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

Finding aid prepared by Martha Steele, Andra Darlington, Laney McGlohon, and Tracey Schuster


Descriptive Summary

Title: Foto arte minore: Max Hutzel photographs of art and architecture in Italy
Date (inclusive): 1960-1990
Number: 86.P.8
Creator/Collector: Hutzel, Max
Physical Description: 915.0 boxes (circa 67,275 black-and-white photographic prints, circa 86,400 black-and-white negatives)
Repository:
The Getty Research Institute
Special Collections
1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 1100
Los Angeles, California, 90049-1688
(310) 440-7390
Abstract: This collection contains thorough photographic documentation by Max Hutzel of art and architecture in Italy ranging in date from Antiquity to late Baroque. Included are photographs of secular buildings, museum holdings, ancient ruins, and religious institutions covering a broad range of artistic forms and styles, including architecture, paintings, frescoes, sculpture, manuscripts, metalwork and other minor arts. The regions most heavily represented are: the Abruzzi, Lazio (including Rome), the Marches, and Umbria.
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Language: Collection material is in English

Biographical/Historical note

German-born photographer and scholar Max Hutzel (1911-1988) photographed in Italy from the early 1960s until the late 1980s, resulting in a vast body of photographs that he referred to as "Foto arte minore." Over the years he amassed a collection of about one million negatives and sold his photographs to individual scholars for publication and to institutions such as the Biblioteca Herziana, the National Gallery in Washington, and the Kunsthistorische Institut in Florence. He used the revenue from these sales, in addition to some financial support he received from his brother in Germany, to continue his work until his death.
Hutzel studied printmaking and graphics in Stuttgart. Impressed by Walter Gropius and the Bauhaus School, he developed a deep interest in photography and studied with Paul Wolff. After World War II, he settled in Italy and by the beginning of the 1960's, he had devoted himself to the photographic documentation of art and architecture. Applying techniques and aesthetic solutions he learned from the Bauhaus movement, Hutzel's approach went beyond the purely documentary. His photography represented his artistic interpretation of Italian art and his sense of being in a specific place. He compared himself to the European scholars and researchers who traveled through Italy drawing in their notebooks as they studied the history and archeological artifacts of the region.
Hutzel comprehensively documented lesser known monuments, attempting to include everything that is connected with art historical development in Italy up to the 18th century: architecture, sculpture, wall painting, panel painting, museum objects and religious artifacts from the Etruscan and Roman civilizations and the early Medieval, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods. In order to document architecture within its topographical context, he often photographed general and panoramic views of towns seen from afar, streets, and clusters of buildings. He also provided a glimpse of the social context by sometimes including residents, passersby, and vehicles.

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Preferred Citation note

Foto arte minore: Max Hutzel photographs of art and architecture in Italy, 1960-1990. The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, Accession no. 86.P.8.

Processing Information note

A preliminary box list was created by Martha Steele in 2008. In 2011 Laney McGlohon transformed the box list into an EAD finding aid and incorporated metadata from the GRI's Photo Archive Database, and in 2012 she added links to the digital collection. Andra Darlington completed the finding aid in 2012, adapting text by Tracey Schuster for the collection notes.

Digital Collection

The photographic prints and accompanying lists have been digitized and made available online. Click here to view all digital images  or click the links in the container list to see digital images of specific subjects.

Separated Material

A number of Hutzel photographs and approximately 800 photographs by Hutzel's assistant, Roberto Sigismondi, were removed from this collection and interfiled with the core collection of the repository's Photo Archive.

