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ISBN:157806600X
Author: Patricia Pinson,Colin Eisler,Susan C. Larsen,Christopher Maurer,Francis V. O'Connor,Mary Anderson Pickard,Ernest Pinson,Linda Crocker Simmons,Walter Inglis Anderson
ISBN13: 978-1578066001
Title: The Art of Walter Anderson
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Language: English
Category: History and Criticism
Publisher: Univ Pr of Mississippi; First Edition edition (December 1, 2003)
Pages: 272

The Art of Walter Anderson by Patricia Pinson,Colin Eisler,Susan C. Larsen,Christopher Maurer,Francis V. O'Connor,Mary Anderson Pickard,Ernest Pinson,Linda Crocker Simmons,Walter Inglis Anderson



Anderson, Walter Inglis, 1903-1965. Publication, Distribution, et. Jackson, Miss. University Press of Mississippi, (c)2003. Projected Publication Date: 0309. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

The Art of Walter Anderson Walter Inglis Anderson, Colin Eisler (contributor), Susan C. Larsen (contributor), Christopher Maurer (contributor), Francis V. O'Connor (contributor), Mary Anderson Pickard (contributor), Ernest Pinson (contributor), Patricia Pinson (Ed., Linda Crocker Simmons (contributor) University Press of Missis F Art, 2003

A Symphony of Animals by. Walter Inglis Anderson, Mary Anderson Pickard (Introduction)., Linda Crocker Simmons (contributor) University Press of Missis F Art, 2003. com/author/Mary+Anderson Pickard. htm last update: 12/25/2018.

Walter Inglis Anderson (September 29, 1903 – November 30, 1965) was an American painter and writer. Known to his family as Bob, he was born in New Orleans to George Walter Anderson, a grain broker, and Annette McConnell Anderson, member of a prominent New Orleans family, who had studied art at Newcomb College. She absorbed the ideals of the American Arts and Crafts movement and encouraged her children work in the arts.

The Horn Island Logs of Walter Inglis Anderson (Mississippi Art Series) by Walter Inglis Anderson. The Art of Walter Anderson - Google Books In his sixty-two years Walter Anderson was stupendously productive. Larsen, Christopher Maurer, Francis . .In his sixty-two years Walter Anderson was stupendously productive.

The Horn Island Logs of Walter Inglis Anderson (Mississippi Art Series). Walter Inglis Anderson. Form and Fantasy: The Block Prints of Walter Anderson. Mary Anderson Pickard. I purchased this book in 2004 after the big Anderson exhibit came through Memphis. As a sometime Mississippian, I gave his alphabet block prints to my wedding attendants and my child had a Walter Anderson nursery. Now, in 2007, I am especially glad to have this since Hurricane Katrina devastated Ocean Springs and the Anderson family's repository of his work. The New Orleans Museum of Art, Mississippi Museum of Art, and collectors still have many of the pieces, but for me, this book is a record of many pieces that I'll never be able to see again.

The Walter Anderson Museum of Art opened in Ocean Springs in 1991. In the photo below, John Anderson, youngest son of Walter Anderson, surveys the destroyed property and art work. Photo by Paul F. Jacobs. The book The Horn Island Logs Of Walter Inglis Anderson contains the thoughts and experiences of Walter Anderson during his frequent stays on Horn Island. It is sort of a way of getting into his head during the most known of part of his life. Through the book you can see a transformation in his attitude towards his role on Horn Island. A Painter’s Hurricanes by Christopher Maurer is essay for NPR after Katrina. The Art of Walter Inglis Anderson: Centennial Exhibit at Smithsonian Honors Gulf Coast Genius by Liane Hansen. Information about book Form and Fantasy: The Block Prints of Walter Anderson.

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One of the South's great artists is highlighted here, honoring him on the centennial of his birth with contributions from art historians, curators, and many others, probing the mysteries of his work. (Fine Arts)
Reviews: 6
Malarad
Fabulous artist and terrific book. The minute the book arrived we opened it and sat on the couch looking/reading and before we knew it two hours had gone by. The art of Walter Anderson captures you and pulls you into his world. It is a great place to be.
WOGY
I purchased this book in 2004 after the big Anderson exhibit came through Memphis. As a sometime Mississippian, I gave his alphabet block prints to my wedding attendants and my child had a Walter Anderson nursery. Now, in 2007, I am especially glad to have this since Hurricane Katrina devastated Ocean Springs and the Anderson family's repository of his work. The New Orleans Museum of Art, Mississippi Museum of Art, and collectors still have many of the pieces, but for me, this book is a record of many pieces that I'll never be able to see again.
Fenritaur
Disappointed! The artist most popular work is not showed.
Jwalextell
Excellent book. Condition/arrival date as promised. Thank you!
Pooker
The copy was like new, as advertised. It arrived promptly.
Gela
This full size book is yet another wonderful addition to the growing body of literature on this naturalist and classically-trained artist from the Gulf Coast. The large size allows nice display of many of his paintings, drawings, and other pieces. The essays are a good introduction to his life and contributions. Those who love nature and are fascinated by the relationship of people and wild things will treasure Anderson. If this is your first contact, your next stop will be the Anderson Museum in Ocean Springs, MS -- and bring your camping gear and binocs because you're going to want to go to Horn Island (now part of Gulf Islands National Seashore) and see it for yourself.