Exhibition: Victoria Hutson Huntley: In the Everglades and Out

During the 1930s and 1940s, Victoria Hutson Huntley (1900 – 1971) was one of America’s leading lithographers. She produced more than 100 lithographs and a small number of intaglio prints from 1930 until her death. Major museums across the country purchased her work, as did many collectors. Her work can be divided into three periods, based on her earlier life in the North, her residence in Florida (1946–53) and her return North. This exhibition represents all three. It also shows her different areas of interest: landscape, human figures and close-up views of the natural world. Nature, especially the Everglades, was a common theme during her time in Florida, where she created many lithographs of bird life. The exhibition includes approximately 30 lithographs and two paintings. It is accompanied by an issue of the museum’s Bulletin, with essays on Huntley’s life and work by the two curators.

Thursday, June 4

More dates through June 21, 2020

Georgia Museum of Art
90 Carlton Street, Athens, GA 30602

Event Type

Exhibitions, Ongoing

Audience

Current Students, Alumni, Faculty & Staff, Community, Prospective Students

Topic

Arts & Culture, Visual Arts

Tags

Women’s Interest

Website

https://georgiamuseum.org/exhibit/vic...

Cost

Free

Event Contact Name

Hillary Brown

Event Contact Phone Number

706-542-4662

Event Contact Email

hazbrown@uga.edu

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