ABOUT VICTORIA HUTSON HUNTLEY

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Victoria Hutson Huntley

1900-1971

Victoria Hutson Huntley was born Victoria Ebbles in Hasbrouck Heights New Jersey in 1900. She studied at the New York School of Fine and Applied Art, and the Art Students League. At the League she studied with George Bridgman, George Luks, John Sloan and Max Weber. She married William Hutson in the early 1920's, they separated in the late 1920’s. She married Ralph Huntley in 1933 and they remained together until her death in 1971. Her lithographs can be found signed Victoria Ebbles, Victoria E. Hutson, Victoria Hutson and Victoria Hutson Huntley. She won numerous awards for her lithographic work including the Art Institute Of Chicago in 1930, and the Philadelphia Print Club in 1933. She is a noted printmaker producing over 85 images throughout her career. Subjects vary from urban images to country scenes, in the late 1940’s she began a group of images of Florida including many great images of the Everglades and the animals that lived in that area.

WORKS BY HUNTLEY VICTORIA