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Quintodecimo

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General views

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Physical Description: 19 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Roman bridge, walls
Post-medieval: General views of town and environs
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Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture (fragments). Post-medieval: Architecture; sculpure; paintings on canvas; frescos (16th century)
 

Macerata

 

Aliforni

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Parish church

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Physical Description: 15 items
 

Camerino

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Cathedral

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Physical Description: 35 items
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Museo Diocesano

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Physical Description: 95 items
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Palazzo Ducale

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Physical Description: 11 items
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Pinacoteca

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Physical Description: 28 items
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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 15 items
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S. Venanzio

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Physical Description: 48 items
 

Casali

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S. Anastasio

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Physical Description: 12 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: Casali di Ussita
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculptural fragments. Post-medieval: Painting
General Notes: No information provided by Hutzel. No mention of site found in TCI guidebook.
 

Castelsantangelo sul Nera

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General Views

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Physical Description: 24 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
General Notes: No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Marche, p. 533
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S. Martino

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Physical Description: 64 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Paolo da Visso; Bontulli, Paolo; Silvestro dell' Aquila
Medieval: Romanesque architecture (12th century); campanile with bifora windows; architectural sculpture: capitals, etc.; tabernacle carved with lion heads; gothic altar. Post-medieval: Frescos (15th and 16th centuries); sculpture in wood (16th century); terracotta bust of a bishop (16th century)
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S. Stefano

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Physical Description: 95 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco painting
A Romanesque church of which can still be admired the campanile with its accompanying arch. Inscriptions in Gothic lettering. Hutzel provides article on site. See also TCI, Lazio, p.533
 

Chiaravalle

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Abbey of S. Maria di Chiaravalle di Fiastra

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Physical Description: 45 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of this Cistercian abbey include views of the asymmetrical abbey church facade, the porch, the portal and also views of the arcaded cloister. Views of the Romanesque interior include details of medieval capitals and main altar frescoes from the 14th and 15th centuries.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 1, 1983
 

Matelica

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Museo Piersanti

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Physical Description: 63 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Maratti, Carlo; Antonio da Fabriano; Bernardino di Mariotto dello Stagno; Girolamo di Giovanni da Camerino; Arcangelo di Cola da Camerino; Jacopo Bellini; Francesco di Gentile da Fabriano; Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino
Antiquities: The photos depict roman portraiture busts.
Views of the museum's collection of late 14th-16th century paintings, as well as the tapestry and maiolica collections.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: March 29, 1983
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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 36 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Palmezzano, Marco; Francesco di Gentile da Fabriano; Ramazzani, Ercole; Magistris, Simone de; Magistris, Giovanni Francesco de; Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino; Nobili, Durante; Boscoli, Andrea; Eusebio da San Giorgio; Allegretto di Nuzio; Cantarini, Simone; Francesco Rossi di Orciano; Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Paris Scipione
Exterior views of the Baroque architecture of the church; interior views of the 15th-century painted altarpieces (ie. Madonna and Child with Saints, the Last Supper, the Crucifixion and the Deposition from the Cross), sculpture and decorative arts.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: March 19, 1983
 

Mevale

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Pieve

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Physical Description: 92 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Perugino; Domenico Angelucci; Camillo Angelucci; Fabio Angelucci; Ascanio Poggini; Giovanni Battista Norcia
Parish church dating from the 13th century with interior decoration dating until the 16th century. Mevale is the home of the Angelucci family, who were artists and woodworkers in the 15th and 16th centuries. The interior frescoes include a Last Judgment (1601), a Trinity (1560), Apostles in the Oratorium, a Madonna of the Rosary (1571), and a chivalric tournament (15th cent.). A Pieta in the lunette in the Oratorium is believed to have been painted by Perugino, in whose workshop one of the Angelucci worked. There is also a Madonna in the Byzantine style, dating from the 13th century. The confessional is used as well for a chancel, the work of Ancanio Poggini (1580).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: September 26, 1983. Negs. of columns and stone lion may belong to another site.
 

Montecosaro

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S. Maria a Pie di Chienti

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Physical Description: 50 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Master of Offidia (13th-14th century)
Antiquities: A pluteus, perhaps.
This early Romanesque basilica (first erected in the 9th century) has a stark exterior, with the exception of the apse which is enlivened by 3 apsidioles and blind windows. Interior views include: a crucifix, ambulatory, terracotta staues of the Archangel Gabriel and the Virgin (15th century), and several views of the 14th-century frescoes in the upper church. A marble bust may be S. Claudio and actually be found in the church of S. Claudio al Chienti in Montegranaro.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 19, 1984
General Notes: This monument was previously catalogued as being in the city of Belforte del Chienti. Several prints exist in duplicate. S. Maria a Pie di Chienti should not be confused with S. Claudio al Chienti in Montegranaro, though some prints may be labeled as such.
 

San Ginesio

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Collegiata

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Physical Description: 53 items

Scope and Content Note

Object Notes: There may be a problem with this monument and the Oratorio di S. Biagio, which is the name of its crypt. The Oratorio has its own folder, but negatives do not appear to be in place. Second, a photo marked "S. Ginesio, S. Tommaso" is with the Collegiata prints, but its identification is unknown.
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Oratorio di S. Biagio

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Physical Description: 26 items

Scope and Content Note

Photos of the crypt of the Collegiata. Frescoes show the life of S. Biagio and S. Biagio Vescovo. There are also a Madonna & Child and musical angels.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
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S. Maria

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Physical Description: 27 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Altar built with Roman spolia.
Exterior views: 15th-century portal, 11th-century apse, 13th-century cloister. Interior views: Roman columns and carved capitals.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 12/27/84
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S. Sebastiano

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Physical Description: 13 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: Museo-Pinacoteca
 

San Severino Marche

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Chiesa delle Clarisse

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Physical Description: 58 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Antonio Piergiacomo; Domenico Palombi; Filomeno Bigioli; Ireneo Aleandri
Exterior views of the 15th-century church with its 17th century baroque facade. Interior views of the main altar, four side chapels, two transept chapels, 19th century dome frescoes and a conch fresco of Saul's Conversion on the way to Damascus. The altar (17th century), of marble intarsia is held up by four putti. The Rococo altarpiece bears the inscription Altare Gregorianum Perpetuum. Views also of a gilt organ (17th century), pulpit, and marble holy water font (1598).
Object Notes: There are two prints for almost every negative; one set of prints was previously identified as S. Maria del Glorioso.
General Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 9, 1983
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Chiesetta della Misericordia

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Physical Description: 9 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Roncalli, Cristofano (Pomerancio); Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Damiani, Felice
Post-medieval: Paintings on canvas; fresco; architectural decoration
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Duomo Vecchio

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Physical Description: 41 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Salimbeni, Jacopo; Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Mancini, Lorenzo; Indivini, Domenico; Pierantonio; Acciaccaferri, Francesco; Rossi, Giuseppe
Exterior views of this 14th-century church include a bell tower (11th century), belfry, buttresses, portals, and a cloister walk, well-head, loggia, columns and capitals (13th century). Views of the baroque interior (17th century) include an ornate wooden ceiling with the Papal coat-of-arms in the center, an organ, and an altarpiece with angels. Most views are of intarsia choirstalls (1483-1513) and the frescoes of the story of St. John the Evangelist (or St. Joseph) by the Salimbeni brothers. There are also views of a room containing the sculpted tomb effigies of St. Severino and St. Vittorino, with paintings and mosaics of the life of St. Severino. This room or aisle may be incorrectly identified by Hutzel.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 8, 1983.
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General views

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Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Content Note

In the medieval section: two cityscapes punctuated by the Torre degli Smeducci and church bell towers. Prints in the Hutzel core collection include views of the Piazza del Popolo, S. Guiseppe, the via Salimbeni (or the Teatro Feronia) on the via Indivini, and the palazzo Salimbeni. Negatives include: three coats-of-arms, views of the Palazzo Mangarucci and an arcaded courtyard.
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La Maesta

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Physical Description: 14 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Barocci, Federico; Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino
Exterior views of this church (c. 1300) include the gothic main portal, a romanesque nave portal, and a pair of 14th-century doorknockers. Interior views focus on the votive frescoes and a damaged painting of the Archangel Raphael with Tobias.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 9, 1983
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Museo Archeologico

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Physical Description: 12 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Interior views of Roman spolia, gravestones, an altar and architectural fragments. Negatives include views of the display cases containing the collezione Pascucci: prehistoric artifacts and Roman pottery.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 11, 1983
General Notes: The Museo Archeologico is dedicated to Giuseppe Moretti.
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Palazzo Tacchi-Venturi

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Physical Description: 4 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of this palazzo at N. 40 via Salimbeni include windows and portals. Negatives show courtyard views.
Object Notes: See also, views of the Pinacoteca and the Museo Archeologico which are housed in the Palazzo Tacchi-Venturi.
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Pinacoteca Civica

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Physical Description: 75 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bernardino di Mariotto dello Stagno; Coda, Benedetto; Sano di Pietro; Crivelli, Vittorio; Paolo Veneziano; Allegretto di Nuzio; Nicolo di Liberatore da Foligno; Eustachi, Bartolomeo; Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Salimbeni, Jacopo; Barocci, Federico; Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino; Rimini School; Bruno Gavazza da Bologna; Grenter, Matteo; Giraldo Jacopo Cavazza
The collections include: a silver reliquary (1326), a relic of Pope Peter Celestini V, a silver plate, a 13th-century clothes chest illustrating a medieval legend, a globe with constellations/signs of the zodiac, fresco fragments by the Salimbeni brothers, a fresco of St. Francis receiving the Stigmata from the church of S. Francesco in Castello (now destroyed), a fresco of St. Anthony Abbot, elaborate polyptychs by Veneziano and Salimbeni, an ivory chest with secular imagery, and various altarpieces and paintings. Of exceptional quality are paintings by Bernardino Mariotto of the Annunciation and the Pieta, and an altarpiece of the Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints by Vittore Crivelli.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 11, 1983
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S. Agostino, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 47 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Acciccaferri; Gentile, Antonio; Gentile, Giovanni; Pomarancio; Aleandri, Ireneo; Bernardino di Mariotto dello Stagno; Palombi, Domenico; Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino; Ottino, Pasquale; Bigioli, Venanzio; Bigioli, Filippo; Indivini, Domenico; Pinturicchio; Sante Lotti; Giovanni di Piergiacomo
Exterior views of the 15th-century facade with its gothic portal. Views also of the oratory and baroque portal. The interior, restored in 1776 and 1827, is neoclassical. Views in prints H-6 and H-9 show a small barrel-vaulted chapel with a modern main altar painting of the Last Supper. This is either the oratory or a misidentifed church interior. Other views include: wooden crucifixes; an intarsia door to the sacristy and intarsia panels by Indivini; various altar paintings; a silver statue of St. Severino with a crozier, a painting of the Madonna and Child with angels and a kneeling donor by Pinturicchio; a reliquary; a silver plate; a small painted ceramic statue of the Pieta; and a series of sketches from an album of an artist from San Severino Marche.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 8, 1983
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S. Antonio di Cesalonga

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Physical Description: 9 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (13th century) and architectural sculpture
Object Notes: San Severino Marche environs.
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S. Domenico

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Physical Description: 25 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Giuseppe da Palermo; Cignani, Carlo; Scarsella, Ippolito; Salimbeni, Lorenzo; School of Bologna (17th century); Bigioli; Bernardino di Mariotto dello Stagno
All views are of altarpieces, paintings, and fresco fragments by Salimbeni. The main altarpiece depicts the Madonna and Child with Saints Severino, Ansano, Catherine of Siena, Dominic, and John the Baptist.
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S. Eustachio de Domora

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Physical Description: 25 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (11th and 14th centuries). Post-medieval: Altar
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S. Lorenzo in Doliolo

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Physical Description: 46 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino; Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Salimbeni, Jacopo
Exterior views of the 11th-century church with 14th-century cloister and bell tower. In the crypt (9th-13th centuries) are ceiling and wall paintings of angels, the Evangelists, and various other saints in medallions; votive frescoes of Saints Dominic, Augustine, and Anthony Abbot; and the tomb of S. Domenico. In the fourth and fifth crypt chapels is a fresco cycle by the Salimbeni brothers of the martyrdom of St. Andrew. The church interior is heavily restored, with modern nave piers and capitals. Displayed in the sacristy are salvaged fresco remains, a wooden statue of Christ (17th century), and paintings. Also views of a holy water font and a marble ciborium.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 5, 1983
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S. Maria del Glorioso

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Physical Description: 25 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Rocco di Tommaso; Perugino; Barocci, Federico; Luca di Costantino da Ancona; Antonio di Piergiacomo
Exterior and interior views of this renaissance church (1519) include: the coat-of-arms of San Severino over the main portal, frescoes or paintings of the Flight into Egypt, the Nativity, the Christ Child with St. John the Baptist, and various altarpieces.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 17, 1983
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S. Maria della Pieve

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Physical Description: 13 items

Scope and Content Note

Salimbeni, Jacopo; Salimbeni, Lorenzo
Exterior views of architectural sculpture: Roman pilasters and capitals.
Interior views focus on votive frescoes of the 14th and 15th centuries. One fresco shows a female saint (perhaps the Virgin), before a desk littered with instruments, in the presence of an angel and a cat. Other frescoes depict the Virgin and Child, the crucifixion and St. Anthony Abbot.
Hutzel photo campaign date: April 9, 1983
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Teatro Feronia

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Physical Description: 4 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Ireneo Aleandri
Two exterior views of the arcade facade of the theater.
Object Notes: These views may be incorrectly identified.
 

