oil on canvas
24” x 26”
signed lower left
Alfred Hutty (1877-1954)
Born/lived: He was born in Grandhaven, MI, lived in Charleston, SC and died in Woodstock, NY. Alfred Hutty worked for Tiffany Studios in Woodstock, NY.
Known: Alfred Hutty was a leading figure in the Charleston Renaissance group of artists who painted images of life in the historic city. He worked primarily in drypoint but also did paintings of non-romanticized scenes such as stooped figures in doorways and buildings in need of repair. He also did oil paintings of lush gardens and plantation scenes.
Studied: St. Louis School of Fine Arts and Art Students League.
Member: He was one of the founding members of the Charleston Etchers’ Club. He was a member of British Society of Graphic Arts; Print Society of England; Allied Artists of America; American Water Color Society; National Arts Club; Salmagundi Club; American Society of Etchers; California Print Makers; Southern Print Makers; Chicago Society of Etchers; Prairie Print Makers; Charleston Etcher’s Club.
Exhibited: He exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, 1918; Chicago Society of Etchers, 1924; National Academy of Design; American Watercolor Society.
Taught: From 1920 to 1924 he directed the school of the Carolina Art Association at the Gibbes Art Gallery.
|Artist First Name||Alfred|
|Artist Last Name||Hutty|
|Materials||oil on canvas|
|Markings||signed lower left|
|Size||24” x 26”|
|Comments||This painting is in excellent condition in a beautiful carved gold frame, also in excellent condition.|