The Anderson Collection at Stanford University contains 121 works by 86 artists rangingfrom Willem de Kooning to Joan Mitchell, Jackson Pollock to Wayne Thiebaud. The collection is anchored in the work of the New York School and incorporates key modern and contemporary artists, collected in depth and across media.
he collection is a gift from Harry W. "Hunk" and Mary Margaret "Moo" Anderson and their daughter, Mary Patricia "Putter" Anderson Pence, the Bay Area family who collected the art for nearly 50 years.
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