Collection

The collection of the Walter Anderson Museum of Art is comprised of more than one thousand objects, with another thousand on long term loan from the Anderson family. The collection is primarily focused on the prodigious life's work of American master Walter Anderson, whose works includes drawings, watercolors, oil paintings, carvings, murals, and decorative arts.

Explore a digitized portion of the collection, hosted in partnership with the University of Southern Mississippi.

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Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), Horn Island at Sunset, 1960. Oil on Board. Collection of the Walter Anderson Museum of Art. Gift of Mary Anderson Pickard, given in memory of Mary Ruddiman.

 

Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), Little Room, South Wall, 1950-1965. House Paint. Collection of the Walter Anderson Museum of Art. Gift of the Family of Walter Anderson.

Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), The Swimmer, c. 1947. Carved Oak. Collection of the Family of Walter Anderson. 

Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), Blue Crabs, c. 1955. Watercolor on Paper. Collection of the Walter Anderson Museum of Art. Gift of the Friends of Walter Anderson. 

Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), Pair of Ducks, c. 1940. Pen and Ink. Collection of the Walter Anderson Museum of Art. Gift of the Friends of Walter Anderson. 

Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), Stokesia and Pine Lily, c. 1945. Linoleum Block Print and Watercolor. Collection of the Walter Anderson Museum of Art. Gift of Clifford and Nancy Young.

Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), Rooster Plate, Thrown by Peter Anderson, Decorated by Walter Anderson, c. 1955. Ceramic. Collection of the Walter Anderson Museum of Art.