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INVENTORY OF FOTO ARTE MINORE: MAX HUTZEL PHOTOGRAPHS OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE IN ITALY
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Orvieto

Box 463

Abbazia di SS. Severo and Martirio

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Physical Description: 69.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--PRINTS FILE, NEGATIVES PROCESSED
Box 464

Madonna di S. Lorenzo in Vineis

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Physical Description: 22.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
Box 463

Museo Etrusco Faina

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Attic Black figure and Red figure vases; South Italian Red figure vases; Etruscan Black and Red figure vases, Bucchero, Banded Ware, Plastic and Relief vases, and Masks; Corinthian Black figure vases. (700 B.C. - 300 B.C.)
Prints H-271 through 285 are found in the Hutzel Collection. Interior views of the museum: 18th-century ceiling paintings, display cases of ancient pottery. One portrait in oil of a young woman, unsigned.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot two seperate photo campaigns of this monument.
General Notes: All but 15 of the 995 prints are found in the Antiquities core collection.
Box 463

Piazza Repubblica

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--PRINTS FILED, NEGATIVES PROCESSED
Box 464

S. Andrea

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
Box 464

S. Domenico

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Physical Description: 40.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
Box 464

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 40.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
Box 464-465

S. Giovenale

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Physical Description: 199.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (15th century), architectural sculpture
Object Notes: Original church ancient
 

Otricoli

Box 466

S. Maria

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Physical Description: 41.0 items
Box 466

S. Vittore

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Physical Description: 8.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural fragments, architectural sculpture
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Umbria, p. 439
 

Piediluco

Box 468

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 50.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Aquili, Marcantonio
Antiquities: Sculptural fragments
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco painting
Object Notes: Gothic construction from end of 13th century. No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Umbria, p. 365
Box 468

S. Maria

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural fragments
Object Notes: Romanesque campanile with two bifurcated levels. No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Umbria, p. 365.
 

Porano

Box 469-470

Castel Rubello

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Physical Description: 85.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Castle originally functioned as a fortress, turned into residence in late Renaissance--present owners granted permission to photograph room adjacent to entrance. Views of exterior; interior views of ceiling frescoes.
Box 470

Torre S. Severo

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Physical Description: 114.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: An example of a grand aristocratic residence of the late Renaissance aristocracy, built by Cardinal Simoncelli. The palace was never completed, and is now in a state of great disrepair. No written or visual documentation exists for this site prior to Hutzel's campaign and attributions for the frescoes have not been made. Exterior views; interior views of frescoes and stucco work on ceilings and walls
Object Notes: Site not recorded in TCI
 

Porchiano del Monte

Box 471

Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 50.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Piermatteo da Amelia; Narni School; School of Umbria, 15th century; Giotto
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (12th century) . Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture, frescoes, sculpture (16th century)
 

Porchiano

Box 471

S. Cristina

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (12th century) . Post-medieval:
 

Stroncone

Box 480

Palazzo Comunale, Museo

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Physical Description: 15.0 items
Box 480

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 49.0 items
Box 480

S. Giovanni

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Physical Description: 48.0 items
Box 480

S. Nicolo

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Physical Description: 55.0 items
 

Taizzano

Box 481

S. Angelo in Massa

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Physical Description: 68.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Braidi, Michelangelo
This 16th century church was built over a 9th-10th century Roman villa. Views of the exterior include 12th century walls and a renaissance portico. Interior views include an altar with mosaic inlay; a chapel dedicated to the Cardinal Cesi and baroque cupola both frescoed by Braidi. Also views of Ottonian period side walls patterned with ceramic tile and brick (9th or 10th century) which Hutzel describes in his notes as the discovery of the year.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 1985.
Box 481

S. Martino

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Physical Description: 42.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Architecture and architectural sculpture, (11-12th century), in ruins among olive trees: early romanesque arcade and capitals, Roman columns and mosaic floor, remanants of a bell tower and marble crossbeam. Also, views of damaged frescoes and preserved altarpieces.
Object Notes: 12th century marble altar (1108) now in Pinacoteca at Narni
General Notes: Hutzel made two photo campaigns of this site. His campaign of 11/11/82 shows remanants of the interior frescoes and altarpieces, as well as exterior views which are found in the Medieval core collection. Hutzel's photos of the 1985 campaign are all found in the Huztel collection, and have been renumbered. They start with the number H-20. This monument was previously catalogued as located in Narni.
Box 481

Bibliographic materials

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Physical Description: 22.0 items
Box 481

General views

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Prints in the Medieval Core Collection (with no corresponding negatives) give views of 16th century plans of Terni and sculptural fragments including Roman and Medieval spolia immured in the facade of an unidentified house.
Object Notes: Catalogued in Medieval under Architecture--Italy, Terni.
Box 482