Scope and Content of Collection

Max Hutzel's "Foto arte minore" project comprises thorough photographic documentation of art historical development in Italy up to the 18th century, including objects of the Etruscans and the Romans, as well as early Medieval, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque monuments. Consonant with Hutzel's belief that throughout Italy there are minor artistic centers that deserve attention, sites depicted are frequently obscure and previously undocumented. Hutzel's work is typified by a feeling for place that goes beyond the purely documentary. The collection contains more than 67,000 black-and-white prints and approximately 86,400 black-and-white negatives. Because Hutzel carefully cropped his images for printing, the prints more accurately represent his style than the negatives.
Included is thorough interior and exterior documentation of secular buildings, museum holdings, ancient ruins, and religious institutions covering a broad range of artistic forms and styles, including architecture, painting, frescoes, sculpture, manuscripts, metalwork and other minor arts, ranging in date from Antiquity to late Baroque. The regions most heavily represented are: the Abruzzi, Lazio (including Rome), the Marches, and Umbria. Additional photos cover sites in: Basilicata, Campania, Emilia-Romagna, Friuli-Venezia Guilia, Lombardy, Piedmont, Puglia, Sardinia, Tuscany, and Veneto.
Also included are circa 825 photographs of medieval buildings and art in Campania, in the ancient region called "Campi Flegrei," made in 1990 by Roberto Sigismondi, Hutzel's long-time assistant (some 800 additional images from this campaign have been removed and interfiled in the Antiquities section of the Getty Research Institute's Photo Archive). Missing from this collection are many Hutzel photographs that were separated in the 1980s and 1990s and integrated into the core collections of the Photo Archive.
Photographs are generally accompanied by typed lists that include the names of the sites and often additional information such as narrative descriptions, church dedications, locations of photographed details, label information for museum objects, and information provided to Hutzel by local inhabitants. Hutzel frequently added his own personal commentary regarding the condition of many sites.
The photographic prints and accompanying lists have been digitized and the images are available online. Click here to view all digital images  or see the container list for links to images of specific subjects.

Arrangement

Arranged into 17 series: Series I. Abruzzo; Series II. Basilicata; Series III. Campania; Series IV. Emilia-Romagna; Series V. Friuli-Venezia Giulia; Series VI. Lazio; Series VII. Lombardia; Series VIII. Marches; Series IX. Molise; Series X. Piedmont; Series XI. Puglia; Series XII. Republic of San Marino; Series XIII. Sardinia; Series XIV. Tuscany; Series XV. Umbria; Series XVI. Veneto; Series XVII. Negatives.

Indexing Terms

Subjects - Topics

Architecture, Ancient--Italy
Architecture, Baroque--Italy
Architecture, Medieval--Italy
Architecture, Renaissance--Italy
Architecture--Italy
Art, Italian
Art--Italy
Cities and towns--Italy
Decorative arts--Italy
Painting, Italian
Sculpture, Italian
Streets--Italy

Genres and Forms of Material

Black-and-white negatives
Black-and-white prints (photographs)

Contributors

Sigismondi, Roberto


Container List

Box 1-54

Series I. Abruzzo

Physical Description: 56.0 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Abruzzo with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

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

Alanno

Box 1

Madonna delle Grazie

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Physical Description: 135.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Perada, Donato; Andrea de Litio; Majeski, Sebastiano
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, frescos (16-17th century)
 

Alba Fucens

Box 2

General views

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Physical Description: 111.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Roman republican veteran colony, castrum plan, 1st century BC forum, amphitheatre, various civic and religious buildings, architectural fragments, community fountain;
the excavations at Alba Fucens are well represented, archaeologically, in the negatives: prints 1-13= set A, prints 14-80= set B, prints 1-18, 100=C: see Antiquities for 2 site prints: Chieti museum prints have not negatives as yet (24 prints)
 

L'Aquila

 

Albe

Box 2

S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Andrea di Guittone; Giovanni di Guittone
Sculpture, coins, pottery, minor arts, architecture
Medieval: Architecture (11th, 15-16th century), architectural sculpture (12th century), sculpture (12th century, housed in L'Aquila, Museo Nazionale d'Abruzzo since 1956-57 restorations), mosaic (12th century), also re-used Roman capitals and columns
Post-medieval: Portal, ciborium
 

Anversa degli Abruzzi

Box 3

Madonna della Grazie

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Physical Description: 8.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, with elaborately carved Renaissance portal (1585).
 