Serravalle di Chienti

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S. Martino

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Physical Description: 35 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: P. Paolo da Fermo
Post-medieval: Architecture; frescos (15th century)
 

Tolentino

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Chiesa della Carita

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Physical Description: 13 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Crivelli school; Salimbeni brothers; Francesco da Tolentino
Exterior views of this deconsecrated 13th-14th century church focus on the facade rose window and unique main portal (c. 1250). Interior views show a wooden coffered ceiling, various frescoes, altar paintings, a marble mantelpiece and a holy water stoup.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign dates: December 27, 1984
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General views

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Physical Description: 19 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger)
Views of the Piazza della Liberta, the Torre dei Tre Orologi, the Palazzo Sangallo (the palazzo Parisani), and also portals and a coat-of-arms from the historical center of Tolentino.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: December 27, 1984
General Notes: Hutzel's notes of Tolentino's general views precede his notes of S. Catervo.
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S. Catervo, Duomo

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Physical Description: 36 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Spada, Filippo; Ferranti, Francesco; Fontana, Luigi; Oravia, Giovanni
This church, erected in the 13th century, was completely renovated in 1830 in a neoclassical style. Exterior views are of the apse, an original bell tower and a medieval relief sculpture. Views of the vast baroque interior with its barrel-vaulted ceiling and numerous candelabra focus on the Cappella di S. Catervo--its frescoes and sarcophagus of S. Catervo and S. Settimia (14th century). Interior views also include a sculpture of the Pieta (14th century), wood intarsia choirstalls, a marble holy water stoup and a baptismal font.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: December 27, 1984
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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 42 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Salimbeni school; Rimini school; Crivelli school; Guercino school
Exterior views of S. Francesco include its polygonal apse that faces the Piazza della Liberta, the facade, immured fragments of gothic architectural sculpture, and views of the arcaded cloister. Interior views of the church reveal its baroque remodelling. Most views are of frescoes from the gothic chapel (14th century) and various baroque altars. Also included are views of two organs, confessionals, choirstalls, a crucifix and various paintings in the Sacristy.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: December 27, 1984
General Notes: Many negatives for this monument are still missing. Several were misfiled under "Belforte del Chienti, S. Maria a Pie di Chienti" and it is possible that other negatives have been similarly misfiled under sites near Tolentino.
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S. Maria in Rambona

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Physical Description: 16 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Salimbeni, Jacopo
One exterior and several interior views of this early Romanesque chuch (9th-10th centuries): pier capitals; frescoes by the Salimbeni brothers of the Madonna and Child, and the Trinity; a wooden crucifix (10th-11th century).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 28, 1984
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S. Nicola da Tolentino

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Physical Description: 44 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Mauruzi, Nicolo; Master of Tolentino; Rosso, Giovanni di Bartolo
Exterior views of this church focus on the portal (1435). The rest of the facade dates to the 18th century. Views of the arcaded cloister date to the 12th and 13th centuries. Most interior views are of the frescoes in the Augustinian Cappellone di S. Nicola that were executed between 1330 and 1348. These frescoes are of scenes from the life of Christ and S. Nicola. On the ceiling, the Evangelists are paired with various saints.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: December 27, 1984. See xeroxes attached to Hutzel's notes.
 

Urbisaglia

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chiesetta della Maesta

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Physical Description: 23 items
 

Ussita

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Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 31 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Angelucci, Camillo; Paolo da Visso
Medieval: Architectural fragments. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, fresco fragments, sculpture, sculptural fragments
Object Notes: See article on site provided by Hutzel. Also see TCI, Marche, p. 529
 

Visso environs

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S. Valentino

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Physical Description: 33 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Maestro di Eggi; Benozzo Gozzoli; Fabio Angelucci
Small church in the environs of Visso. Photos of interior only, with emphasis on the 14th-16th century frescoes.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. Negatives are missing, but prints do not match with S. Francesco negatives, for which there are no prints.
 

Visso

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General views

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Physical Description: 19 items

Scope and Content Note

General views of the main piazza of Visso (the Piazza Martiri Vissani), and its environs with examples of 14th-16th century architecture.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1984
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Monasterio di S. Eutizio

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Physical Description: 11 items
 

Visso

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Museo-Pinacoteca

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Physical Description: 37 items

Scope and Content Note

Governing Body: S. Maria
Owner: Museo-Pinacoteca
Artist Name: Gaspare Angelucci; Camillo Angelucci; Giovanni Battista da Offida; Paolo da Visso
Paintings and sculpture dating from the 14th-16th centuries. These works were originally executed for the Church of S. Maria.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot these photos in 1984. The Museo-Pinacoteca is located in the former church of S. Agostino. Sheets for the prints in the Medieval core collection were inadvertently misplaced, so original Hutzel numbers for those prints, as well as secure identification, has been lost. Researchers looking in Visso should check both the Museo-Pinacoteca and S. Maria, Collegiate church for possible mixups. Hutzel identifications on the backs of the prints are also unclear.
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S. Maria, Collegiate Church

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Physical Description: 74 items

Scope and Content Note

Detailed views of the 14th century exterior architecture of the church, including portals, and details of columns and capitals. There are general interior views, with detailed photos showing the paintings, both on the screen behind the main altar and behind side altars. There are also many photos of painting fragments from the late Medieval and early Renaissance periods. Sculptural photos include a wooden crucifix and basins or altars (perhaps antique) with human face motifs.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: June 30, 1984.
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Santuario di Macereto

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Physical Description: 66 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Giovanni Battista da Lugano; Carlo di Tommaso di Bissone; Giacomo di Tommaso di Bissone; Filippo di Tommaso di Bissone
Exterior photos of temple and other buildings in the sanctuary complex. Temple is in the style of Bramante, but was designed by Giovanni Battista da Lugano. There are many photos of the exterior architectural details. Interior photos show the vaulting and cupola as well as the "Tempietto" or baldacchino in the classical style which stands under the cupola.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
 

Pesaro e Urbino

 

Cagli

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Madonna della Misericordia

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Physical Description: 33 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Ridolfi, Claudio
Post-medieval: 14th-15th century architecture, fresco, polychrome terracotta of local marchegiana school, paintings on canvas, stucco work
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Marche, 1979, p.297
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Palazzo Comunale

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Physical Description: 16 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Francesco di Giorgio Martini; Santi, Giovanni
Medieval: 13th century architecture (1289), architectural fragments, sculpture fragments. Post-medieval: 15th century architecture (1463), iron work, sculpture, fresco, architectural fragments, sculpture fragments
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Marche, 1979, p. 295
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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 29 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Guido di Palmerucci; Fiamberti, Tommaso; Lapis, Gaetano; Raffaellino del Colle; Cristoforo, Antonio di
Post-medieval: 14th century architecture, 14th century fresco, paintings on canvas, carved wooden altars, tapestry
Object Notes: See medieval for exterior views
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Marche, 1979, p.297
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S. Giovanni Battista

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Physical Description: 30 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bramante, Donato; Barocci, Federico; Santi, Giovanni; Lapis, Gaetano
Medieval: architecture . Post-medieval: 15th centruy architecture, paintings on canvas, paintings on panel, fresco
Object Notes: Also known as S. Domenico
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Marche, 1979, pp 294-295
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S. Nicolo

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Physical Description: 18 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 14th century portal (Portal Massara), stucco work, fresco, terracotta
Object Notes: also known as S. Bartolomeo
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Marche, 1979, p. 296
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Torrione della Rocca

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Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Francesco di Giorgio Martini
Post-medieval: 15th century architecture (b.1481), built for Federico II di Urbino
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Marche, p. 296
 

Lamoli

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Abbazia di S. Michele delle Lamole

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: S. Severino School
Medieval: Architecture (11-12th century); wall painting; sculpture. Post-medieval: Frescoes (14-15th century)
 

Mercatello sul Metauro

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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 21 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Rome School, 15th century; Guerrieri, Giovanni Francesco; Baronzio da Rimini, Giovanni; Raffaellino dal Colle
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (14th century); also re-used Roman columns. Post-medieval: Frescoes
 

Pergola

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General views

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Physical Description: 15 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Views of town; architectural details
Object Notes: Medieval elements also shown.
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Municipio

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Physical Description: 10 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: School of Umbria, 15th century; Barocci, Federico
Post-medieval: Sculpture (15th century); decorative arts; paintings on canvas
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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (13th century); carved Trecento portal; painted crucifix (14th century Marchigian with Riminese influence). Post-medieval: 16th(?) century interior; paintings on canvas
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S. Giacomo

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Physical Description: 31 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Lorenzo d'Alessandro da San Severino
Medieval: 12th century architecture; architectural sculpture; wooden crucifix. Post-medieval: Baroque interior (18th century); wooden altar; 15th century polyptych (Marchigian school); fresco; paintings on canvas
 

Sant'Angelo in Vado

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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 14 items
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S. Maria dei Servi

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Physical Description: 49 items
 

Urbania

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Chiesetta dei Morti

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, originally Romanesque, with Gothic additions including an elaborately carved portal on facade.
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Oratorio del Carmine

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Physical Description: 8 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Picchi, Giorgio
Post-medieval: Frescos; paintings on canvas.
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Palazzo Ducale

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Physical Description: 9 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Interior views, including decorated ceilings; paintings; stone portal with medallion of Duke Federico da Montefeltro.
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Pinacoteca Comunale

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Physical Description: 23 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Mancini, Francesco; School of Urbino; Mercator, Gerardus (cartographer)
Post-medieval: Paintings, including portraits; drawings; sculpture; globes
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S. Caterina

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Physical Description: 8 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Dolci, Luzio; Dolci, Pierfrancesco; Picchi, Giorgio; Amantini, Tommaso; Apolloni, Agostino; Pandolfi, Giovanni Giacomo
Post-medieval: Manneristic 16th century (1522) architecture. Interior is decorated extensively with stucco work and frescos, wooden sculpture (16th century), and paintings on canvas.
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S. Chiara

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Physical Description: 4 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Cialdieri, Girolamo; Venetian School, 17th century; Dolci, Luzio
Post-medieval: 17th-18th century architecture; paintings on canvas; frescos.
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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 8 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Picchi, Giorgio; Peruzzini, Domenico
Medieval: Gothic portal. . Post-medieval: 18th century (1762) remodel of church dating from 1215. Baroque interior; paintings on canvas.
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S. Giovanni Battista

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Physical Description: 12 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Conca, Sebastiano
Post-medieval: 18th century architecture built upon a Greek cross plan. Contains paintings on canvas and a wooden pulpit.
Object Notes: Urbania environs. Located within the Parco Ducale.
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Tempietto del Bramante

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Episcopi, Giustino
Post-medieval: Architecture (1482), partially destroyed in the war, presently undergoing reconstruction--interior views only: 14th and 16th century frescos.
 

Urbino

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General views

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Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: General views.
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Museo del Duomo "Albani"

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Physical Description: 166 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Palmerini, Antonio; Franco, Battista; Viti, Timoteo; Barocci, Federico; Genga, Girolamo; Alberti, Antonio; Masucci, Agostino; Picchi, Giorgio; Zuccari, Federico; Tedeschi, Pietro; Fabriano Master; Raphael; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Cialdieri, Girolamo di Bartolomeo; Venetian School (15th century); Alessandro delle Vite
Post-medieval: Sculpture, paintings, panel painting, triptychs, polyptychs
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Oratorio di S. Giovanni Battista

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Physical Description: 22 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Salimbeni, Jacopo
Post-medieval: 14th century architecture with a modern, neo-Gothic facade; frescos.
 

Pesaro

 

Fossombrone

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Cathedral

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Physical Description: 45 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Morelli, Cosimo; Vici, Andrea; Ridolfi, Claudio; Guerrieri, Giovanni Francesco; Rosselli, Domenico di Giovanni di Bartolomeo; Callido, Gaetano
Medieval: Details of original parts of the church. Post-medieval: Neoclassical architecture (18th century): almost complete reconstruction of the much older Bededictine church; badly damaged frescos from c. 1600; paintings on canvas; elaborate marble altars and pavement; fresco, 14th century; wooden sculpture (17th century); carved wooden altar; organ, 18th century.
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General views

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Physical Description: 21 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: General views of city, streets and unidentified buildings.
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Museo Civico A. Vernarecci

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Physical Description: 56 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Barocci, Federico; Conca, Sebastiano; Guerrieri, Giovanni Francesco; Lapis, Gaetano; Cantarini, Simone
Antiquities: Fragments of capitals and relief carvings (Roman and possibly earlier); portrait busts (Julio-Claudian and Hadrianic)
Medieval: Sculpture fragments; early Christian sarcofagi. Post-medieval: Architecture, begun in the 13th century and remodeled in the 15th century; Renaissance sculpture fragments; marble bust of Vernarecci; model of Federico da Montefeltro's Palazzo della Corte Alta
Object Notes: Museum is part of the Corte Alta.
General Notes: Counts are approximate since many views have multiple objects.
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Rocca Malatestiana

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Remains of 13th-14th century citadel.
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S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (14th century) . Post-medieval: 17th-18th century expansion and remodel of the original 14th century structure. Includes large sandstone portal and two (walled-in) windows from the 1600's. Facade also has a coat of arms of the Malatestas and other decoration.
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S. Aldebrando

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Physical Description: 12 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Alberti, Antonio
Post-medieval: 17th century Baroque architecture and frescos from the first half of the 15th century.
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S. Filippo

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Physical Description: 23 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Baroque architecture (c.1608-1613): unfinished exterior and very highly decorated interior; paintings on canvas; wooden sculpture
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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 22 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Rosselli, Domenico di Giovanni di Bartolomeo; Guerrieri, Giovanni Francesco
Post-medieval: Architecture, late 18th century, on the site of an early Camaldolese church (dedicated to S. Francesca Romana). Facade is incomplete with a sandstone relief in the lunette above the door, attributed to Rosselli. Neoclassical interior with paintings on canvas, wooden sculpture.
 

San Lorenzo in Campo

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S. Lorenzo

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Physical Description: 53 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Raphael; Ramazzani, Ercole
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (13-14th centuries), restored. Post-medieval: Painting, stained glass, architectural sculpture, frescoes, ceramics
General Notes: (count for post-med incorrect)
 

Urbino

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Palazzo Ducale, Galleria Nazionale delle Marche

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Physical Description: 407 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Crivelli, Vittorio; Crivelli, Vittorio; Alberti, Antonio (Antonio da Ferrara); Pietro da Rimini; Baronzio da Rimini, Giovanni; Andrea d'Bartolo; Siena; Marche school; Central Italian, 15th century; Bonaventura di Michele; Carlo da Camerino; Vivarini, Alvise; Marche school (14th century); Luca di Tomme; Sano di Pietro; Cortese, Cristoforo; Pietro Alemanno; Lorenzo d'Alessandro da Severino II; Allegretto di Nuzi; Gentile da Fabriano (Gentile di Niccolo di Giovanni); Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio di Benedetto Aquilo); Rimini School; Piero della Francesca; Raphael; Uccello, Paolo; Giovanni Antonio di Gaspare da Pesaro; Bartolomeo di Maestro Gentile; Signorelli, Luca; Raffaellino dal Colle; Guerrieri, Giovanni Francesco; Viviani, Antonio Maria (Il Sordo d'Urbino); Ridolfi, Claudio; Lilio, Andrea; Gaulli, Giovanni Battista; Ghezzi, Pier Leone; Balestra, Antonio; Tibaldi, Pellegrino; Morganti, Bartolomeo; Eusebio da San Giorgio; Santi, Giovanni; Niccolo di Liberatore; Morganti, Pompeo; Giusto di Gand (Josse van Wassenhove); Berruguete, Pedro; Florence school (15th century); Rosselli, Domenico di Giovanni di Bartolomeo; Fiamberti, Tommaso; Viti, Timoteo; Michele di Giovanni da Milano; School of Umbria, 15th century); Foligno School (15th century); Carlo da Camerino; Jacobello del Fiore; Antonio da Fabriano; Girolamo di Giovanni da Camerino; Folchetti, Stefano; Luca della Robia; Barocci, Federico; Titian; Giuliano da Rimini; Giuliano da Rimini; Brandani, Federigo
Post-medieval: First floor: Polyptychs, triptychs, crucifixes, panel paintings, sculpture, frescoes now housed in Museo; stucco decoration in private chapels
Object Notes: See also Urbino, Museo Albani. With both sites the negs arrived separately from the prints, yet all negs were labelled as Urbino, Palazzo Ducale, making it difficult to match some negatives to their prints.
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Series IX. Molise

Physical Description: 2 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Molise with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically by city, general views of the city/historic center, and monument name.
 

