Derain is best known for being a founder of Fauvism, along with Henri Matisse. He also was involved in the brief post- Great War return to classicalism by modernists, but beyond that point, he didn't involve himself with later movements such as Dada and Surrealism, and so far as I know never did abstract painting.
For some information regarding his career, go here.
Due the the lack of a strong Derain style, I cannot guarantee that all the paintings below are his or that they are correctly dated. I had to rely on captions for them found on the Web in a more naïve manner than I prefer.
A strongly painted still-life not far removed from some Hans Hofmann abstractions of 60 years later.
A fairly naturalistic scene with a few hints of Fauvist coloration.
Fauvist portrait of a fauvist.
Fauvist cityscape. Parliament towers are the green stuff above the bridge.
Assuming this is by Derain (no visible signature), this seems to be about as close to Cubism as he could manage.
Hints of Cubist faceting here.
A example of his postwar return to representational art, though there is a little modenrst-inspired simplification.
Probably Derain's best-known non-fauvist work. Distortion of some proportions and perspective.
Continuing towards 1930 with a few modernist whiffs.
Flatness and simplification creep in here as well as in some other paintings from around this time.
But not in this landscape painted a few years later.
This is one of very few post- World War 2 Derain paintings I noticed on the Internet.