Assergi

Box 3

S. Maria Assunta

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Physical Description: 105.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Gatti, Saturnino de'
Medieval: Architecture, views of restoration, crypt, silver urn, tomb
Post-medieval: Architecture, frescos, views of restoration, sculpture, tabernacle
 

Barete

Box 15

S. Paolo

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Stoups made from Romanesque column capitals.
Post-medieval: Frescos of the local school; sculpture.
 

Bazzano

Box 15

S. Giusta

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Physical Description: 27.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of the interior (remodelled in the 15th century) focus on reused Roman architectural elements (1st century BC - 1st century AD). The arcade includes piers, Roman columns, and a frescoed ancient Roman cornice frieze. In the crypt are Roman gravestones.
Exterior views of this 13th century church focus on the west facade and richly ornamented portal (1238). Prints in the Hutzel collection include views of the main altarpiece, east wall frescoes, crucifix, and 13th century nave frescoes. In the Medieval core collection are general views of the interior, including the arcade, and the crypt. Carved on the pulpit (1180) are signs of the Four Evangelists, the Lamb of God, and St. George Slaying the Dragon. Views of the crypt (13th century) show an entryway to the 3rd century catacombs and a wooden statue of S. Giusta.
Hutzel photo campaign date: 8/26/84
 

Bominaco

Box 15

Castle

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Physical Description: 28.0 items

Scope and Content Note

View from castle; views of ruins of castle.
Box 15

S. Maria Assunta

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

L'Aquila School
Medieval: Early Romanesque architecture and architectural sculpture (12th century, c. 1180); throne with carved lions
Post-medieval: Frescoes (15th century); baptismal font
Box 16-17

S. Pellegrino, Oratory

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Physical Description: 264.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Master of the Passion; Master of the Infanzia
Medieval: Architecture, sculpture (12-13th century)
Post-medieval: Fresco cycle (13th century) (Count: 252)
 

Bussi sul Tirino

Box 17

S. Maria di Cartignano

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (11th-12th centuries), largely in ruins. Facade has simple rose window and centrally placed campanile with a slightly pointed arched opening. Interior nave arcade remains partially intact. Some fragments of carved inscriptions also remain.
Bussi sul Tirino environs.
 

Calascio

Box 17

Rocca Calascio

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of medieval architectural ruins and octagonal chapel (identified as Bramante Chapel by Hutzel). A few views of the octagonal chapel facade, including architectural moldings.
Hutzel notes are missing.
 

Capestrano

Box 18

Castello

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, wall painting
Box 18

Parish Church

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Physical Description: 18.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 17th century architecture, interior and exterior--Neapolitan
Hutzel photo campaign date: August 23, 1983.
 

Caporciano

Box 19

General Views

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic views of the Medieval city.
Hutzel Shoat the Campaign in 1984.
Box 19

S. Maria dei Cintorelli

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Late Medieval frescoes (14th & 15th century)
Hutzel shot this campaign in 1984
Box 19

S. Pietro in Valle

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Physical Description: 62.0 items

Scope and Content Note

L'Aquila School
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (12th century) Ciborium, sarcofagus, altar with frescos, stoup (12th cent.)
 

Castelvecchio Calvisio

Box 21

Castle

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architectural remains of a fortress.
Box 21

General views

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Physical Description: 30.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: General views of architecture and architectural sculpture
Post-medieval: General views
Box 21

Parish church

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture.
Box 21

S. Cipriano

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, largely in ruins; frescos; inscription.
 