Isernia

 

Castel San Vincenzo

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Abbazia di S. Vincenzo al Volturno

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Physical Description: 34 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architectural ruins and fragments (c.700-1300) (Count: 19). Post-medieval: Modern reconstruction and restoration of Medieval architecture. (Count: 14)
 

Isernia

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Cathedral, S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 18 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Sculpture
Medieval: Architecture: campanile remains from the now destroyed Gothic church; sculpture. Post-medieval: 19th century neoclassical architecture
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Fontana della Fraterna

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Physical Description: 21 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: 13th-14th century arcaded fountain with elaborately carved sculptural details and inscriptions.
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General views

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Physical Description: 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval. Post-medieval: General views of town, streets, and piazze, including architecture and architectural sculpture.
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S. Maria Assunta

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Physical Description: 82 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Fragments of architectural and other sculpture
Medieval: Remains of Romanesque architecture and architectural sculpture incorporated in a modern restoration
Object Notes: Much of the sculpture illustrated was subsequently transferred to the Museo Comunale.
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SS. Cosma e Damiano

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Physical Description: 24 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Corenzio, Belisario
Post-medieval: Architecture; frescos (early 17th century); altarpiece (early 16th century)
Object Notes: Isernia environs.
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Series X. Piedmont

Physical Description: 1 box

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Piedmont with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically by city, general views of the city/historic center, and monument name.
 

Torino

 

Novalesa

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Chapel of St. Eldradus

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Physical Description: 27 items
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Series XI. Puglia

Physical Description: 3 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Puglia with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically by city, general views of the city/historic center, and monument name.
 

Bari

 

Acquaviva delle Fonti

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Cathedral

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Physical Description: 77 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: 13th century architecture, rebuilt 1529-1594 in a Renaissance style, with Romanesque elements remaining; Renaissance rose window with elaborate tracery; architectural sculpture in relief and in the round; polychrome decoration
 

Gravina in Puglia

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Cathedral

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Physical Description: 92 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque and Gothic architectural sculpture, including rose window. Post-medieval: 15th century architecture and architectural sculpture, including elaborately carved friezes and capitals; campanile dating from 17-18th centuries; sculpture; choir stalls; paintings on canvas
 

Mola di Bari

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Cathedral, S. Nicola

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Physical Description: 46 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architectural sculpture (13th century), including rose window. Post-medieval: Architecture (16th century), based upon the Romanesque design of an earlier church on the site; architectural sculpture
 

Monopoli

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S. Domenico

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Physical Description: 46 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Stefano da Putignano; Palma Giovane (Jacopo Negretti)
Medieval: Sculpture. Post-medieval: Renaissance architecture and architectural sculpture; ceiling paintings; paintings on canvas; grave monuments and other sculptural fragments; stoup
 

Palo del Colle

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Cathedral, S. Maria della Porta

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Physical Description: 30 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture and architectural sculpture, much altered in the second half of the 16th century; stoup. Post-medieval: Architecture (interior)
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Chiesa del Purgatorio

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Baroque architecture
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General views

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Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: General views of architecture and architectural sculpture
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Series XII. Republic of San Marino

Physical Description: 1 box

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Republic of San Marino with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically by city, general views of the city/historic center, and monument name.
 

San Marino

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Basilica di S. Marino

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Physical Description: 15 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Serra, Antonio
Post-medieval: Neoclassical architecture (1826-1836). Campanile is 14th century.
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Palazzo del Governo

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Azzurri, Francesco
Post-medieval: 19th century architecture in the style of 14th century communal palaces
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Palazzo delle Poste

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 20th century architecture in 15th-16th century style; base of tower is original (16th century)
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Piazza della Liberta

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Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Galetti, Stefano
Medieval: Architecture . Post-medieval: Architecture; 19th century sculpture
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Porta di S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 4 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: 14th century sculpted marker. Post-medieval: 15th century entrance gate to city
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Series XIII. Sardinia

Physical Description: 7 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Sardinia with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically by city, general views of the city/historic center, and monument name.
 

Cagliari

 

Oristano

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S. Giusta

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Physical Description: 50 items

Scope and Content Note

Extensive coverage of exterior, including facade, flanks, apse and bell tower. Interior views of presbystery, altars, crucifix, and paintings.
 

Nuoro

 

Bosa

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Castello di Serravalle

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Physical Description: 11 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: 12th or 13th century architectural ruins: portions of walls and towers.
Object Notes: Bosa environs
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Cathedral

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Physical Description: 18 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, originally 12th and 13th centuries, largely rebuilt in the 18th century in Piedmontese Baroque style. . Post-medieval: Architecture, 18th century; 16th century wooden sculpture.
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Chiesa del Carmine

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 18th century architecture. Built on the remains of a Carmelite church.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name
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Chiesa del Rosario

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Physical Description: 6 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture (19th century?) with large clock projecting from fa�ade
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General views

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Physical Description: 15 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Views of town including overview, a neo-Gothic hotel, former tanneries along the river Temo, and various street views.
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S. Giovanni Battista

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Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture . Post-medieval: Frescos
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name
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S. Giovanni del Castello

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Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 15th century architecture
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S. Pietro Extramuros

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Physical Description: 29 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Medieval architecture and architectural sculpture dating from three separate building campaigns: main body is Lombard-Romanesque (11th century), campanile and apse date from the later 12th century, and misc. Gothic/Cistercian elements are from the first half of the 13th century.
 

Macomer

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S. Croce

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture
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S. Pantaleo, Parish Church

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Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Puig, Michele
Post-medieval: 16th century Gothic-Aragonesque architecture (built 1573) with campanile in same style. Near facade are two "pietre miliari" relating to Septimus Severus and Vespasian
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Unidentified structure

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Views of unidentified palazzo and Gothic-Aragonesque windows
 

Oliena

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Nostra Signora di Monserrato

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Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. The church is important to celebration on September 8.
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S. Croce

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Physical Description: 8 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 15th century architecture, somewhat rustic, with an unusual campanile included as part of the facade (quasi-pyramidal with three openings)
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S. Giovanni

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Physical Description: 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: 13th century architecture. Ruins of another church nearby.
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S. Maria

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Physical Description: 11 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture (15th century) with some rustic gothic elements and a well preserved campanile; wooden sculpture (16th century).
 

Ottana

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S. Nicola

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Physical Description: 28 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Nuragic tombs
Medieval: Romanesque architecture (12th century) in black and violet trachyte; decorated facade includes incised lozanges, pilasters, and maiolica set into small depressions. Some Pisan influence.
 

Sindia

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Abbazia di S. Maria di Corte

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Physical Description: 18 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Cistercian architecture (founded 1147). Parts remaining from original structure include: the choir, the left arm of the transept with two chapels, and Romanesque barrel vaulted sacristy. Structure partially rebuilt in the 17th-18th centuries.
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S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture, 12th century (1150-1160)
 

Oristano

 

Cabras

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General views

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Modern fishing huts
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S. Giovanni in Sinis

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Physical Description: 29 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, largely 9th-10th centuries, but containing elements dating back to the 5th century. Interior is divided into three naves by low, squat arches. Ceiling is barrel vaulted. Rectangular door and bifore windows divided by small columns.
Object Notes: Penisola del Sinis (Cabras environs)
 

Ghilarza

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Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture
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S. Palmerio

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Physical Description: 24 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Archaic Romanesque architecture and architectural sculpture (begun 12th century) with simple form using alternate light and dark stones. Post-medieval: Sculpture; paintings; crucifix
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Torre

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Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 15th century military architecture with Gothic-Catalan sources
 

Milis

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S. Paolo

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Physical Description: 7 items
 

S. Vero Milis

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Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 16 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 18th century Piedmontese baroque architecture
 

Zeddiani

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Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 12 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture with octagonal cupola. Portal has carved decoration and inscription.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel site
 

Sassari

 

Ardara

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S. Antioco di Bisarcio

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Physical Description: 44 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture, originally cathedral for the diocese of Bisarcio. Contains elements from 11th-12th centuries and later. Restored 1958. Lower part of structure shows traces of original structure (before 1190); upper elevation and campanile from 1150-60. Front portico added 1170-1190. Basilical structure with no transept. Contains bifore windows, decorative arches along cornice, and slender rounded pilasters (exterior); elevated apse/altar (interior)
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S. Maria del Regno

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Physical Description: 42 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture (1170), recently restored. Typically Sardinian (influenced by Lombard and Pisan forms of the 11th century) with slender pilasters, bifora window, small decorative arches along the cornice, semi-circular apse, and short campanile. Triple aisled basilica plan. Central nave has bare, beamed ceiling while side aisles are cross vaulted; sculpted inscription from 1107. . Post-medieval: Polychromatic, gilded wooden sculpture (Madonna and Child); 15/16th century pulpit.
 

Borutta

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S. Pietro di Sorres

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Physical Description: 56 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Sardinian Romanesque architecture (12th century) with strong Tuscan influence, including polychrome decoration; architectural sculpture; pulpit with Gothic ornamentation; tomb . Post-medieval: Wooden sculpture
 

Bulzi

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S. Pietro di Simbranos

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Physical Description: 32 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Sardinian Romanesque architecture (13th century) with polychrome decoration; architectural sculpture . Post-medieval: Polyptych; sculpture
 

Castel Sardo

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Ancient walls; general views

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Physical Description: 58 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Remains of ancient wall
Post-medieval: General views
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Cathedral

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Physical Description: 47 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Master of Castelsardo
Post-medieval: 16th century architecture, built in late Gothic style; architectural sculpture; choir stalls; sculpture; paintings on canvas and panel; altarpiece; fresco; pulpit; tomb monuments; baptismal font; sacred objects
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Nostra Signora delle Grazie

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Physical Description: 40 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture; architectural sculpture; sculpture; stoup. Post-medieval: Paintings; sculpture
 

Coghinas

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S. Maria

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Physical Description: 13 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture with modern campanile. Facade has portal in form of a moorish arch, a small rose window and small belfry, and decorative trefoil arches along cornice; stones sculpted with geometric patterns appear around arch, window, and on facade
 

Mores

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Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Calvia, Salvatore
Post-medieval: Architecture; Neoclassical campanile (1870)
 

Olbia

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S. Simplicio

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Physical Description: 36 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture (end of the 11th century, altered 13th century). Constructed of granite. Lombard elements.
 

Ozieri

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Cathedral

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Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 16th century architecture (originally), now rebuilt in 19th century neoclassical style. Only part of transept retains elements of the original Gothic-Aragonesque building. Facade has clock and campinili and an entrance portico. Some architectural sculpture.
 

Perfugas

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S. Giorgio

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Physical Description: 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Gothic-Aragonesque facade 15th-16th centuries. Restored 1926. Architecture and some architectural sculpture.
Object Notes: Perfugas environs
 

Ploaghe

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S. Michele di Salvenero

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Physical Description: 14 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Pisan-Romanesque architecture, 12th century (1110-1130). Altered in 1200-1225 and campanile added. Badly restored recently. High facade with slender pilasters, decorative arches along cornice, and triple arches at base indicating what may have been a portico. Campanile (only base remaining) constructed in black and white stone.
Object Notes: Ploaghe environs
 

Porto Torres

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S. Gavino

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Physical Description: 25 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture (11th century onward) and architectural sculpture. The largest and possibly the best example of Pisan/Sardinian Romanesque on the island (with some Lombard Romanesque elements).
 

Sassari (environs)

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SS. Trinita di Saccargia (Camaldolite)

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Physical Description: 23 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Two columns and capitals of the portico.
Exterior views of a romanesque church (12th century) include: a striped (dark basalt and white limestone) facade; a tower of Pisan and Lucchesian influence; and decorated/grotesque capitals.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 16, 1983
 

Sassari

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Fonte Rosello

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Physical Description: 8 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Sardinian baroque fountain (1605-1606). Quadralateral with four statues representing the seasons. Water pours from the mouths of gargoyles.
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S. Giacomo

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Physical Description: 16 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (13th century) with Pisan influences. Decorative trilobe arches along cornice: at the base of each are carved animal and human faces. Small campanile and pointed arches with trilobe insets.
Object Notes: Sassari environs. Undocumented Hutzel name.
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S. Nicola, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 8 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (13th century). Lower part of campanile remains. . Post-medieval: Architecture (15th-18th centuries). Church was rebuilt (1480-1505) following the transfer of the episcopal seat from Porto Torres to Sassari (1441). 15th century building in Gothic-Aragonesque style on Latin cross plan. Nave has four bays with side chapels and a cupola over crossing. In the second half of the 16th century the transept was elongated and two ambulatories were added. Present facade added in 1723 in a florid Spanish Colonial Baroque style which includes much detailed architectural sculpture
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S. Pietro di Silki

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Physical Description: 31 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture (13th century), considerably altered; architectural sculpture.
 

Sorso

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Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 25 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture with clock on facade and niches for standing sculpture; carved wooden doors. Simple Greek cross plan. Interior decorated with stucco work and Corinthian columns.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name
 

Tempio Pausania

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Cathedral

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Physical Description: 17 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture (14th and 19th centuries). Facade is 19th century reconstruction. Portal and campanile remain from original structure of the late 1400's. Some architectural sculpture.
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Oratorio del Rosario

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Physical Description: 14 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architectural elements including small decorative arches along cornice. . Post-medieval: 18th century architectural elements and Aragonesque-style portal; 17th century wooden altarpiece.
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S. Croce

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Physical Description: 4 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 17th century architecture
 

Viddalba

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S. Giovanni

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Physical Description: 17 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture and architectural sculpture, largely in ruins
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Series XIV. Tuscany

Physical Description: 23 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Tuscany with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically by city, general views of the city/historic center, and monument name.
 

