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Alfred Hutty Etching, C. 1920

Tampico San Francisco

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Alfred Hutty Etching, C. 1920
Alfred Hutty Etching, C. 1920
Alfred Hutty Etching, C. 1920
Alfred Hutty Etching, C. 1920
Alfred Hutty Etching, C. 1920

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
ink on paper/oak frame w/acid free mats
Size:
11" W x 14" H
Color/Finish:
multi
Care:
other; keep out of direct sunlight

Why We Love This

Alfred Hutty (1877-1954) represented the best aspects of the Woodstock and Charleston art movement after the turn of the century. Founding member of the Woodstock Art Students League. The full sheet for "The Little Gate on Orange Street" measures 10 1/4"W x 7 5/8"H, image, 5 1/4"W x 4 1/2"H. Signed with snail monogram lower right. New black oak frame 11"W x 14"H with multiple acid free mats in black/tan/espresso.
As described by Tampico San Francisco

About Tampico San Francisco

After 35 years in the decorative antiques and jewelry retail business, my husband and I retired in 2008. When we started cataloging and photographing the beautiful things that we had collected over the last 45 years, we decided that the time had come to part with some of them. We had stores in Southampton, Boca Raton, St. Armand's Key, and in San Francisco's Pacific Heights. Our collection was culled from the major art and antique markets in both Europe and the United States. Enjoy.