Anderson’s early professional years present a seemingly diverse range of visual imagery. Within the selection presented here there are three different media represented - each with dissimilar subject matter. These images represent the “groundwork,” the development of a young artist who is trying out his legs as a professional artist. The results of this time period are seen in the images from the periods that follow.
Walter Inglis Anderson
C. 1930
Courtesy of Shearwater Pottery
Androcles and the Lion
Walter Inglis Anderson
C. 1930
Oil on Board
Courtesy of the Family of Walter Anderson
Adam and Eve beneath the Tree of Life
Walter Inglis Anderson
C. 1937
Pencil on Paper
Courtesy of Mary Anderson Pickard
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