Grosseto

 

Grosseto

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Museo Diocesano di Arte Sacra

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Physical Description: 136 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sassetta (Stefano di Giovanni); Pietro di Domenico; Vanni, Francesco; Maestro di S. Pietro Ovile; Ugolino di Nerio; Guido da Siena; Segna di Bonaventura; Girolamo di Benvenuto del Guasta; Lorenzetti, Ambrogio; Vanni, Francesco; Beccafumi, Domenico
Post-medieval collection of paintings, sacred objects and manuscripts from the Duomo and other city churches. There are a significant number of late Medieval Madonnas & Child paintings as well as High Renaissance paintings from the Bolognese school. The objects include a processional cross, and two reliqueries. Additionally there are some photos of manuscript pages of hymnals with objects they are displayed with.
Object Notes: Hutzel notes are undated. The objects in the Musea Diocesano are included in his notes for the Duomo. We have kept Hutzel's numbering for the objects. There are also two prints for almost all the negatives, and the details were so similar (even if one photo is cropped more closely) that we have treated them as though there were two prints for each negative.
 

Manciano

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General views

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Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: General views of city walls and other architecture
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SS. Annunziata

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Physical Description: 10 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Sculpture. Post-medieval: Architecture (16th century)
 

Massa Marittima

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Museo Civico

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Physical Description: 92 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Sculpture, urns, arrowheads, tools
Post-medieval: Panel painting (1), painting
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S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 142 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Ponti, B.; Chimenti, Jacopo (Jacopo da Empoli); Manetti, Rutilio; Domenico di Agostino; Stefano di Meo; Gualtiero di Sozzo; Niccolo di Iacopo; Nasini, Antonio
Post-medieval: Includes views of neighboring Cappella di S. Lucia (1348) Architecture, architectural sculpture (14th century, restored 1958), sculpture, stained glass, frescoes, painting,
Object Notes: Bibliographic material included and housed in the Center Library
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S. Cerbono (Duomo)

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Physical Description: 454 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Pisano, Giovanni; Giroldo da Como; Turco, Flaminio del; Andreassi, Gaddo; Andreassi, Meo; Goro di Gregorio; Agnolo di Ventura; Siena; Sarrocchi, Tito; Bartolo di Fredi; Taddeo di Bartolo; Duccio di Buoninsegna; Segna di Bonaventura; Martini, Simone
Antiquities: Relief
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (13th-early 14th century); Fresco (14th century); Panels/Crucifix (14th century); pascal candle; sculpture including the Arca di S. Cerbone; architectural relief (c. 1267); Tabernacle (mid-14th century). Post-medieval: Paintings, fresco (14th century), sculpture
Accompanying Material: Bibliographic material in Center Library
 

Montemerano

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S. Giorgio

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Physical Description: 111 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Vecchietta (Lorenzo di Pietro); Andrea di Niccolo; Sano di Pietro
Post-medieval: 15th century architecture; baroque additions to interior; wall and ceiling frescos; paintings on canvas and panel; polychrome wooden altar; wooden sculpture; tabernacle.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984. There are two sets of notes with different numbering systems, indicating the possibility of two campaigns. However, the photos are virtually identical. The numbered series (undated) was originally matched to the negs. The "A" series (dated 1984) was renumbered, more negs. have been found and the series has been integrated into the undated series.
General Notes: Apse and transept date to the 14th century, but they are not illustrated in these photographs.
 

Pieve ad Lamulas

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Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 43 items

Scope and Content Note

The foundations of this parish church date from before 1000, and the church itself dates from the 13th century. It was restored 1932-40. Exterior photos include a view, the facade, and the semicircular apsidal chapels (the oldest remaining portion of the church). Views of the interior include the nave, altar and aisles. Sculptural photos include a wooden Madonna & Child and architectural details, such as capitals with vegetal and animal motifs.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign is undated. There are missing negatives.
 

Pitigliano

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General views

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Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Views of town. Post-medieval: Portal bearing the Orsini arms
Object Notes: Two sets of prints
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Palazzo Orsini

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Physical Description: 49 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: 14th century architecture, architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: 15th-16th century architecture (modifications of original structure), architectural sculpture, columnar monument, well, and portal bearing the Orsini arms,
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S. Maria

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Physical Description: 18 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: Late Renaissance architecture (1506) with an unusual trapezoidal plan; badly damaged fresco; paintings on canvas
Object Notes: Two sets of prints
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SS. Pietro e Paolo, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 39 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Zuccarelli, Francesco; Cozzarelli, Guidoccio di Giovanni
Medieval: 14th century campanile. Post-medieval: 16th and 18th century architecture including baroque facade (modifications of original medieval structure), architectural sculpture, paintings on canvas, elaborate Baroque altar with sculpture, travertine pilaster monument bearing Orsini arms and emblem (located in piazza in front of cathedral)
Object Notes: No negatives for second set of prints
 

Roccalbegna

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SS. Pietro e Paolo

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Physical Description: 35 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture (13th century) and architectural sculpture; wooden crucifix; stoup. Post-medieval: Fresco; paintings on canvas and panel; fresco
 

Santa Fiora

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General views

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Physical Description: 8 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of the parish and panoramic views of the fields surrounding Santa Fiora. Much attention to the medieval architectural make-up of the town.
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SS. Fiora e Lucilla, Parish church

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Physical Description: 52 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Robbia, Giovanni della; Robbia, Andrea della
Exterior views show a simple stone facade with a renaissance portal and a Romanesque rose window. Most views focus on the interior decoration by Andrea and Giovanni della Robbia: the dossal in the first altar to the right depicts the penitent St. Jerome, the Coronation of the Virgin, and the Stigmatization of St. Francis; the pulpit depicts the Last Supper, the Resurrection, and the Ascension. Other della Robbia terracottas show the Assumption of the Virgin among angels and the Baptism of Christ. Coverage includes the very Mannerist main altarpiece, an icon of the Virgin and Child (engaged in close eye contact) set in an aedicule, a polychrome statue of St. Anthony Abbot, several crucifixes and a baptismal font.
General Notes: SS. Fiora and Lucilla is also called the Pieve (Parish Church).
 

Seggiano

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Parish church

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Physical Description: 46 items
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S. Rocco

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Physical Description: 36 items

Scope and Content Note

General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
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Santuario della Madonna della Carita

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Physical Description: 71 items

Scope and Content Note

General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, NEGATIVES PROCESSED6
 

Semproniano

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S. Vincenzo

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Physical Description: 16 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: 13th century architecture and architectural sculpture; stoups. Post-medieval: Crucifix; paintings on canvas
 

Sovana

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S. Maria

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Physical Description: 12 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Perugino school; Lorenzo da Viterbo
Antiquities: A roman column
Exterior views show that this 12th-century Romanesque church is accessbile through a portal on the Piazza del Pretorio. Interior views in the Medieval core collection include an 8th-9th century travertine ciborium, a holy water font, a marble scroll border of Christ displaying his wounds, and various paintings. Views in the Hutzel collection are of 15th and 16th century frescoes: the Madonna and Child, St. Barbara, St. Lucy, St. Sebastian, St. Roch, St. Mamiliano, Christ, St. Anthony and St. Lorenzo.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 22, 1982
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SS. Pietro e Paolo, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 14 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Manetti, Domenico
This cathedral was largely built in the 12th and 13th centuries over a preexisting 9th-11th century structure. Exterior views of the romanesque facade focus on the portal and apse where older medieval architectural sculptures have been reused. Interior views also include reused sculptural fragments. Most views are of the 12th-century capitals which have geometric, foliate, animal and Old Testament figural motifs including Adam, Eve, Daniel, Abraham and Isaac. Prints in the Hutzel collection include paintings, the tomb effigy of S. Mamiliano, a holy water font (1456), a baptismal font (1484) and a marble tabernacle (1510).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 22, 1982
 

Grossetto

 

Rocchette

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General views

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Physical Description: 37 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: General views of architecture and architectural sculpture, mostly Medieval, including the Rocca Aldospandesca and S. Cristina
 

Livorno

 

Castiglioncello

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Archaeological Museum

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Physical Description: 8 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Photos of a terracotta vase with details.
General Notes: No Hutzel photo campaign notes. Negatives are missing.
 

Siena

 

Abbadia Isola

 

Abbey (Cistercian)

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S. Salvatore, Abbey church

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Physical Description: 23 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: sarcophagus
Views of the monastery building, the cloister, and, primarily, the interior and exterior of the church.
 

Asciano

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Casa Corboli

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Physical Description: 19 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: School of Ambrogio Lorenzetti
Antiquities: 2nd century AD polychrome mosaic, mascaron or possible fountain. Two pavement mosaics located in basement of building. They have geometric patterns with linked circles and vegetal rosettes. Four-pointed star, triangle and tongue and dart motifs are located in the border. Squares linked by Solomon's knot. tongue and dart
Secular building dating from 13th-14th cent. In the oratorio are frescoes depicting the 4 seasons and other secular scenes.
Object Notes: no negatives of Asciano are available, see "Mosaics" for mounted plates. Hutzel photo campaign date: July 17, 1982.
General Notes: Mounted photos of mosaics are found in Antiquities as well as Hutzel. Additional material in Marburger collection, see nos. 23-24.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Toscana, 1974, pp 553-556
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General Views

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Physical Description: 4 items

Scope and Content Note

View of Tolomei clocktower and fountain.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: July 17, 1982. These views are included in the notes for Oratorio di SS. Fabiano and Sebastiano in this city.
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Museo di Arte Sacra

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Physical Description: 46 items
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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 33 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Giovanni da Asciano; School of della Robbia; Siena
Romanesque-Gothic church and cloister dating from 13th-14th centuries, and somewhat restored in the 20th cent. The interior reflects the style of the 16th century with its classicized pedimental motifs in the architectural detailing. Of note is a terracotta sculptural group by the school of della Robbia, and a fresco cycle of the life and death of Christ by Giovanni da Asciano. There are miscellaneous frescos by artists from the Sienese school of the 17th century.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: July 17, 1982.
General Notes: Prints of exterior in the Medival core collection. There are substantial holdings in the Marburger collection as well, see. nos. 22-23.
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Ss. Fabiano e Sebastiano

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Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: SS. Fabiano e Sebastiano
 

Casole d'Elsa

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Collegiata

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Physical Description: 25 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Gano da Siena; Cieco di Gambassi; Duccio di Buoninsegna, School of
Collegiata was built in 12th century and restored in the 14th century. Exterior photos show church facade and campanile. Photos of interior show general views of the nave and details of a sarcophagus and wooden statues of saints and a bishop (possibly Tommaso Andrei).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. There are possibly prints missing from the Hutzel collection.
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La Canonica

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Physical Description: 18 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Lippo Vanni
Interior views of the galleries as well as early Renaissance architectural sculpture.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1983
General Notes: La Canonica is now the museum which houses the art works which were produced for La Collegiata of the town. La Canonica was the room which the canonical hours were read and canon law discussed.
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S. Niccolo

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Physical Description: 13 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of facade of Romanesque church with campanile. Interior photos show general shots and specific shots of the vault, with its paintings. Negatives of the interior show details of the vault paintings, among which are the 4 Evangelists, Mary Magdalen, and a possible to St. reference to the St. Nicholas legend of the impoverished daughters.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. It is possible that some prints are missing from the Hutzel collection.
 

Colle di Val d'Elsa

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General views

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Physical Description: 11 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: views of the town from the surrounding countryside, tunnel view and several street views, including the Tower called by Arnolfo di Cambio.
Object Notes: Two Hutzel photo campaigns: November 29, 1984 and another undated. Most of these views were probably part of the 1984 campaign. While original Hutzel nos. were kept, photos and negs. have been catalogued according to monument and so do not correspond closely with the notes. Additionally, there are many more negatives than prints, but the negs. seem to correspond fairly closely to the town in terms of terrain and architecture.
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Palazzo Campana

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Physical Description: 6 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Giuliano di Baccio d'Agnolo
There are distant views of this mannerist monument, and detail views of the portal and one window.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984.
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Palazzo dei Priori

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Physical Description: 11 items

Scope and Content Note

Museo Civico
Arnolfo di Cambio
Exterior views of the building. Art works are filed under the Museo Civico.
Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984.
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Palazzo del Municipio

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Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior photographs only.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984.
General Notes: Notes for this monument are included under general notes.
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Palazzo Nobile

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

There are four exterior views, including portal and window details.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984
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Palazzo Pretorio

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Three exterior views of palazzo.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984.
General Notes: Like other smaller individual monuments in this town, the notes for this monument are included in the general notes.
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Porta Nuova

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Physical Description: 8 items

Scope and Content Note

Two views, one frontal and one lateral, of the 15th-16th c. portal, probably based on a design of Giuliano da Sangallo.
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S. Caterina

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Physical Description: 6 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views only of 15th cent. church.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984
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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 41 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture; funerary monuments. Post-medieval: Architecture; fresco; architectural sculpture; paintings on canvas
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign for this monument is undated.
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S. Maria in Canonica

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Physical Description: 4 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views only of 13th cent. church, recently restored.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984.
General Notes: Notes for this monument are included under general notes.
 

Montalcino (environs)

 

Abbey of S. Antimo

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Abbey church

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Physical Description: 303 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Azzone dei Porcari; Sodoma (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi); Spinello Aretino
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (9th century, 1118, c. 1250), wooden crucifix, painting, frescoes. Post-medieval: Fresco depicting the Resurrection
Object Notes: Two photocampaigns were made of this site, one of which occurred in 1983. Hutzel's notes document only the 1983 campaign; these prints are all found in the Medieval core collection.
General Notes: When these photos were sent, mislabelling of prints and negatives had occurred. Intermingling with prints and negatives of S. Agostino may have occurred. Please note that negative sleeves have been labeled Abbazia di S. Antimo.
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Chiese

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Physical Description: 35 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Views of two unidentified churches in Montalcino . Post-medieval: Views of an unidentified church in Montalcino
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Farmacia dell'Ospedale

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Physical Description: 37 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sodoma (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi)
Post-medieval: Frescoes
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General Views

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Physical Description: 26 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Unidentified structures in town center
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Madonna del Soccorso

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Physical Description: 4 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture
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Museo Civico

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Physical Description: 365 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Entire manuscript. Manuscripts. Post-medieval: Sculpture and ceramics from local workshops (2nd half 12th century; Sienese maiolica; 14th century weapons
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Museo Diocesano

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Physical Description: 165 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bartolo di Fredi; Duccio di Buoninsegna; Girolamo di Benvenuto del Guasta; Lorenzetti, Ambrogio; Martini, Simone; Sodoma (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi); Domenico di Niccolo dei Cori; Giovanni di Turino; Francesco di Valdambrino
Post-medieval: Painting, sculpture
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Rocca

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Physical Description: 34 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Foresi, Mino; Domenico di Feo
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (1361, 1559 additions)
Object Notes: The Rocca was built using elements of adjoining S. Martino and S. Giovanni
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S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 185 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Siena
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (14th century). Post-medieval: Frescoes (12th century) depicting saints, life of S. Agostino, the resurrection
General Notes: When these negatives were sent there was confusion with identifying these prints and negatives and those of S. Antimo. Some intermingling MAY still exist.
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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 73 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, frescoes
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S. Salvatore (Duomo)

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Physical Description: 37 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architectural sculpture (detached), remains of original church built c. 1000 . Post-medieval: Architecture (neo-classical remodelling c. 1818-32); painting; sculpture
 

Monte Amiata

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Abbazia di S. Salvatore

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Physical Description: 62 items

Scope and Content Note

Lombard church dating perhaps from the 8th century. Exterior views of facade. Interior views of nave, raised apse, few paintings and architectural details.
Object Notes: No Hutzel campaign notes.
 

