William Carrigan (1868-1939) Watercolor View of Legion of Honor Building San Francisco P1360

One of a suite of three gorgeous watercolors (the others are P1361, and P1362).

36″ x 29 1/2″

Price on request,

William Carrigan

Landscape painter. Born in San Francisco, CA on Sept. 21, 1868. Carrigan studied art in his native city at the School of Design. After 1908 he lived in Falls Village, CT and NYC where he was a pupil of Emil Carlsen. During WWI he served as U.S. Consul in Lisbon, Portugal. Carrigan died in Lakeville, CT on Oct. 24, 1939. Member: ANA. Exh: San Francisco Art Association, 1905; Vickery, Atkins, & Torrey (SF), 1908; PPIE, 1915 (silver medal); PAFA, 1924; GGIE, 1939. & AAA 1919-33; WWAA

1936-39; SF Chronicle, 10-31-1939 (obit).