Castelvecchio Subequo

Box 21

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 92.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Fontana, Carlo; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Caravaggio, Antonio; Giotto; Nicola Piczulo
Interior and exterior views of the church architecture. Large fresco cycle (late 14th-early 15th centuries) of the life of S. Francis. Other photos depict the interior church decoration: the 17th century wood altar and nave sculptures as well as numerous 15th-16th century paintings.
Hutzel shot this campaign in 1983
Box 22

S. Francesco, Museum

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Physical Description: 58.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Piczulo, Nicola
Roman sculpture fragments, bronze sculpture, bronze plate, iron sword, roman coins
Reliquaries, processional cross (15th century) statues- including a silver Madonna and Child with Angels, sculpture-including wooden statue of Christ, and frescoes
Hutzel photo campaign date: 09/12/83
Box 22

S. Giovanni

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Physical Description: 26.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Fontana, Carlo; Cardone, Giovan Paolo
Exterior views of the Medieval and Renaissance architecture, general views of the nave and side aisles, 17th century religious painting and sculpture and a 15th century baptismal font.
Hutzel shot this campaign in 1983
 

Castiglione a Casauria

Box 22

S. Clemente a Casauria

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Giacomo da Popoli
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
Post-medieval: Facade, interior architecture
 

Celano

Box 22

General views

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Physical Description: 55.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic view of town and castle from NE.
Box 23-26

Museum

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Physical Description: 524.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Manuscripts: Miniature nella Marsica; Trasacco - Antifonario; Tagliacozzo - Messale; Avezzano - L'Ecultet Metalwork--processional crosses
Post-medieval: Vestments, metalwork, painting, frescoes, sculpture
Box 26

S. Giovanni Battista

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Physical Description: 54.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Tuscan School; Silvestro dell' Aquila; Lorenzetti, Ambrogio
Romanesque church begun in the 14th century. Exterior is covered in the local reddish stone. Exterior views of portal, rose window and sculptural details.
Photos of the interior include general views in the Medieval core collection and details of frescoes in the Hutzel collection. There are frescoes in the vaults and on the arches. Scenes include evangelists and saints. There is also a painted Last Judgment. Objects of interest include a wooden ciborium and confessional stalls. There is also wooden statuary over the high altar from the 17th cent.
Baroque interior added 1706, returned to medieval aspect 1969-71. Hutzel photo campaign date: August 13, 1983.
Box 27

S. Maria Valleverde

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Physical Description: 81.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Lorenzetti, Ambrogio; Sodoma (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi)
Medieval: Sarcophagus (Early Christian); stoups (9-10th centuries)
Post-medieval: Architecture; architectural sculpture; sculpture; frescoes; intarsia; miniatures
 

Corcumello

Box 32

General Views

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Views of street in old town
Box 32

S. Nicola

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Physical Description: 41.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Stefano di Mosciano
Medieval: Pulpit with symbols of the evangelists and SS. Peter and Paul, c. 1267
Post-medieval: Architecture (16th century); paintings (3, unidentified)
 

Corfinio

Box 33

Basilica Valvense

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Maestro Giustino da Chieti; Berardo; Giacomo da Popoli; Mosca, Ferdinando; Patini, Teofilo
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture
Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture, sculpture, frescoes, painting, choir stall, stoup, (mostly Baroque), restoration photos.
 

Filetto

Box 33

S. Crisante e S. Daria

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Physical Description: 35.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: 12-13th century architecture and frescos.
 

Fossa

Box 33

Convent of S. Angelo d'Ocre

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Physical Description: 39.0 items

Scope and Content Note

The convent was built in 1242 for the Benedictines and enlarged in the 15th century by the Franciscans. Prints include exterior or general views of convent and surrounding countryside, interior hallways showing vaulting, portal frames and lunettes decorated with frescoes, courtyard and frescoed ceiling. Other fresco decoration includes 'The Last Supper'.
Five more photos are being put with this monument which are identified by Hutzel as being the Convento di S. Angelo d'Ocre. They show a modest exterior and an interior in the late Renaissance or early Baroque style.
Hutzel photo campaigns are undated. The second, smaller set of 5 photos corresponds with Hutzel's notes.
Box 33

General views

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: General views of city and architecture
Post-medieval: General views of city and architecture
Box 34