Palazzo Carrara

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Physical Description: 71.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Pietro da Cortona
Antiquities: Roman sarcophagi, cinerary urn, gravestones, lions, and an inscribed plaque from Terni's amphitheater. (All located on the ground floor of the Palazzo Carrara).
Post-medieval: Architecture (17th century); Frescoes (17th century); coffered wooden ceiling
Object Notes: Unable to locate any negatives for these prints.
Box 482-483

Palazzo Manassei

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Physical Description: 157.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: Pinacoteca
Artist Name: Troppa, Girolamo; Luca de la Haye; Gozzoli, Benozzo; Nicolo di Liberatore da Foligno; Master of the Gardner Annunciation; Piermatteo Lauro de' Manfredi da Amelia; Melanzio, Francesco; Alfani, Domenico; Pietro di Giovanni di Ambrogio; Lo Spagna; Giovanni detto il Teutonico; Broeck, Hendrick van den; Coldarchi, Bernardino; Barocci, Federico; Gherardi, Antonio
Antiquities: Bas-reliefs of Roman emperors in profile from Hutzel's photo campaign of 1982 have been renumbered (views 42 to 78 are now H-142 to H-178). Though they most likely are part of the Museo preistorico, also in the Palazzo Manassei, they have been filed under Pinacoteca following the sequence of Hutzel's 1982 notes. (Negative count: 55)
Exterior views: facade of the Palazzo Manassei, the stairwell and loggia, along which are niched Roman statues and busts. Interior views: room with a coffered ceiling and marble busts inset in oval recesses along the walls; room displaying paintings, statues, archaeological artifacts in glass cases, and a lunette fresco by Pier Matteo da Amelia; room with ceiling fresco by Luca de la Haye. Most views are of individual paintings and altarpieces found within these rooms, with the exception of one wooden crucifixion.
Object Notes: Hutzel made two photo campaigns of the Pinacoteca--the first in 1982 and the second in 1986. Apparently, only the facade of the Palazzo Manassei, which houses the collection of the Pinacoteca, was restored. (See also H-101 and H-102). His notes describe the prints of the 1982 campaign, which have been interfiled with prints of the 1986 campaign, and renumbered accordingly. The year of the individual print is indicated on the back of each print.
Box 483

Palazzo Montani

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Physical Description: 61.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Troppa, Girolamo; Dandini, Cosimo; Raphael
Antiquities: Portrait heads in marble of Roman youths and a consul
Post-medieval: Renaissance architecture; frescos (17th century); tapestries after designs of Raphael school; intarsia (furniture); wooden cassone carved with the arms of the Montani
Box 484

Palazzo Spada

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Physical Description: 93.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger); Congnet, Gillis I; Zuccaro, Taddeo
Post-medieval: Architecture (16th century). Triple-arched portal; frescos (16th century)
Box 481

Public Gardens

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of a sphinx fountain in the gardens, as well as the apse and bell tower of the adjacent Duomo, S. Maria Assunta.
Box 484

S. Alo

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of 11th century church with special attention to immured relief sculpture and the apse. Interior views focus on columns, capitals and frescoes (13th-16th centuries). Fresco subjects include: St. Silvester, St. Mary Magdalen, St. Catherine of Alexandria, St. Joseph, St. John the Baptist, St. Pellegrino, St. Sebastion, St. Roch, St. Lucy, the Crucifixion, the Madonna lactans and Madonna and Child.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 7, 1982
Box 484

S. Cristoforo

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

One exterior view and two general interior views. Most views are of the frescoes. Near the entrance are fresco fragments (14th century) of the Crucifixion in the manner of Alunno, and frescoes (15th century) of St. Sebastian, St. Cristopher and St. Roch. In the apse are more frescoes (15th century) and a statue of the Virgin.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 5, 1982
General Notes: Hutzel discusses the 14th century fresco fragments by the entrance in his notes on S. Lorenzo in Terni. He attributes them to the Foligno School. Some negatives of S. Cristoforo may be incorrectly filed under Terni, S. Lorenzo--NNP.
Box 485

S. Lorenzo

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Manenti, Vincenzo; Troppa, Girolamo; Nelli, Ottaviano
Exterior views of a restored romanesque church include details of the apse and renaissance portal. In the Hutzel collection are views of two paintings, the Martyrdom of St. Blaise and the Baptism of Christ, as well as a fresco fragment of the Nativity by Ottaviano Nelli. Interior views can be seen in the negatives (under NNP); they include a view of a cippus and a stone of some relevance.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 5, 1982
Box 485

