Frogs, Bugs and Flowers
Artist Walter Inglis Anderson created this 64 by 48 cm. watercolor painting entitled "Frogs, bugs and flowers" in 1945. Anderson's key concept of "realization" was the idea that it was the duty of the artist to reveal the underlying order in nature.
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