – April 25, 1962) Early Years Guy Carlton Wiggins was born in Brooklyn in 1883. His father, landscape painter John Carlton Wiggins, encouraged his son to paint as early as age four. The family traveled to England during Wiggins early years and eventually returned to New York. Wiggins studied [...]