Walter Anderson's numerous watercolor paintings defy any descriptive or stylistic category. They are creatively vibrant, poignant, expressive and uniquely real, such is the case with "Autumn Leaves," which the artist painted in 1960. Water Color and graphite on typing paper; 11 x 8.5 in.
|Courtesy of||New Orleans Museum of Art|
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