William Rowell Derrick
A painter, born in San Francisco, CA in 1857, William Derrick studied in Paris with Leon Bonnat, Gustave Boulanger, and Jules Lefebvre during 1879-85.
Returning to California, he painted on the Monterey Peninsula in 1890. Settling in New York City, he remained there until his demise on Jan. 10, 1941.
National Academy of Design; National Art Club; Lotos Club; Chicago Art Guild.