‘Medallion Wall Hanging,’ printed and painted by Walter Anderson, is a linoleum block print on linen from around 1945. It is part of the ‘Atomic Alternatives’ exhibition at the Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs.
‘Medallion Wall Hanging,’ printed and painted by Walter Anderson, is a linoleum block print on linen from around 1945. It is part of the ‘Atomic Alternatives’ exhibition at the Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs. Tammy Smith tmsmith@sunherald.com
‘Medallion Wall Hanging,’ printed and painted by Walter Anderson, is a linoleum block print on linen from around 1945. It is part of the ‘Atomic Alternatives’ exhibition at the Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs. Tammy Smith tmsmith@sunherald.com

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