Poggibonsi

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S. Lucchese

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Physical Description: 210 items
 

Radicondoli

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Collegiate church

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Physical Description: 31 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Pietro di Domenico; Niccolo Tegliacci
Six exterior views of 16th c. church, including facade, clock tower, 17th c. portal, right and left flanks. Interior views of nave, altars, altar paintings, and painting details.
box 418

General views

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Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of city walls and portals.
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Palazzo del Municipio

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Two views of 15th c. facade.
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S. Simone

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Physical Description: 40 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Della Robbia, Andrea
Six exterior views of 12th c. church, elongated in 14th c., including facade, flank, apse and courtyard. Interior views of single nave and altar, travertine capitals and sculpture.
General Notes: Two sets of prints made from a single set of negatives.
 

Serre di Rapolano

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General views

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Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: General views of architecture and architectural sculpture
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Palazzo di Giustizia

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Physical Description: 27 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: School of Siena
Medieval: Gothic architecture (restored) and architectural sculpture; fragments of fresco (14th century)
Object Notes: Includes attached loggia.
 

Sinalunga

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S. Bernardino

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Physical Description: 42 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Guididoccio Cozzarelle; Guidoccio Cozzarelli; Benvenuto di Giovanni
Exterior views of portal. Portal and vestibule date from the 15th cent. The church, with its octagonal cupola, date from the 17th cent. Interior views include: 4 of the Stations of the Cross, located in the vestibule; and frescoes of the Annunciation, a Baptism of Christ, and a Madonna & Child, which was painted in 1486 by Guidoccio Cozzarelli. There are also photos of architectural details of the octagonal cupola and of a wooden crucifix.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: March 7, 1983. Although there are notes for only one campaign, there is a second set of photos similar to, but not exactly like, the recorded set. The original numbers of this second set do not correspond to the numbers on the notes.
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Series XV. Umbria

Physical Description: 69 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Umbria with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically by city, general views of the city/historic center, and monument name.
 

Perguia

 

Arrone

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S. Giovanni

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Physical Description: 33 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of the interior, exterior, and interior frescoes.
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S. Maria

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Physical Description: 55 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of the exterior, interior naves, and extensive coverage of the frescoes.
 

Beroide

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Parish church

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Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of the facade and gothic portal (Medieval core collection). Views of baroque interior and paintings.
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S. Antonio Abate

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Physical Description: 26 items

Scope and Content Note

Six prints, five views of exterior and one general view of interior. Remaining views are of frescoes by Benozzo Gozzoli. One view of unidentified castle.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (l978) p. 217.
 

Bettona

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Palazzo Boccaioni

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Physical Description: 15 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
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Palazzo Podesta

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Physical Description: 48 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: Pinacoteca
Artist Name: Perugino (Pietro di Cristoforo di Vannucci); Fiorenzo di Lorenzo; Doni, Adone; Tiberio d'Assisi
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, frescos, decorative arts
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Umbria, p. 142
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S. Maria Maggiore

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Physical Description: 30 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: Piazza Cavour
Artist Name: Niccolo di Liberatore; Dottori, Gerardo; Perugino (Pietro di Cristoforo di Vannucci)
Antiquities: Architectural fragments
Medieval: 13th century architecture. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco painting, 17th century remodel
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Umbria, p. 142
 

Bevagna

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Convento dell'Annunziata

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Physical Description: 47 items
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general views

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Physical Description: 2 items
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general views

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Physical Description: 7 items
box 430

Pinacoteca F. Torti

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Physical Description: 41 items
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S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 65 items
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S. Filippo Neri

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Physical Description: 1 item
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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 46 items
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S. Michele

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Physical Description: 7 items
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S. Silvestro

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Physical Description: 6 items
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Santuario della Madonna delle Grazie

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Physical Description: 44 items
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SS. Domenico e Giacomo

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Physical Description: 104 items
 

Borgo Cerreto

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S. Lorenzo

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Physical Description: 18 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Angelucci, Camillo; Giovanni lo Spagna
Photos of exterior views only. Some photos of interior views, but most prints show the apse frescoes with details and the paintings and frescoes along the side walls. The apse frescoes show crucifixions and the other paintings show saints and the Madonna.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: February 19, 1983.
 

Bovara

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S. Pietro di Bovara

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Physical Description: 100 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, Romanesque (12th century). Campanile added on to in 1582. Restored facade with rose and bifora windows, decorative friezes, and inscription. Interior is barrel vaulted with a trifora window; wooden crucifix (12th century); sculpture and carved choir stalls; stoups. Post-medieval: Architecture, Renaissance: cloister with a two-story loggia; modern presbytery; fresco
 

Campello sul Clitunno

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Chiesa della Bianca

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Physical Description: 42 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Cione, Giovan Pietro di Taddeo; Valadier, Giuseppe; Angelucci, Fabio di Gaspare; Lo Spagna
Post-medieval: Architecture, 16th century (1529) with portal by Cione; interior decoration and frescos (16-19th centuries) by Valadier, Angelucci, and lo Spagna
 

Campi Vecchio

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S. Salvatore

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Physical Description: 48 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Nicola da Siena; Domenico da Leonessa; Antonio Sparapane; Ottaviano nelli Gubbio; Giovanni Sparapane
Present church built in 14th cent. over the ruins of a Roman temple. The remains of the temple were removed to the National Museum in Perugia. Present church restored in 1970s. Interior views include iconostasis with saints, frescoes including scenes of the Adoration, the Last Supper and the Lamentation. Frescoes of the 4 Evangelists are in the vault. Also paintings of prophets, including David, Isaiah and Daniel. Saints include S. Sebastian. A large wooden cross, possibly dating from the 14th cent., was placed over the altar.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: July 10, 1982
General Notes: No prints for exterior views. Missing prints may be in Medieval core collection.
 

Caso

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Parish church

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Physical Description: 4 items
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S. Cristina

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Physical Description: 43 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Perinus Cesareus Perusinus; Lo Spagna
Medieval: Architecture . Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco painting
Object Notes: Negatives are missing that were previously accounted for.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Umbria, p. 376
 

Castel San Felice

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S. Felice di Narco

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Physical Description: 70 items

Scope and Content Note

Extensive coverage of surrounding town and exterior church facade, including portal, windows, and bell tower. Interior views of altars and paintings.
 

Cerreto di Spoleto

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Chiesa dell'Annunziata

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Physical Description: 25 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Felice Damiani; Giuseppe Ghezzi
Ove overall view of the medieval town; views of the facade and interior decoration; views of a 15th century baptismal font; many views of the of the Baroque sculpture and paintings which adorn the side chapels.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1983
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S. Giacomo

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Physical Description: 54 items
 

Cesi

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S. Antonio

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Physical Description: 40 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Tommaso da Cortona; Tommaso Arcangelo; Maesti di Casi; Dossale del Maestro di Cesi
Exterior views of church, including portals. Interior views of church. Sculptures of the Crucifixion, Saints Peter and Paul, Saint Onofrio and Dead Christ. Renaissance paintings. Frescoes of Madonna and Child with Saints and Crucifixion.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1982.
 

Citta della Pieve

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Madonna della Fatima

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Physical Description: 18 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Alfani, Domenico di Paride; Pomarancio, Nicolo
Exterior views of the thirteenth-century facade and cloister. Interior views of the domed interior, frescoed pendentives, and baroque altarpieces.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November, 8 1982
General Notes: The Santuario della Madonna di Fatima was previously the church of S. Francesco.
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Oratorio di S. Bartolomeo

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Physical Description: 12 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Maestro degli Ordini
Views of the interior frescoes and wooden ceiling beams. The fresco of the Crucifixion with Saints, also known as the "Pianto degli angeli" by the Maestro degli Ordini dates to circa 1375-1400 according to the Marburg Index.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 8, 1982
General Notes: This oratory is either attached to or in the vicinity of the sancturary of the Madonna della Fatima.
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Pozzo del Casalino

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Physical Description: 4 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of building and well.
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S. Lucia

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Physical Description: 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Zuccari, Federico; Nicolo Pomarancio; G. Brandi; Girolamo Troppa
Views of details of the 17th century painting and architectural decoration; in addition, details of a 14th century fresco cycle.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 8, 1982
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S. Maria della Mercede

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Physical Description: 17 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Perugino
One view of the 17th century facade of the church; interior views show details of a fesco by Perugino.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1982
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Santuario della Madonna di Mongiovino

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Physical Description: 84 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Rocco di Tommaso; Nicolo Pomarancio; Giuliano da Verona; Bernardino da Siena; Lorenzo da Carrara; Arrigo Fiammingo; Johannes Wraghe; Arrigo Francesco di Alessandro da Fiesole; Valentino Martelli; Giovanni Patrizi; Mattia Battini di Citta di Castello
Views of the 16th century exterior include details of the portal sculpture. Interior views show details of the marble and stucco work, iconostasis, frescoed dome, altar paintings and marble statues.
Object Notes: Photo campaign date: 1982. This monument was previously catalogued as located in the city of Mongiovino.
General Notes: Many negatives of this monument can be found in the Marburg Index of Italian monuments under "Panicale-Mongiovino," fiche 286.
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SS. Gervasio e Protasio (Duomo)

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Physical Description: 85 items
 

Corciano

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santuario della Madonna del Soccorso

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Physical Description: 49 items
 

Foligno (environs)

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Abbazia di Sassovivo (Benedictine)

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Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Pietro de Maria; Nicola Vassalletto; Alessio di Beraldo; Marco da Roma
Exterior views of this Benedictine Abbey in the woods focus on the 13th-century cloister arcades and 14th-century blind arcade, comprised of colonnettes of different styles. Cloister views also include a well-head; and on the east cloister wall are heraldic devices among which figure a pair of lions, a cross, and crossed keys. Interior views focus on fresco fragments, including a depiction of the Last Supper with baroque columns. One view shows the names of the first abbots, architects, and stone masons of the abbey engraved in marble.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 6, 1982
General Notes: The artists named above are architects and stone masons who worked on the cloister.
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ex chiesa dell'Annunziata

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Physical Description: 31 items

Scope and Content Note

Prints and negatives of this monument have been assigned numbers 1-20 to fuse Hutzel's ex chiesa dell'Annunziata sequence with the sequence mistakenly labelled chiesa dell'Ospedale. Views are of the exterior facade and the interior altars, cupola, paintings, crucifix and architectural sculpture.
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Monastery of S. Anna

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Physical Description: 155 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Lattanzio di Niccolo di Liberatore da Foligno; Mezzastris, Pierantonio
Post-medieval: 15th and 16th century frescos
Object Notes: Contains two sets of duplicate photographs
General Notes: also known as monstero delle Contesse
Accompanying Material: TCI/Umbria (1978) pp. 281-82
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Nunziatella

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Physical Description: 42 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Perugino (Pietro di Cristoforo di Vannucci); Lattanzio di Niccolo di Liberatore da Foligno
Post-medieval: 15th century architecture (b. 1494), paintings on canvas, frescoes . Church facade and interior altars and altar paintings.
General Notes: Two sets of prints made from the same negatives have been fused into a single numerical sequence.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Umbria (1978) p. 280
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Palazzo Trinci

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Physical Description: 124 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Niccolo di Liberatore; Odoardo Poggi; Mezzastris, Pierantonio; Gozzoli, Benozzo; Piermarini, Giuseppe; Ugolino di Gisberto; Bernardino di Mariotto; Doni, Adone; Bartolomeo di Tommaso da Foligno
Post-medieval: 14th century architecture (1389-1407), 19th century facade (1841-47), paintings on canvas, paintings on panel, frescoes, minor arts
Object Notes: pinocoteca is on second floor (no neg.s to date)
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI 1978, pp 275-278
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S. Bartolomeo

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Physical Description: 37 items

Scope and Content Note

Piermarini, Giuseppe; Lattanzio di Niccolo di Liberatore da Foligno; Damiani, Felice; Parrocel, Etienne I; Niccolo di Liberatore
Post-medieval: 15th century architecture (1415), largely renovated in the 18th century, stucco decoration, paintings on canvas and panel, frescos, wooden furnishings
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S. Domenico

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Physical Description: 25 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Mezzastris, Pierantonio
Medieval: 13th century architecture (1251), 14th century campanile . Post-medieval: frescoes, stucco, wooden sculpture, paintings on panel, paintings on canvas
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI p. 278
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S. Feliciano, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 68 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: S. Feliciano, Cathedral
Artist Name: Raphael; Mattioli, Bartolomeo; Cola di Matteucio da Caprarola; Salvi, Filippo; Baglioni, Bartolomeo (Baccio d'Angelo); Bartolomei, Enrico; Piermarini, Giuseppe da Foligno; Niccolo di Liberatore; Pizzoni, Francesco; Mancini, Francesco; Maini, Giovanni Battista; Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger); Strada, Vespasiano; Croce, Baldassare (il Baldassarino); Lazzarini, Giovanni Andrea; Binello; Rodolfo
Antiquities: spolia
Medieval: 12th-13th century architecture (begun 1133), 12th century crypt . Post-medieval: 16th-20th century architectural renovations and restorations, architecural sculpture, mosaic, paintings on canvas, paintings on panel, sculpture, sculpture in wood, sculpture in silver, stucco, fresco
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Umbria, pp 274-275
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S. Giovanni in Profiamma

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Physical Description: 23 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Maestro Filippo
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, stone ciborium, metal crucifix. This church was constructed in the 11th-12th centuries from the remains of Roman buildings. The portal was built by a Master Filippo (1239), whose works are also known in Ancona. The interior of the church consists of a single nave, a presbytery and a crypt below. The columns of the crypt are spolia from earlier buildings, including an architrave from an 8th century structure.
Object Notes: Foligno environs.
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S. Maria in Campis

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Physical Description: 81 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Niccolo di Liberatore; Mezzastris, Pierantonio
Post-medieval: 15th century architecture (begun 1452)
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI 1978, pp 282-283
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S. Maria Infraportas

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Physical Description: 50 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Ugolino di Gisberto; Mezzastris, Pierantonio
Medieval: frescoes paintings on panel, wooden sculptures. Post-medieval: frescoes, paintings on panel, paintings on canvas, stucco, baptismal font, architectural sculpture
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Umbria, 1978, p. 278
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Via Mazzini

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Physical Description: 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior photos of street and miscellaneous architecture.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: June 18, 1984. The negatives are missing and may be filed under another monument in Foligno.
 

