William J. Dickerson

(1904-1972)     William Dickerson was born in El Dorado, Kansas, in 1904.  Known as a figure and landscape painter, printmaker, and educator, his career included instructorship at and graduation from the Art Institute of Chicago and 38 years as Director of the Wichita Art Association. Dickerson was also a leader in the development of professional art groups such as the Prairie Print Makers and the Prairie Watercolor Society. He was the Last Great Kansas Regionalist and received many honors, awards, exhibitions, and commissions during his career. He was a member of Prairie Print Makers; Prairie Water Color Painters; Wichita Artist Guild; Kansas Oil Painters; Society of Canadian Painters, Etchers and Engravers; Kansas State Federation of Art.

Church at Canyoncito

Ranch Houses, New Mexico

Sheds and Barn

Cottonwood Grove

Untitled (Trees)

Untitled (Adobe/Winter)

Sand Hole

Farmhouse with Two Trees

New Mexico

Road Through the Canyon - SOLD

Valley at Rinconada - SOLD

Untitled (Barn)

Untitled Nude

Cottonwood Grove

Untitled Tree

Pitching Horseshoes

Tired Ballet Dancer

Farmer in the Wheat Field

The Red Cliffs

Still Life

Shade Tree

Pasture Road

Mountain Cabin

Untitled (Yard and Public Buildings)

Back of the Yards