Monastery of S. Spirito d'Ocre

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Physical Description: 42.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Mausonio, Giovanni Paolo
Medieval: Architecture (13th century), largely in ruins, with uniform stone construction; architectural sculpture; fresco (c.1280)
Post-medieval: Frescos (16-17th centuries)
Box 34

Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Ciferri, Bernardino
Post-medieval: 18th century architecture (c.1700-1769), with some construction from a 13th century church still remaining; paintings
Variant name: Chiesa dell'Assunta
Box 34

S. Maria delle Grotte

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Physical Description: 49.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Benedictine School; Tuscan School; Sebastiano di Cola; Master of Fossa
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture
Post-medieval: Fresco cycles
Some objects depicted have since been moved to a museum in L'Aquila
 

L'Aquila

Box 13

Church B

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

These prints were not correctly identified; it has not been possible to identify them.
 

Collegiate complex

Box 9-10

S. Bernardino, Church. S. Bernardino, Cloister

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Physical Description: 190.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Della Robbia, Andrea; Cola dall'Amatrice; Cenatiempo, Geronimo; Mosca, Ferdinando; Francesco dell'Aquila; Silvestro dell' Aquila; Ranalli, Caterino; Fiammingo, Rinaldo; Bedeschini, Giovanni Battista; Rainaldi, Giovan Caterino; Salvato; Cesura, Pompeo; Cardone, Paolo; Mosca, Bernardino; Teodoro, Donato; Giuseppe Mantini da Mantova; Romanelli da L'Aquila, Bartolomeo; Romanelli da L'Aquila, Gaspare
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, paintings, frescoes. Views of the cloister from several vantage points and detailed views of the columns and capitals.
Views of exterior and interior, with extensive coverage of mausoleum by Silvestro dell'Aquila.
 

Collegiate complex

Box 8

S. Bernardino, Oratory

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Physical Description: 51.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Several views of entire oratory (once a refectory); detailed views of the frescoes by Paolo Cardone.
Box 13

Convent of the Clarisse

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Physical Description: 53.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Francesco da Montereale; Cardone, Paolo
Exterior views of convent and portals, interior views of church with emphasis on choir fresco, and views of cloister.
Box 13

Madonna del Soccorso

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Physical Description: 98.0 items

Scope and Content Note

L'Aquila; Maestro di S. Giovanni da Capestrano; Andrea de Litio; Fiamingo, Rinaldo
Views of exterior, cloister, and extensive coverage of interior. Objects from church stored in the Museo Nazionale are catalogued under that location.
Objects from the church stored in the Museo Nazionale are catalogued under that location.
Box 4-7