Gubbio

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Chiesa della Madonna del Prato

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Physical Description: 60 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of the Baroque archtecture of the church; interior photos show the extensive Baroque painting, sculpture and stucco decoration.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1982.
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Palazzo dei Consoli

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Physical Description: 99 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Nelli, Ottaviano di Martino; Nelli, Tommaso di Martino; Angelo da Orvieto; Francesco Signorelli; Pier Francesco Fiorentino; Crivelli; Pietro Alemanno; Pseudo Palmerucci; Matteo Balducci; Antonio Danesi; Frederico Damiani; Spagnoletto; Rutilio Manetti; Andrea Sacchi; Procaccini; Bendetto Nucci; Agabiti, Pietro Paolo; Ibi, Sinibaldo; Marco Marziale; Zuccarelli; Barocci; Caravaggio
Antiquities: Roman mosaic pavement (2nd century A.D., Iguvium); Etruscan bronze vessels; Roman sarcophagus; various fragments of relief sculpture and pottery. Many of these views are found in the Antiquities core collection, but all negatives are stored with the Hutzel collection negatives.
Views of the palazzo's medieval exterior--crenellations and romanesque arches. Interior views of the huge Salone with displays of Medieval and Roman artifacts. The objects in the Pinacoteca and Museo Civico include a glass chalice painted in oils, a wood intarsia desk, frescoes, reliquaries, crucifixes, polyptychs, diptychs, and various other altar paintings, as well as some secular paintings by the Venetian school. Subjects of paintings include: the three Graces, the Assumption, Crucifixion, Death of Rachel, Flight into Egypt, Holy Family, Madonna and Child, S. Ubaldo, S. Francesco, S. Chiara, S. Crescentino, S. Vicenzo, S. Lazaro, S. Scholastica, S. Paolo and numerous other saints.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1982.
General Notes: The Palazzo dei Consoli houses the collections of the Museo Civico and and Pinacoteca Comunale. Views of the Salone, on the ground floor of the palazzo, are catalogued under the Palazzo dei Consoli, together with views of the Museo Civico and the Pinacoteca Comunale.
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Palazzo Ranghiasci-Brancaleoni

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Ranghiasci, Francesco
Three views of the neoclassical facade.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 1982.
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S. Domenico

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Physical Description: 52 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Colle, Raffaello del; Nelli, Ottaviano di Martino; Damiani, Felice; Nelli, Tommaso di Martino; Allegrini, Francesco; Mezzastris; Baglione, Giovanni; Eugubina school (1982)
Exterior views of the church in the Medieval core collection show a 14th-century facade. Most views are of the restored baroque interior (1765): the altar paintings which line the nave, chapel ceiling frescoes of the four Evangelists, wood intarsia choirstalls and a pulpit. Painting subjects include: the Last Supper, S. Domenico, S. Vincenzo Ferreri, S. Chiara, S. Martino, St. Peter Martyr, St. Francis, St. John the Baptist, the Annunciation, the Three Magi, the Flagellation, Mary Magdalene, and Christ Entombed.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 8, 1982
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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 33 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bevignate da Perugia; Benedetto Nucci; Bernardino di Nanni dell' Eugenia; Nelli, Ottaviano di Martino
Exterior views of this church include: the octagonal bell tower, polygonal apse, ogival windows, rose window and courtyard. The interior views focus on the apse chapel fresco cycles, one with scenes from the Life of the Virgin, and the other with scenes from the life of St. Francis of Assisi (14th and 15th centuries). Other fresco and painting subjects include: the Crucifixion, the Deposition, and Christ Pantokrator.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 11, 1982.
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S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 52 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sebastiano Stefanelli; B. Brozzi; Nucci, Virgilio; Allegrini, Francesco; Manetti, Rutilio; Nasini, Giuseppe Nicola; Manni, Giannicola di Paolo; Colle, Raffaello del; Maffei, Antonio; Maffei, G.B.; Giovanni Billori; Domenico Verciani; Enrico Tolignati; Francesco di Giorgio Martini; Giovanni Girilli
Immured in the 13th-century facade of this gothic church are some remnants of 11th-century architectural sculpture. In contrast to the stark exterior, the interior views reveal a rich baroque remodelling. Shallow niched altars line the nave. Organs stand above the entrance and the main altar. The seventeenth-century altar paintings include the following subjects: S. Ubaldo, the Archangel Michael, the Martyrdom of S. Bartolomeo, S. Bernardo Tolomei, S. Chiara, S. Mauro, S. Nicola, S. Placide, S. Sebastiano, the Nativity and the Visitation. Interior views also include the fresco by Raffaellino del Colle (16th century) and painted stucco decoration (17th century).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 17, 1982
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S. Secondo

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Physical Description: 35 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Giacomo di Benedetto Bedi; Nocchi, Bernardino; Tofanelli, Stefano
Exterior views of the polygonal apse of trefoiled arches and cloister portals. Interior views include frescoes of the Life of St. Sebastian in the Cappella di Sebastiano o Panfili (15th century); votive frescoes of the Madonna and Child; paintings of the Death of St. Joseph and the Martyrdom of S. Secondo; a painted crucifix; and stucco work and paintings in the Salone Zucchari (which are missing their negatives). In the Medieval core collection are details of an 8th-century altar--the sole remains of the abbey church S. Donato di Pulpiano.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 1982.
 

Limigiano

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S. Michele

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Physical Description: 24 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Camassei, Andrea; Gentile da Fabriano; Alunno, Niccolo
Exterior views of romanesque church and cloister, with details of west facade reliefs and double-window. Interior views of the kitchen and refectory. Interior views of the church focus on frescoes: the Martyrdom of St. Sebastian, Madonna and Child, Crucifixion, Saint Michael. Also, a view of a 15th century bapitsmal font and painting of the Madonna and Child with Saint John the Baptist.
 

Massa Martana (environs)

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S. Maria in Pantano

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Physical Description: 11 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Roman gravestones used as altar bases, a Roman column used as a font, a reused historiated relief and frieze.
Exterior views of the Medieval architecture of the church: rose window, gothic portal, and tower. Interior views depict details of Medieval fresco fragments, columns and capitals, and a wooden crucifix.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 28, 1984
 

Montefalco

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S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 34 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Cola di Petrucciolo; Gozzoli, Benozzo; Mezzastris, Pierantonio; Alfani, Domenico di Paride; Scuola Eugubina (Gubbio School); Nelli, Ottaviano di Martino; Lorenzetti, Ambrogio; Ugolino di Gisberto; Umbrian School; Siena; Foligno Master (15th century); Barocci, Federico
Exterior views of the 13th century architecture of the church; interior views include frescoes dating from the 14th-16th centuries. Fresco subjects include the Madonna and Child, the Annunciation, the Coronation, the Madonna of the Misericordia, and the following saints: Pietro, Fortunato, Paolo, Severo, Agostino, Nicola da Tolentino and Caterina d'Alessandria.
Object Notes: One composite view of the interior is found in the Italy Oversize box in the Medieval core collection (H-7, H-8).
General Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 27, 1982
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S. Bartolomeo

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Physical Description: 27 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: Piazza Dante
Artist Name: Cozza, Francesco
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Umbria, p. 289.
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S. Chiara

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Physical Description: 52 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Gozzoli, Benozzo; Foligno School; Giotto; Siena
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (16th century renovations); frescoes (14-15th century); sculpture Cloisters museum: sculpture, metalwork, painted crucifix, frescoes.
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S. Fortunato

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Physical Description: 32 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Tiberio d'Assisi; Gozzoli, Benozzo; Mezzastris, Bernardino; Melanzio, Francesco
Exterior views of the 15th century architecture of the church; interior views offer details of the fresco cycles in both the cloister and refectoryy.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1982
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S. Illuminata

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Physical Description: 25 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Tiberio d'Assisi; Melanzio, Francesco; Mezzastris, Bernardino
Exterior views of the 15th century architecture of the church; interior views of the 16th century fresco decoration.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1982.
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Santuario della Madonna della Stella

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Physical Description: 37 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Santini, Giovanni; Mariani, Cesare; Pollastrini, Enrico; Overbeck, Friedrich; Mancinelli, Giuseppe; Sereni, Giuseppe; Bontulli, Paolo
Exterior views of the 19th century architecture of the church; interior views show the Baroque decortion including painted altarpieces as well as stucco and marble work.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1982.
 

Montesanto

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General views

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Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Content Note

Views in Hutzel are of the streets of Montesanto, ruins in the vicinity, and distant views of the town and surrounding countryside. These views form part of numerical sequence for Montesanto, S. Maria.
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S. Maria, Parish church

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Physical Description: 63 items

Scope and Content Note

coverage includes views of the church facade, interior views of the nave and altar, and views of paintings by Virgilio Nucci, Camillo Angelucci, and others.
 

Nocera Umbra

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Clausura

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Physical Description: 8 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Interior views of unidentified structure
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S. Filippo

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Physical Description: 17 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Grandi, Francesco
Post-medieval: Modern church in romanesque gothic style. Altar painting "La morte di S. Filippo con apparizione della Madonna" by Grandi
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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 68 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: Pinacoteca Comunale
Artist Name: Cimabue; Maestro di San Francesco; Niccolo di Liberatore; Matteo da Gualdo; Ercole Ramazzani; School of Umbria, 14th century; Rocco da Tommaso; Byzantine (15th century); Segna di Bonaventura
Post-medieval: Exterior views of architecture and architectural sculpture of S. Francesco Pinacoteca: fresco fragments, panel painting, polyptych, painting, miscelaneous architectural fragments
 

Norcia

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Castellina

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Physical Description: 51 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of exterior and courtyard; views of sculptures, frescoes, and crosses in museum collection (housed in the Castlellina).
General Notes: Some of the objects belong in the Palazzo Comunale museum; these have been reassigned numbers in that monument sequence. A number of prints, last noted as stored in Medieval section, are now missing, but we have the negatives which, where possible, have been assigned numbers corresponding to the Hutzel guide.
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Madonna della Neve

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Physical Description: 67 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of surrounding countryside; exterior views with details capitals; interior views of octagonal cupola, altars, and details frescoes by the Angelucci brothers.
General Notes: There are no negatives for this monument sequence.
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Palazzo Comunale

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Physical Description: 46 items

Scope and Content Note

Six exterior views; remaining views are of the art objects housed in the structure.
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S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 66 items

Scope and Content Note

Three prints of the exterior; the rest of the coverage is of the interior nave, altar, choir, crucifix, paintings, frescoes, and sacristy. Other prints form part of the numerical sequence for S. Agostino, even though the two monuments have never been part of the same complex. Coverage is primarily of the carved wood ceiling and the sculpture embedded in it.
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S. Benedetto

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Physical Description: 33 items

Scope and Content Note

Coverage is of the crypt and crypt paintings, the church exterior, and the nave and altars, but most of the views are of paintings.
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S. Giovanni

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Physical Description: 39 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of facade, flanks, and two portals; interior views of altars, ceiling, sculpture, crucifix, paintings, and ciborium.
 

Pale

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Eremo di S. Maria Giacobbe

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Physical Description: 83 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, fresco wall decoration. This structure was partly sculpted out of the rocks on the hillside and its interior is completely covered with frescoes dating from the 14th and 15th centuries. Above the main altar is a representation of S. Maria Giacobbe, by Lattanzio di Nicolo (1507).
Object Notes: 2 sets of prints: earlier set does not have any negatives. Most prints from the second set are duplicates of the first.
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Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 12 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: School of Umbria, 14th century; Damiani, Felice
Medieval: Sculpture. Polychromed wooden statue of the Madonna and Child; a work of the Umbrian school from the first half of the 14th century. Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting. In a side altar is placed a painting of the Madonna and Child with saints, dated to 1584 and signed by Felice Damiani.
Object Notes: 2 sets of prints: the earliest set does not have negatives, but the prints in both sets are almost identical.
 

Paterno

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Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 28 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Rocco di Tommaso
Post-medieval: Painting, baptismal font by Rocco da Vicenza (school)
 

Perugia

 

Convent

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S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 139 items

Scope and Content Note

Interior views with emphasis on paintings and sculpture; extensive views of illuminated manuscripts (negatives not printed).
General Notes: There are no prints assigned H-#s 43-57.
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Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria

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Physical Description: 75 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of Umbrian painting and sculpture.
 

Piedipaterno sul Nera

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Romitorio

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Physical Description: 27 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture; fragments of votive frescoes by Umbria School artist (15th century, 17th century); pascal candle; pulpit
 

Pieve di Confine

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Cascina Romanica

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Physical Description: 18 items

Scope and Content Note

Prints show old building (church?) with animal motifs and vegetation on the portal. Other exterior photos show a rounded apse end with niches.
Object Notes: No Hutzel notes.
 

Pieve Pagliaccia

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Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 11 items

Scope and Content Note

Small church with rose window and a small campanile. Interior photos show fragments of frescoes in late Medieval and early Renaissance styles.
Object Notes: No Hutzel notes.
 

Ponte

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S. Maria

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Physical Description: 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of church and apse end. Interior views of nave and paintings in the vaults, including the four Evangelists.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign dated: February 19, 1983. Notes are filed under Borgo Cerreto.
 

Postignano

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Castello

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Physical Description: 18 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Civil architecture (14th century) . Post-medieval: Polygonal keep
 

Rocca S. Angelo

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S. Maria in Arce, Convent church

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Physical Description: 33 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bartolomeo Caporali; Slavatore da Assisi; Matteo da Gualdo; School of Perugino
Exterior views of facade, apse and cloister. Interior views of altar, paintings and votive frescoes (14th-16th c.)
 

S. Giorgio

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Parish church

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Physical Description: 41 items

Scope and Content Note

These photographs were formerly filed under Norcia. Prints of the two exterior views are lost or missing. Remaining coverage is of the church interior, mostly of the frescoes.
 

S. Mamiliano

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S. Biagio

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Physical Description: 53 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Mezzastris, Bernardino; Siculo, Iacopo
Medieval: Architecture (15th century) . Post-medieval: Frescoes (Hutzel attributes to Mezzastris School); painting by Iacopo Siculo (1530); sculpture including statues, busts, baptismal font, monstrance
 

San Giacomo di Spoleto

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S. Giacomo

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Physical Description: 90 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Lo Spagna; Doni, Dono; Pittore di Poreta; Angeloni, Fabio; Camassei, Andrea; Bernardino d'Assisi
One exterior view and many negatives of this thirteenth-century church. Interior views focus on the apse and side chapel frescoes. In the apse: St. Mary Magdalen, St. Apollonia, St. James and two of his miracles, the Coronation of the Virgin. In the Cappella S. Sebastiano: St. Sebastian, St. Roch and Pope Gregory (1528 frescoes by Lo Spagna). To the right of the apse: the Madonna, Angels, Saints Peter, Anthony Abbot, and Bartholomew. Also views of altar paintings, reliquaries, gilt crucifix, and two wooden candle holders/statues of boys (17th century).
Object Notes: Hutzel made two photo campaigns of this church, first on February 7, 1982 and then on January 31, 1983. There are only 50 different views for the 82 prints. Thus it seems that most of the photographs come from the same campaign though Hutzel made two separate worksheets. The photos have been renumbered.
 

