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The Art of Alfred Hutty: Woodstock to Charleston.

This entry was posted on Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

Tomorrow (Friday March 23rd at NOON)  Harlan Greene, Senior Manuscript and Reference Archivist in Special Collections at the Addlestone Library, will be a featured guest on SCETV radio with Walter Edgar to chat about Alfred Hutty.  You may listen live or stream it at: http://www.scetv.org/index.php/walter_edgars_journal/show/the_art_of_alfred_hutty_woodstock_to_charleston/

If you’d like to read the book, it’s in the stacks at  N6537.H88 A4 2012.

The Gibbes Museum of Art, in Charleston, has created a retrospective exhibition entitled The Art of Alfred Hutty: Woodstock to Charleston. Hutty is of one of the principal artists of the Charleston Renaissance of the early 20th century, and the exhibition features over fifty works in oil, watercolor, pastel, and most importantly, his exquisite prints created in Charleston and Woodstock, New York. Gibbes Curator of Collections Sara Arnold, author and scholar Harlan Greene, and collector Edith Howle, join Dr. Edgar to talk about the Charleston Renaissance, the life and art of Hutty, the exhibition, and its companion book (USC Press). After it makes its debut at the Gibbes the exhibition will travel the Greenville County Museum of Art and the Mint Museum in Augusta, GA.

Congratulations, Harlan