Museo Nazionale d'Abruzzo

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Physical Description: 601.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Museo Nazionale d'Abruzzo
Silvestro dell' Aquila; Naples, 15th century; Santafede, Fabrizio; Naples, 16th century; Rosecci, Giovanni; Rosecco, Bartolomeo; L'Aquila, School; Gatti (de') Saturnino; Cola dall'Amatrice; Gagliardelli, Giovanni Francesco; Troylus, Marianus; Gualterius de Alemagna; Cesura, Pompeo; Valeriano, Padre; Bedeschini, Giulio Cesare; Fantitto, Cesare; Finson, Ludovicus; Pourbus, Frans (the Younger; Flemish, 16th century; Rinaldo il Fiammingo; Mytens, Aert; Ruther, Carl; Conca, Sebastiano; Solimena, Francesco; Brandi, Giacinto; Franceschini, Marco Antonio; Polidoro da Lanciano; Titian; Francesco da Montereale; Albani, Francesco; Damini, Vincenzo; Grue, Francesco Antonio; Gentile, Giacomo; Preti, Mattia; Cardone, Paolo; Silvestro dell' Aquila; Solimena, Francesco; Sarnelli, Gaetano; Caro, Lorenzo de; Lucoli, Giovanni Antonio da; Masters of Beffi; Jacobello del Fiore; Sano di Pietro; Andrea de Litio; Matteo da Campli; Antonio de Caprinis; Master of S. Giovanni da Capestrano; Cola da Cosentino; Silvestro dell' Aquila; Silvestro dell' Aquila; Gasperi, Giovannio Antonio; Giacomo da Campli; Nelli, Ottaviano di Martino; Lavelona, Michele Greco di; Ripanda, Jacopo; Master of the Crivellesque Polyptychs; Bernardino di Cola del Merlo; Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio di Benedetto Aquilo); Sriva, Pirro Luigi; Armanino da Nodena; Niccolo di Buonaccorso; Tino da Camaino; Giovanni d'Angelo; Giovanni da Sulmona; Gavini da Bologna
Roman inscriptions, sculpture and relief
Tabernacle from S. Maria delle Grotte in Fossa with scenes of the Presentation at the Temple, the Flagellation, the Annunciation, and the Betrayal by Judas. Museo Nazionale housed in Castle: several exterior views (The Archeological Museum is one gallery (Sala IV) of the Museo). Remaining views of museum collection, including paintings, processional crosses, reliquaries, chalices, ceramics, textiles, manuscripts, and a number of eighth century Abruzzan Madonna sculptures. Works from the church Madonna del Soccorso also stored in Museo.
Hutzel photo campaign date: August 20, 1985.
Box 8

Palazzo Centi

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Physical Description: 46.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Vanvitelli, Luigi; Parise, Francesco; Cicchi, Loreto
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, frescoes, paintings, decorative arts (Baroque)
Box 8

Palazzo Fiori

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Physical Description: 20.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
Box 8

Palazzo Franchi-Cappelli

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Fontana, Francesco; Damini, Vincenzo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (17th century), sculpture, frescoes
Box 8

Palazzo Manieri

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Physical Description: 22.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Cicchi, Loreto; Parise, Francesco
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, interior moldings, paintings, wood panelling
Box 11

S. Giuseppe

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Physical Description: 35.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Gualterius de Alemagna
Medieval: Architectural sculpture, tomb of Camponeschi family (15th century). Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, tomb of Camponeschi family
One exterior view and four interior apse views. Views of Camponeschi monument.
Formerly known as S. Biagio Should be 34, location of rest unknown.
Box 11

S. Giusta

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Physical Description: 66.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Bonanno da Coppito; Ciarpi, Baccio; L'Aquila School; Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino); Cardone, Paolo
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (14th century)
Medieval section: all exterior views
Hutzel collection: interior views of naves, chapels, frescoes, sacristy and paintings
Bibliographic Citation: Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco (Baroque)
Box 11

S. Marco

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Physical Description: 40.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Cesura, Pompeo; Silvestro dell' Aquila; Damini, Vincenzo; Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino); Damini, Francesco
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (15th century)
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (17th century); sculpture, frescoes
Box 11-12

S. Maria di Collemaggio

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Physical Description: 88.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Pietro da Morrone; Gatti (de') Saturnini; Andrea di Danziga; L'Aquila
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, wall painting (13-15th centuries)
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (18th century), sculpture, frescoes, wall painting, metal crucifix
Coverage of the paintings; some views of interior architectural features.
Box 23

S. Maria di Paganica

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Donti, Giovanni Paolo; Fiammingo, Rinaldo; Damini, Vincenzo; Maganza, Alessandro
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (13-14th centuries), all exterior views with emphasis on portal and architrave sculpture
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (17th century); sculpture, painting, baptismal font
Exterior views with emphasis on the portal and architrave sculpture
Box 12

S. Pietro di Coppito

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Physical Description: 46.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Paolo da Montereale
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (13-14th century), panel painting, frescoes, sculpture. Two exterior views and views of interior both before and after 1971 restoration.
Box 12

S. Silvestro

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Physical Description: 72.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Francesco da Montereale; L'Aquila
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (14th century)
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, fresco, baptismal font
Nine exterior views, including 1320 facade. Views of interior both before and after 1968 restoration, many showing apse frescoes.
 