Sant'Anatolia di Narco

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S. Maria delle Grazie

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Physical Description: 22 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Master of Eggi; Cesarei, Piero; Mezzastris, Pierantonio; Pier Matteo Piergili
Exterior views of this 16th century church are found in the Medieval core collection. Views of the romanesque interior focus mainly on the apse frescoes. In the sacristy are wooden crucifixes and two paintings of interesting iconograhpy: one of a female saint with a knife in her neck next to a dragon (perhaps St. Lucy or St. Martha?), and one of a young Christ asleep on a cross in front of Joseph and Mary. He is amidst objects such as a skull, dice, a knife and ear, carpentry tools, Veronica's veil, and perhaps Judas' silver.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: February 7, 1982
 

Scheggino

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S. Nicolo

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Physical Description: 42 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Lo Spagna; Giovanni di Girolamo; Cesarei, Picro; Abbatini, Guidubaldo; Piermarino di Giacomo
Post-medieval: Built 13th century, remodelled 16th century. Architecture; frescoes by Spagna, with Giovanni di Girolamo and Piermarino di Giacomo; in cappella del Rosario painting by Pierino Cesarei da Perugia (1595), and painting by Guidobaldo Abbatini
 

Sellano

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S. Maria

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Physical Description: 24 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, fresco painting, sculpture, painting
 

Spello

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General views

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Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Content Note

Only one panoramic view of Spello is found in the Hutzel collection, but many negatives exist. Negatives filed under General views also include unidentified buildings and sculptures, such as bas-reliefs, fountains, and capitals.
Hutzel photo campaign date of Spello: September 14, 1983
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Palazzo Comunale

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Physical Description: 35 items

Scope and Content Note

Maestro Prode; Cola di Petrucciolo; Nicolo di Liberatore da Foligno; Corbo, Tommaso; Mezzastris, Bernardino; Gozzoli, Benozzo; Zuccari, Federico
Exterior views of this Romanesque-Gothic structure (13th-14th centuries) include a courtyard with a well, a wooden loggia, and the frescoed cross-vault of a portico. Views of the interior focus on two rooms. The baroque room is decorated with a ceiling fresco (18th century) of landscapes, nude figures holding portrait-shields of eminent citizens, and a balustrade. What Hutzel calls the "Zucarri Salon" or "Pinacoteca" is filled with religious paintings, frescoes, marble busts, crucifixes, a German sculpture of the Pieta (15th century), and a diptych by Petruccioli.
Hutzel photo campaign date: September 14, 1983
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S. Girolamo

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Physical Description: 46 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Mezzastris, Bernardino; Mezzastris, Pierantonio; Pinturicchio; Rocco di Tommaso; Corbo, Tommaso
Exterior views of this church (1474) focus on its cloister and a Renaissance portico of the Ionic order. In the portico are frescoes of S. Girolamo and also of the Stigmatization of St. Francis. The baroque interior (17th century) is overflowing with statues and paintings. The ceiling is frescoed with illusional architecture, wreaths, and a central oval with putti and S. Girolamo. Views focus on Pinturicchio's Marriage of the Virgin and a fresco by Mezzastris of the Madonna and Child with St. Sebastian and St. Roch.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: September 1983
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S. Lorenzo

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Physical Description: 64 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Lo Spagna; Pinturicchio; Cruciano Egidiucci da Bettona; Flaminio Vacca da Roma; Ascensidonio Spacca (Il Fantino); De Castello Flander; Frans van de Kasteele di Bruxelles; Lodovico Caffarelli da Castello; Carlo Lorenti; Teodosio Quintavilla; Andrea Campano da Modena; Francesco Costantini; Paolo Vanni; Piermarini; Bazzani, Cesare; Mezzastris, Pierantonio; Corbo, Tommaso; Gozzoli, Benozzo
Antiquities: Roman spolia: funerary inscriptions and plutei around the portal.
S. Lorenzo (1120) stands on the site of the former S. Ercolano. Exterior views of the portal (13th century) and facade (remodelled in 1540). Interior views focus on the painting and sculpture (15th-18th centuries): marble intarsia baptismal font (1607); main altar baldachin (an imitation of the one in St. Peter's, Rome); wood intarsia choirstalls; wooden wardrobe and chest in the Sacristy with the intarsiaed figured of Moses, Noah and Zaccariah; wooden pulpit with bas-reliefs of the Martyrdom of S. Lorenzo; frescoes in the neoclassical Cappella dell'Incoronata; marble tabernacle in the Cappella del Sacramento; baroque altar of St. Catherine; frescoes of the Madonna and Child (by Gozzoli), S. Lorenzo, and S. Bernardino da Siena; altar painting of the Glorification of Souls in Purgatory; gilt statue of S. Nicola; and various other paintings, frescoes and statues.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: September 14, 1983
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S. Maria della Rotonda

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Physical Description: 59 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Giovanni and Bartolino da Domodossola; Simone Mosca da Terezano; Mezzastris, Bernardino
Located on the outskirts of Spello, this church stands in a state of semi-dilapidation among tall grasses and cypress trees. It was built on a Greek cross plan with an octagonal cupola and attached cloisters. The Renaissance portal (1517) remains shut as the key is now lost. Interior views focus on the octagonal cupola, the three altarpieces, and their frescoes which are all in urgent need of repair. The large main altarpiece acts as a choir screen, and separates one arm of the church from the rest of the interior. Subjects of the altar frescoes (by Mezzastris) include the Madonna Lactans, the Madonna and Child between Pope Gregory and St. Michael, the Virgin and St. Anne, the Annunciation, the Coronation of the Virgin, and Saints Peter and Michael.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: September 1983.
General Notes: This church is more commonly known as the Chiesa Tonda.
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S. Silvestro

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Physical Description: 27 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: Mount Subasio, 2 kilometers from Collepino
Antiquities: Architectural fragments, sculptural fragments
Medieval: Architecture, fresco fragments
Object Notes: According to tradition, it was built in 1025 by S. Romualdo, the founder of the Camaldolese order. Documentation exists from 1083.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Umbria, p.210 (Collepino)
 

Spoleto (environs)

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S. Salvatore

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Physical Description: 39 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Serlio; Francesco di Giorgio Martini; Peruzzi, Baldassare; Sanmicheli, Matteo
Although first erected in the early 5th century on the remains of a Roman temple, the exterior views reveal a 14th century facade stripped of its marble, and three portals (two of which are blind) with marble architraves. Interior views focus on the Doric and Corinthian columns and capitals, fragments of entablature, and poorly preserved frescoes (13th-14th centuries).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 4, 1983. A few of the missing negatives may be found in the Marburger Index.
General Notes: Hutzel's notes of S. Salvatore also include notes on the adjacent cemetery of Spoleto. Views of the cemetery have been catalogued separately under Spoleto, Cemetery.
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S. Sebastiano

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Physical Description: 33 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Lo Spagna
Most views of this small chapel focus on the interior frescoes. The Madonna and Child flanked by St. Roch and St. Sebastian are frescoed on the altar wall. On the side wall are three more frescoes of St. Sebastian.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: August 6, 1983.
General Notes: Hutzel developed two sets of photographs from these negatives; thus, some prints hae been renumbered to correspond with their duplicates.
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Tempietto sul Clitunno

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Physical Description: 30 items

Scope and Content Note

The west facade of this early Christian church (after c. 600), takes the shape of a Roman temple with its portico and entablature. Exterior views focus on the columns. As the church is built into a hill, the east end and semi-circular apse sit very low to the ground. Interior views include: the main altar with an aedicula, and frescoes of St. Peter, St. Paul, and Christ Pantokrator.
General Notes: This church is also known as the church of S. Salvatore.
 

Spoleto

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Cemetery

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Physical Description: 8 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of family grave chapels; Betti, Marcelli, Cesaroni, Bidolli are the visible family names.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 4, 1983
General Notes: This cemetery is accessible through the church of S. Salvatore.
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General views

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Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of a large castle and various buildings built on a gradual incline. Negatives of an unidentified monument show a somewhat isolated complex on a hill. One print in the Medieval core colletion shows the Piazza del Duomo.
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Palazzo Comunale, Pinacoteca Comunale

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Physical Description: 82 items

Scope and Content Note

Nicolo di Liberatore da Foligno; Antonello de Saliba; Baldi, Lazzaro; Catena, G.; Cesari, Giuseppe; Conca, Sebastiano; Giacomo di Giovanni; Master of Cesi; Maratti, Carlo; Petronia, Genevra; Pinturicchio; Quillerier, Noel; Raphael; Refini, Francesco; Salimbene; Lo Spagna; Spranger, Bartholomaeus; Troppa, Girolamo; Unterberger, Cristoph; Ventiletti, Faustina; Zaloni, Benedetto
Interior views focus on the paintings. A few frescoes and one reliquary are also included. (Negatives show artifacts displayed in exterior sections of the Palazzo Comunale, which is the structure that houses the Pinacoteca.) Among the subjects of the paintings are: the Calling of St. Matthew (after Caravaggio), portrait of a Palettoni, the Annunciation, Job, St. Sebastian, Charity, Venus, several Madonna and Childs (one after Giovanni Bellini), St. Ponziano, St. Agatha, the Dormition of the Virgin, Christ, the Crucifixion, and the Holy Family.
Hutzel photo campaign date: 1/31/83
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S. Ansano

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Physical Description: 23 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Dotti, Antonio; Lo Spagna; Ricci, Archita; Corvi, Domenico
Antiquities: To the left of S. Ansano stands the Arco di Druso (23 A.D.). Beneath the church are the remains of the Tempio Romano and the Crypt of S. Isacco, on which S. Ansano was built.
Exterior views: neoclassical facade (17th century) with Greek Corinthian capitals; high relief sculpture of the Madonna and Child with saints above the portal; cloister (15th century). Views of neoclassical interior: barrel vaulted-ceiling, Roman composite capitals of the main altarpiece, altar paintings. Views of the crypt S. Isacco (8th century): Roman columns and early Romanesque capitals; frescoes (11th-12th centuries) of the life of Christ, martyrs, monks and saints, including S. Isacco and St. Martial.
General Notes: Hutzel campaign date: 1/24/83
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S. Brizio

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Physical Description: 40 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculptural fragments . Post-medieval: Painting, fresco painting
Object Notes: Surrounded by walls of the 1200's; the parish of the 12th century has the form of a basilica with 3 naved apses, presbytery and crypt with 4 naves under columns. A Roman sarcophagus, according to tradition, was used as a sepulchre of S. Brizio. Also included are antique materials, frescoes of the 15th and 16th centuries, ciborium in stone from the 16th century, and painted panel of 1547. No information provided by Hutzel, see TCI, Umbria, p.347.
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S. Domenico

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Physical Description: 111 items

Scope and Content Note

Lanfranco, Giovanni; Coccetti, Liborio; Nebbia, Cesare; da Miranda, Bartolomeo; Refini, Francesco; Fontana, Giovanni; Nucci, Avanzino; Bandiera, Benedetto; Cesarei, Piero; Gozzoli; Master of Fossa; Umbrian School
Exterior views of 13th-14th century church restored in 1960: striped facade, bell tower, and portals. Interior views reveal a gothic structure with high ceilings, pointed arches, and an apse with stained glass windows. Fragments of preserved frescoes are visible in the white walls. Most views are of paintings and frescoes in the three chapels and crypt. In the chapel of St. Mary Magdalen are extensive fresco cycles (early 15th century), of the saint. The Callicola chapel and Chapel of the Sacrament are baroque chapels with stucco decoration and marble altars. In the crypt--formerly the Chiesa di S. Pietro Martire--are 14th century frescoes.
One exterior view in the Medieval section is located in the Italy Oversize box. [Negatives: (H-1) MED and (H-2) MED]
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S. Eufemia

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Physical Description: 6 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bartolomeo da Miranda
Antiquities: Ten capitals from a Roman temple.
Exterior views include the facade, apse and short bell tower. Interior views of an almost bare church, with small windows on all three levels: the clerestory, gallery and aisle. Of particular interest to TCI is the women's gallery. Hutzel's prints focus on a marble pilaster (8th-9th centuries), a marble cosmati work altar with the four Evangelists and Agnus Dei in bas-relief (13th century), and a pier frescoed with St. Lucy (1455).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 1/31/83
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S. Filippo

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Physical Description: 36 items

Scope and Content Note

Scelli, Loreto; Lapis, Gaetano; Conca, Sebastiano; Refini, F.; Baldi, Lazzaro
Exterior views of baroque church, begun 1640, and the Piazza Mentana. Interior views: cupola with stucco decoration, elaborate cornices and stuccoed cupids along the arcade, atlars, atlar statues and altar paintings. Altar painting subjects include: the Presentation of the Virgin, St. Francis of Paola, St. Francis de Sales, St. Joseph and the Christ Child.
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S. Giuliano

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Physical Description: 17 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Master of Eggi
Exterior views of 12th century church include: bell tower, and relief sculpture in main portal jambs (6th century spolia). Interior views: nave, arcade capitals (10th century), apse frescoes of the Madonna, Christ and various saints (1442), and fresco fragments on the aisle and arcade walls.
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S. Gregorio Maggiore

