Biography: Victoria Ebbels Hutson Huntley grew up in New York City, and studied at the New York School of Fine and Applied Art and the Art Students League of New York. She studied under John Sloan, Max Weber, and Kenneth Hayes Miller and was awarded First Prize in Lithography in the International Graphic Art Show at the Chicago Art Institute. In 1933 her lithograph, Koppers Coke, was awarded First Prize in Lithography in the National Exhibition of the Philadelphia Print Club.
Her husband Ralph Huntley was a physicist. In the 1940s she was Resident Artist at the Pomfret School in Connecticut. In 1942 she was elected into the National Academy of Design as an Associate Academician. The Archives of American Art hold her papers. Huntley's work is represented in the New York Public Library, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Chicago Art Institute, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Whitney Museum.