Luco dei Marsi

Box 36-37

S. Maria delle Grazie

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Physical Description: 69.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, frescoes
 

Monticchio

Box 37

torre

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture
 

Ortucchio

Box 37

Castello Piccolomini

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Physical Description: 23.0 items
Box 37

General views

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Physical Description: 5.0 items
 

Rocca di Botte

Box 45

S. Maria del Pianto

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Physical Description: 51.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Two exterior views, one of facade and one of apse. One interior view of altar. Remaining views of 15th c. frescoes.
 

Rocca di Cambio

Box 45

S. Lucia, Abbey church

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Physical Description: 45.0 items

Scope and Content Note

All exterior views of this 13th c. church stored in Medieval. Views in Hutzel collection are of interior frescoes (14th c.).
 

San Sebastiano

Box 46

S. Sebastiano

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Crivelli, Carlo
Medieval: Architecture (12th-13th centuries): very primitive--probably built by local inhabitants; early Romanesque interior; frescos (13th-15th century?) ; fragments of architectural sculpture
Undocumented Hutzel name: Aquila environs
 

San Vittorino

Box 48

S. Michele

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Two prints of the 16th-century restored interior. Prints of frescoes from the 13th century show Christ in a mandorla, various saints, angels, a Crucifixion and graffiti.
No notes of this photo campaign exist. Negatives for this monument could be misfiled under: San Vittorino, Catacomb of S. Vittorino (in the NNPs).
 

Sulmona

Box 49

Chiesa dell' Annunziata

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Physical Description: 94.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Balcone, Bartolomeo; Baldi, Lazzaro; Simonelli, Giuseppe; Gamba, Paolo; Cicchi, Norberto; Fontana, Pietro; Spagna, Giacomo
Exterior views of baroque facade and courtyard (13th-14th century), including the entrance to the Museo Civico. Interior views: ornate pilasters, baroque cupola, white plaster angels and seraphim decoration, marble intarsia altar and balustrade, niched gilt wooden saints, rococo organ, pulpit, wooden choirstalls by Balcone, 18th century altar paintings, ceiling and cupola frescoes.
Box 48

General views

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Physical Description: 22.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of the Piazza Garibaldi, which include views of various church facades, such as S. Maria del Carmine, S. Chiara and S. Filippo. Also exterior views of the Biblioteca Comunale, Palazzo Migliorati, S. Francesco della Scarpa, S. Caterina, Piazza XX Settembre, and the Fontana del Vecchio. One view of the Aqueduct is found in the Medieval core collection.
Hutzel photo campaign date: November 1984.
Box 48

Historical Center

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Physical Description: 30.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Roman gravestone with hunt scene.
These views of Sulmona shows its various architectural styles from the 13th through the 17th century. Emphasis is on windows, balconies and portals. The facade, the interior courtyard, and the baroque roof garden of the renaissance Palazzo Mazara (Palazzo Comunale) are included.
Hutzel photo campaign date: November 3, 1984
Box 50

S. Chiara

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Physical Description: 71.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Borsillo, Francesco Antonio; Pescocostanzo, Master; Cesari, Giuseppe
Exterior views of the 16th century baroque church and adjacent cloister. Views focus on the sculpted wooden portal by the Master from Pescocostanzo. Interior views include: pulpit, cupola, frescoed pendentives of the four evangelists, ceiling frescoes, altar paintings, ornate altars, marble architectural sculpture and gilt architectural details.
Hutzel photo campaign date: November 3, 1984
 

Chieti

 

Chieti

Box 27-28

Museo Nazionale di Antichita

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Physical Description: 210.0 items

