Victoria Hutson Huntley (1900 - 1971)
Lithographer and muralist Victoria Hutson Huntley grew up in New York City and studied at the New York School of Fine and Applied Art and at the Art Students League, where she studied with George Bridgman, John Sloan, Max Weber, and George Luks. She accepted an appointment as an Associate Professor of Fine Arts at the College of Industrial Arts in Denton, Texas during the time of her marriage to William Hutson. In 1934, she married Ralph Huntley and settled in West Cornwall, Connecticut. In succeeding years, commissions took her to a number of states as far west as Texas. Beginning in 1934, Huntley taught art a private school in New York City, and was resident artist at the Pomfret School in Pomfret, Connecticut. She was elected an Associate Academician at the National Academy of Design; her work is held by many institutions including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Whitney Museum, The New York Public Library, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Lithograph, 1946, edition of 250. Image size 12-5/8” x 9½” with full margins. Published by Associated American Artists, New York. Signed by the artist in lower right corner. Fine overall condition.
Vermont Covered Bridge
Lithograph, 1946; edition of 250. Image size 11-7/8” x 8-3/4”; sheet size 15-7/8” x 12”. Signed and dated in pencil by the artist in the lower margin. Very good overall condition.