S. Maria Assunta, Duomo

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Physical Description: 46.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Minelli; Corsi, Domenico; Reni, Guido; Pietro da Cortona; Troppa, Girolamo; Agresti, Livio; Vigni, Corrado; Cocchetti, Liborio; Sermei, Cesare; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo
Exterior views: baroque facade, bell tower, portico, blind gothic portal with a vinescroll archivolt, and preserved main portal with an inhabited vinescroll architrave. Interior views: main altar marble ciborium and altar painting of the Assumption of the Virgin; half-dome fresco of the Trinity; mixed media altarpiece formed by a wooden crucifix hung on top of a painting of the crucifixion with saints Mary and Mary Magdalen; fresco fragments of Saint Anthony Abbot; organ by Bernini, and various paintings. Sacristy: ornate interior with ceiling paintings by Pietro da Cortona; museum with architectural fragments and a tomb effigy; reliquary of St. Valentine in the shape of an arm and hand; gold processional cross; terracotta statue of the Madonna and Child and a stone statue of the Pieta.. Crypt: 10th and 11th-century capitals; Roman and medieval sculptural fragments; and the tomb of St. Anastasia. Also included with the Hutzel prints are frescoes of Terni and the Duomo from the bishopric.
Object Notes: Photo campaign date: September 24, 1982
Box 485

S. Maria del Carmine

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views: baroque facade, side walls, and crumbling remains of the adjoining church--perhaps the apse of S. Maria del Monumento.
Box 485

S. Maria del Monumento

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Physical Description: 39.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Lo Spagna; Troppa, Girolamo; Nelli, Ottaviano di Martino; Carlo da Camerino
Exterior views: poorly preserved 14th-century church and cloister. Interior views include a romanesque chapel of the previous church. Most views are of the 15th-century frescoes: the Legend of the Golden Apple from the life of St. Clare, St. Leonard, St. Valentine, St. Anastasia, St. Jerome and the Madonna and Child.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 5, 1982. Hutzel developed two prints for 14 of his 18 negatives; hence, there are almost twice as many prints as there are negatives. The prints have been renumbered, but the original numbers that correspond to those in Hutzel's notes are found on those prints with the date 1982 penciled in on the bottom.
Box 485

S. Maria dell'Oro, Convent church

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Physical Description: 26.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Viario, Giuseppe
One exterior view of this 15th-century convent church rebuilt in the 17th century. Interior views focus on the coffered ceiling; a saint or friar is painted on each coffer. Also views of paintings and a crucifix. Negatives show immured relief sculpture, perhaps Roman spolia.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 9/29/82
General Notes: This monument is discussed in Hutzel's notes "Terni - Konvent di S. Maria dell'Oro" but does not appear in TCI.
Box 486

S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 31.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Nelli, Ottaviano di Martino; Foligno school; Mezzastris, Bernardino; Michelangelo
Exterior views: facade and portal (13th century) with pediment sculpture of Christ blessing (15th century); apse and bell tower (13th-14th centuries); cloister. Interior views of frescoes (14th-16th century): St. Anthony Abbot, Madonna and Child, St. Stephen cycle, Madonna and Saints, Dormition of the Virgin, St. Catherine, St. Francis. Many views of a wooden sculpture of Moses, possibly by Michelangelo. One view of a marble tomb effigy of Stefano Manassei (15th century). Negatives show a 16th century map of Terni from a 17th century woodcut, and general views of the interior, including preserved architectural sculpture.
Box 486

S. Salvatore

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Physical Description: 29.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of this church (12-17th centuries) reveal the circular main body and rectangular apse that perhaps were originally part of an ancient Roman structure. Interior views focus on frescoes.
Box 486

S. Valentino

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Physical Description: 27.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: La Haye, Lucas de; Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino); Piermatteo Lauro de' Manfredi da Amelia
Post-medieval: Architecture (early 17th century); marble altar bearing the arms of Leopold of Austria; paintings (17th century); grave monuments of the Sciamanna family
 

Torreorsina

Box 488

General Views

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculptural fragments
General Notes: Not in TCI
Box 488

S. Michele

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Physical Description: 39.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco painting
General Notes: Not in TCI
 

Visciano

Box 491

S. Pudenziana

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Physical Description: 8.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (12th century); bishop's throne (6th century); fresco fragments (13-16th century)
Object Notes: 6/19/96: These 38 prints are probably in the Medieval core collection but currently can not be located.
General Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 5, 1983
Box 492

Series XVI. Veneto

Physical Description: 1.0 box

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Veneto with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

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

Padua

 

Candiana

Box 492

Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 38.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Mingozzi, Girolamo (Colonna); Morlaiter, Johann Maria; Bonazza, Giovanni
Post-medieval: Architecture (late 15th century); frescos; sculpture
Box 492

S. Antonio

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture
 

Pontecasale

Box 492

Villa Carraretto

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sansovino, Jacopo (Jacopo d' Antonio Tatti)
Post-medieval: Architecture (mid-16th century); sculpture
 

Venezia

 

Chioggia

Box 492

S. Domenico

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Physical Description: 18.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Carpaccio, Vittore; Bassano, Leandro (Leandro da Ponte)
Medieval: Campanile. Post-medieval: 18th century renovation of 14th century church; architectural sculpture; paintings on canvas; sculpture
 

Series XVII. Negatives

Physical Description: 423.0 boxes

Scope and Content Note

This series contains approximately 86,400 black-and-white negatives (10 x 13 cm. or smaller).
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