William Louis Carrigan
(American, 1868 - 1939)
A landscape and still life painter, William Carrigan was born in San Francisco, California on September 21, 1868. Carrigan studied art in his native city at the School of Design. After 1908, he lived in Falls Village, Connecticut and New York City, where he was a pupil of Emil Carlsen. During World War One, he served as U.S. Consul in Lisbon, Portugal. William Louis Carrigan died in Lakeville, Connecticut on October 24, 1939. Member: ANA. Exh; SFAA, 1905; Vickery, Atkins and Torrey(S.F.), 1908; PPIE, 1915(silver medal); PAFA,1924; GGIE, 1939 and AAA, 1919-33;WWAA.
Name:William Louis Carrigan
Dates:1868 - 1939
Nationality:American
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