The Walter Anderson Museum of Art is a small museum devoted to the art of Walter Inglis Anderson, a contemporary American artist who lived on the Gulf Coast for the majority of his life. Anderson worked in a variety of media including oil, watercolor, pen and ink, pencil, ceramics, and linoleum.
Our collection features the pencil drawings, pen and ink drawings, and a selection of watercolors from the museum's permanent collection.
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