William Quigley

  Male      American      Artist

  Born : Apr 29, 1961  

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William Quigley (born April 29, 1961) is an American painter from Pennsylvania. William Quigley graduated from the Philadelphia College of Art in Pennsylvania in 1984. He also studied abroad at the Tyler School of Art in Italy for one year before enrolling at the University of Pennsylvania in 1984 to study Political Science. In 1985 he entered Columbia University Graduate School of Fine Arts in New York City for his MFA and opened for Andy Warhol at the McNeil Gallery for the Images of a Child's World exhibition.

William Quigley has traveled extensively creating and exhibiting all over the World. After completing a BFA program at Philadelphia College of Art, studied sculpture, painting and printmaking at Tyler School of Art in Rome, followed by a continued study of political science and art at University of Pennsylvania. His first career show was June 1985, less than a year out of Undergraduate school at the infamous Henry McNeil Gallery in Philadelphia. Showing in the back room of Andy Warhol's exhibit prior to his shocking death in 1987...

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