oil on canvas
24” x 26”
signed lower left

Artist Biography

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.

Painting Features

Artist First Name Alfred
Artist Last Name Hutty
Artist's Dates (1877-1954)
Materials oil on canvas
Markings signed lower left
Size 24” x 26”
Price contact gallery
Comments This painting is in excellent condition in a beautiful carved gold frame, also in excellent condition.