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Physical Description: 50 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Angeloni, Fabio; Benedetto da Rovezzano; Conca, Sebastiano
Exterior views of a restored 12th century church: bell tower; facade with niched saints, triforium windows (12th century), and porch (16th century); cloister; frescoed baptismal chapel (1536) and font (15th century). General views of interior and crypt: remnants of frescoes by Umbrian artists (13-16th centuries), including two of the Madonna lactans; altar frescoes of Saints Sebastian, Roch, and Abbondanza around a marble tabernacle (1526); holy water fonts (14th century); baroque domed chapel with fresco and stucco decoration and tabernacle; apse frescoes of clerical saints in medallions (11th century); Roman steles used as altar bases; sarcophagus of St. Abbondanza; columns and capitals of various styles.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: February 9, 1983
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S. Maria Assunta, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 156 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Duca, Giacomo del; Lippi, Filippo; Pinturicchio; Carracci, Annibale; Coccetti, Liborio; Concioli, Antonio; Corvi, Domenico; Labruzzi, Pietro; Giovanni Andrea di Ser Moscato; Damiano di Mariotto da Spoleto; Nardini, Francesco; Perugino; Raphael; Parrocel, Etienne; Luigi Arrigucci; Giuseppe Valadier; Jacopo siculo; Alberti, Giovanni; Algardi, Alessandro; Cesari, Giuseppe; Unterberger, Cristoforo; Diamante, Fra; Piermatteo Lauro de' Manfredi da Amelia; Refini, Francesco; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Pippo di Antonio; Solsternus; Castelli, Domenico; Ciampichitto; Ambrogio da Milano
Exterior views: facade (12th century) with details of the rose window, blind gallery, classicizing architectural sculpture, portal with jambs of inhabited vinescroll, campanile with reused relief fragments (7th-8th centuries), and painting of Christ Blessing flanked by St. John and Virgin Mary (1207). Interior views: pavement in geometric patterns; apse frescoes by Fra Fillipo Lippi (1469) with scenes from the Nativity; fresco of the Pieta by Pinturicchio in the Cappella Eroli (1497); frescoes in the Cappella del'Assunta of Saints Jerome, Michael and Lucy, and ceiling frescoes of Noah, Adam and Melchisedek; paintings, cruicifixes, marbles busts of the Cardinal Eroli and Lippi in the Cappella delle Reliquie; marble statues of Kings David and Solomon in the baroque Cappella della SS. Icone; 14th and 15th century frescoes and a baroque frieze in the Cappella S. Anna; and perhaps a marble statue by Bernini in the wood-panelled sacristy (16th century).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 1/15/83
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S. Maria della Manna d'Oro

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Physical Description: 38 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Conca, Sebastiano; Costantini, Nicola
Exterior views of the octagonal church now used as a baptistery. Interior views of oil paintings by Conca (1735), the tomb statue of Bishop Bernardino Lauri, and the massive octangonal baptismal font (15th century), decorated with bas-reliefs depicting scenes from the Nativity to the Marriage at Cana.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 1/31/83
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S. Nicolo

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Physical Description: 30 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture. 4 views of the facade and portal are found in the Medieval core colletion. Other exterior views of the arcade. Interior views focus on the polygonal apse which is perforated by a series of high double windows.. Post-medieval: Fresco painting and a detail of the portal lunette fresco.
Object Notes: Included in part of a zone of late medieval urban expansion. Church has plan of simple rectangle with the four angles reinforced by robust buttresses. See xerox copy of descriptive information provided by Hutzel.
General Notes: The apse of S. Nicolo sits directly above the church, Santa Maria della Misericordia
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S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 4 items

Scope and Content Note

All exterior views, with a focus on the late 12th century facade relief sculpture around portal. Subjects include: birds; St. Michael and the dragon; animals and vinescroll; animal and human in combat; life of St. Peter; animals in combat; symbols of the Evangelists; oxen; ox with snake in mouth; St. Peter; and St. Andrew. Cosmatesque mosaic inlay in oculi, guilloches above portal, voussoirs, and in the square border around the circular window.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 4, 1983
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S. Rocco

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Physical Description: 21 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Francesco da Pietrasanta; Bertosi, Francesco; Arcangelo Aquilini
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, fresco painting fragments, sculpture, fresco painting
General Notes: See Hutzel's description of site.
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SS. Giovanni e Paolo

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Physical Description: 38 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Piergli, Pier Matteo; Sozio, Alberto; Master of Eggi
Interior views of 12th century church all focus on frescoes (late 12th-14th centuries). Fresco subjects include: one of the first documented representations of St. Francis; the martyrdom of St. Thomas Becket of Canterbury; Herod's banquet; St. John and St. Paul beheaded; doors to Paradise; Crucifixion; St. John the Baptist; Madonna and Child Enthroned; St. Gregory as Pope and Saint; St. Joseph; St. Antony of Padua; St. Alo; St. Catherine; St. Jerome; St. Lawrence; St. Ansano; St. Michael slaying dragon; St. Margaret; St. Taddeus; St. Anthony Abbot; St. Clare.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 1/21/83
 

Terni

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Anfiteatro Romano

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Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Architectural ruins (32 a.d.). Patterned stonework.
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Palazzo Bianchini-Riccardi

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Physical Description: 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger)
Post-medieval: Architecture (16th century) with rusticated portal; frieze decorated with fleur-de-lis; fountain; sculpted busts mounted on column fragments
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Palazzo dei Mazzancolli

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Physical Description: 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Various Roman fragments
Medieval: Dressed stone architecture (14th century) , restored in 1878 and 1927; architectural metalwork; double loggia with intact staircase; misc. fragments in marble. Post-medieval: Fresco (19th or 20th century)
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Palazzo Posta e Telegrafo

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Physical Description: 19 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bazzani, Cesare
Post-medieval: Frescos (19th/20th century)
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Palazzo Sciamanna

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Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture (16th century)
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Torre dei Barbarasa

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Physical Description: 4 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture: one of the few remaining medieval towers in the city
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Via Cavour

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Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Fragments
Medieval: Portal; inscription
 

Todiano

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S. Bartolomeo

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Physical Description: 79 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: S. Bartolomeo
. Views of exterior and interior, including painting, sculpture, architectural detail.
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S. Maria, Parish church

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Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: . Exterior views of church.
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Tower

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Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Content Note

Front view of garrison tower.
 

Todi

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General views

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Physical Description: 9 items

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic views of Todi and views of the Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, including the Palazzo dei Priori, the Palazzo del Popolo, the Palazzo del Capitano (which houses the collections of the Pinacoteca civica and the Museo estruco-romano), and the Porta Principale.
Prints in the Medieval core collection are found under Todi, Panaramas/Palazzi/Piazzi.
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Pinacoteca

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Physical Description: 38 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bencivenni, Antonio; Lo Spagna; Damiani, Felice; Pier Francesco Fiorentino; Polinori, Andrea
Antiquities: Roman bust and architectural fragments from the Etruscan and Roman periods excavated in the territory of Todi.
Views are mainly of Renaissance paintings and frescoes, and also medieval statues. Among the paintings: a copy of Guido Reni's Susanna and the Elders; a Madonna and Child with Saints by Polinori; St. Bernardino Tomitano da Feltre bu lo Spagna.
Object Notes: Photos were taken in 1960.
General Notes: The Pinacoteca civica, the Museo etrusco-romano and the Archivio comunale are all housed in the Palazzo del Capitano.
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S. Fortunato

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Physical Description: 41 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Giovanni di Santuccio; Bartolo di Angelo; Giotto; Polinori, Andrea; Vannucci, Nicola; Masolino da Panicale
Exterior views of this church focus on the facade portals (1430-1436). Flanking the center portal are aediculae with statues of the Archangel Gabriel and the Virgin of the Annunciation. The portal sculpture is comprised of elaborately carved colonettes; the subjects include nude men in foliage, prophets, saints, martyrs, patriarchs, inhabited vinescroll, grapevines, fig leaves, Abraham and Isaac, and a scene of the stigmatization of St. Francis.. Views of this 13th-15th century gothic interior include details of vaulted ceilings, sacristy portals, the polygonal apse, a crucifix in olive wood, choirstalls, the marble high altar with bishops painted in the trefoil arches, choirstalls, a holy water basin, fresco fragments of the Giotto school, a painting of the Coronation of the Virgin over Todi by Polinori, and various altar paintings. In the crypt are sepulchral monuments of Jacopone da Todi and the family Tudertini, a tomb reliquary of Saints Cassiano, Callista and Fortunato, a votive fresco of the Virgin with St. John and the Christ Child, and other remnants of frescoes among paintings.
Object Notes: Negatives include views of the attached friary.
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S. Maria della Consolazione

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Physical Description: 22 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Sculptural fragments, sculpture. Post-medieval: Sculptural fragments, architectural sculpture, painting, frescos, sculpture
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SS. Annunziata, Duomo

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Physical Description: 37 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Pian di Porto; Manni, Giannicola di Paolo; Lo Spagna; Fenzoni, Ferrau; Bencivenni, Antonio (Antonio da Mercatello)
Medieval core collection: exterior and interior views of this 12th-16th century structure. Exterior photo coverage includes the three rose windows, architectural sculpture of the apse and nave walls, bell tower and a sculpted man's head in a roundel with an inscription. Views of the interior, restored in 1958, focus on the nave capitals (c. 1270) which are largely Corinthianesque. Between the acanthus of some pier capitals are sculpted figures, including St. Peter, St. Paul, St. Michael, Christ, and the Virgin with the Holy Spirit.. Hutzel collection: exterior views of the main rose window, portal sculpture (c. 1520) and details of the wooden doors carved with bishops. Interior views include: a large fresco of the Last Judgment by il Faenzone (inspired by Michelangelo's); wood intarsia choirstalls; a painted crucifix in the style of Cimabue (late 13th century); a gothic baptismal font; marble statues; an altarpiece from which only the Virgin's head emerges three-dimensionally; fresco fragments; an altar painting of the Madonna and Child between St. Roch and St. Catherine; and gravestones/sepulchral effigies. Negatives show that Hutzel's photo campaign included the crypt.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: February 14, 1983.
General Notes: Views of the Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II and surrounding buildings discussed in Hutzel's notes of this monument have been catalogued under Todi, General views.
 

Trevi

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Chiesa della Madonna delle Lacrime

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Physical Description: 78 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Marchisi, Antonio; Giovanni di Gian Pietro da Venezia; Lo Spagna; Angelucci da Mevale; Angeloni, Fabio; Raphael; Perugino
Views of the plain exterior focus on the sculpted portal. The spacious, white-walled interior is filled with various altarpieces and tomb monuments of the Valenti family (Romolo, Filiberto, Cardinal Erminio). The following subjects and saints figure in the altarpieces: S. Ubaldo, Ss. Battista and Antonio di Padova, S. Agostino, St. Francis, St. Joseph, St. Peter, St. Paul, Jonah, David, sibyls, prophets, the Annunciation, the Nativity, the Betrothal of the Virgin, the Flight into Egypt, the Visitation, a Madonna and Child that shed tears of blood in 1485 (now adorned with necklaces), the Deposition, the Resurrection, and various other saints and angels. Other views include a holy water font, walnut-wood benches, a marble crucifix and a Coiugali tomb.
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Collegio Etiopico Pontificio

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Physical Description: 79 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Fabri, Girolamo; Zuccari, Federico; Pietro da Cortona
The three exterior views of the Renaissance building (16th century) include the Carrara coat-of-arms and a plaque above the portal which indicate that this collegio was formerly the Palazzo Carrara and later also the residence of Cardinal Johannes Hais. Most views, however, are of the frescoed ceilings by Zuccari and Pietro da Cortona. Subjects include landscapes, allegorical figures, Apocryphal and Old Testament stories (Susanna and the Elders, Samson and Delilah, Joseph and Potiphar's wife, Daniel), saints, landscapes, putti, and illusionistic frames.
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Palazzo Communale, Pinacoteca

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Physical Description: 63 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Cesare Aureli; Giovanni Spagna; Pinturicchio; Frederico Barocci; Giusto di Grand; Cola Petruccioli
Views of the 15th century facade of the Palazzo Communale and the Piazza Mazzini. Views of the fine collection of Umbrian painting, sculpture, metal work and Deruta Maiolica in the Pinacoteca. Of special note is a sculptural group which is an excellent example of the great 19th century sculptor Cesare Aureli. The photos also show the encycolpedic collection of Umbrian paintings (14th-16th centuries) highlighted by works of Giovanni Spagna, Giusto di Grand and Pinturricchio.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1984.
General Notes: Prints H-35, 37, 46 and 48 were erroneously attributted to Benozzo Gozzoli by Hutzel.
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S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 37 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Ciburri, Simone; Reni, Guido; Angelucci, Fabio
Exterior views of the 13th-century Cistercian church focus on the gothic main portal. The interior, restored in 1977, include: frescoes of saints Ventura, Nicola and Andrea (15th century); an organ (16th century); an altar fresco by Angelucci of the Madonna and Child and saints with Christ and Veronica in the lunette; a marble intarsia altarpiece with a painting of the Madonna and Child with saints Peter, Paul and perhaps scenes of the Last Judgment; a painting the Crucifixion; an Umbrian painted crucifix; tomb monuments of the Attavanti family; a tomb effigy (in relief) of the hermit St. Ventura; fresco fragments; and a holy water font.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 11, 1984
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S. Maria di Pietrarossa

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Physical Description: 78 items
 

Vallo di Nera

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S. Maria

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Physical Description: 219 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Rimini school (14th century); Francesco di Antonio di Bartolomeo; Arcangelo di Cola da Camerino
Medieval: Exterior, architecture and architectural sculpture (12th-13th centuries) . Post-medieval: Fresco painting, partially destroyed after 1973 earthquake (12th-17th centuries)
General Notes: Hutzel sent sheet from earlier photo campaign of same site, comprising 92 prints. Sheet indicates mainly painting material. Able to locate only 3 prints.
 

Schifanoia

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Parish church

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Physical Description: 26 items
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S. Michele Arcangelo

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Physical Description: 86 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (14th century); pavement . Post-medieval: Frescos (14th-16th centuries)
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name. According to his notes, Schifanoia is a part of Narni.
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Parish church

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Physical Description: 8 items
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Church of Caprignone

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Physical Description: 1 box
 

Teramo

 

Sant'Angelo

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Madonna Bianca

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Physical Description: 56 items

Scope and Content Note

Extensive coverage of the Romanesque facade and portico. Remaining coverage is mostly of the Madonna statue by Francesco Ferrucci, and the frescoes by Domenico da Leonessa.
General Notes: Photographs of this church were previously filed under both Norcia and Ancarano. Negatives, now lost, were previously filed under Ancarano.
 

Terni

 

Acquasparta

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Chiesa del Crocefisso

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Physical Description: 26 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture (1606); wall painting (16-17th century); wooden altar (16th century).
Object Notes: Structure now used as a youth club
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Palazzo Cesi

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Physical Description: 133 items
 

Alviano

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Castle

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Physical Description: 24 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Stone relief carving of togated male figure with fascii flanking of late etruscan or republican date
Views of the castle's exterior, the courtyard, and the interior of the castle church, including one antiquity and several paintings.
 

Amelia

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Cathedral

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Physical Description: 76 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sangallo; Agostino di Duccio; Perini, Giovanni Francesco; Agostino di Duccio; Pomarancio (Niccolo Circignani); Scalza, Ippolito; Zuccari; Agresti, Livio (Ricciutello)
Medieval: Tombstones, baptismal font . Post-medieval: Original romanesque church completely remodelled 1640. Architecture, architectural sculpture, views of interior including altar and organ, baptismal font, tombs, pavement by Sangallo, paintings, frescoes. Extensive coverage of exterior, interior naves and altars, tombs, burial chapel and paintings.
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General Views

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Physical Description: 48 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Architecture. Segments of polygonal wall (mura polygonali), 5th century B.C.
Medieval: Architecture & architectural sculpture. Panoramic & general