(1877 - 1954)
Alfred Heber Hutty was active/lived in New York, South Carolina, Michigan. Alfred Hutty is known for street-landscape and genre painting, etching.
A leading figure in the Charleston Renaissance group of artists, active between 1915 and 1940, who stirred national artist through their widely distributed illustrations of life in the historic city, Alfred Hutty worked for Tiffany Studios and lived in Woodstock, New York.
He came to Charleston looking for a warm climate to spend the winter, and from 1920 to 1924 directed the school of the Carolina Art Association at the Gibbes Art Gallery. A regular summer resident until his death in 1954, he was also one of the founding members of the Charleston Etchers' Club.
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. In fact ... Displaying 750 of 8552 characters.