Scope and Content Note

The so-called "Capestrano Warrior" (5th century B.C.) is found in the Antiquities core collection under Men, Youths, Warriors--Stone--Etruscan, Italic. Hutzel views include statues, funerary monuments, portrait busts and mosaics, many of which were excavated from Alba Fucens. Hutzel paid particular attention to the colossal statue of Hercules (late Hellenistic); the funerary temple reliefs of Lucius Storax; various nudes, torsos and heads, including the portrait bust of Agrippina Minore and the sepulchral portrait relief of Lucius Poditius (1st century A.D.); gravestones with inscriptions and bas-reliefs; Roman coins; bronze figurines (mainly warriors); and bronze vessels, utensils, helmets and ornaments.
Exterior views of part of the former Villa Frigeri, which along with a neighboring palazzo, houses the Museo Nazionale di Antichita. Views also of the gardens, fountain (17th century) and the restored interior.
Hutzel photo campaign date: 1985
 

Chieti

Box 29

S. Tommaso Apostolo, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 69.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Cirilli, Guido; Bartolomeo di Giacomo; Antonio da Lodi; Biagetti, Biagio; Sammartino, Giuseppe; Mosca, Ferdinando; Nicola da Guardiagrele; Naples; Niccolo Teutonico; Niccolo di Laurentius
Cathedral was begun in 840, and building continued in the 11th cent. It was reconstructed in the 14th cent. The interior underwent a radical restoration in the 18th cent. in the Baroque style. The campanile was built in 1335. Photos include exterior views of the facade and the campanile along with several details. The interior views show the Baroque nave with its vaults and cupola. There are paintings in the vaults and over the altars, including one of St. Thomas & Christ over the main altar.
There are also photos of the marble paliotto in front of the altar (17th cent.). Other interior details are the baptismal font, a wooden statue of the Madonna & Child, and wooden statues of two saints, one St. Peter. There are also several photos of the crypt, including a few of the painting fragments remaining there.
Hutzel photo campaign date: July 9, 1985. There are no photos for many of the crypt negatives; however, the remaining negatives appear to belong to this monument.
 

Fossacesia

Box 34

S. Giovanni in Venere

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
Post-medieval: Frescoes
 

Lanciano

Box 35

S. Maria del Ponte, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 50.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Michitelli, Eugenio; Sotardo, Tommaso; Diana, Giacinto; Francesco de Vincentiis; Nicola da Guardiagrele
Cathedral is built around a bridge said to date from the 300s and built by Diocletian. It was renovated around 1000.
The cathedral itself dates from the 15th cent. and incorporated Diocletian's bridge into its structure. The cathedral was heavily renovated from 1785-88, giving the Cathedral a Baroque-Neoclassical facade and interior. There are general views of the church exterior and the bridge. Interior views include the nave and cupola, both of which date from the 1785-88 restoration. The high altar contains sculptural figures; as well, there is a sculpture of the Madonna del Ponte dating from the 14th cent. Paintings include frescoes of the 4 evangelists in the pendentives of the cupola and of the Last Supper, the Holy Family, the Madonna Enthroned and saints being stoned to death. The paintings date from the 18th century.
Hutzel photo campaign date: August 13, 1985.
 

Lanciano

Box 35

S. Maria Maggiore

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Physical Description: 34.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Francesco Petrini; Nicola da Guardiagrele; Giovanni da Sulmona; G.C. Bedeschini
Church dates from 14th century and reputedly is built over a temple of Apollo. Parts of the church were renovated in the 16th century, but some of this renovation was removed in 1965, returning the church to its original style. There are many exterior views, with particular attention paid to the apse and right portals with their rose windows. There are general views of the interior. A few paintings are photographed; the main objects are a processional cross and a wooden crucifix with terracotta figures of Mary and St. John.
Hutzel photo campaign date: August 14, 1985. Most of tohe negatives no prints are definitely this monument. However, some may belong to other monuments.
 

Citta Sant'Angelo

Box 29

S. Chiara

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
Box 30

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 39.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (14th century)
Post-medieval: Architecture, cupola (18th century)
 

Civitaretenga

Box 30

Centro Storico

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Physical Description: 61.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, town streets and structures including Palazzo Giudea
Box 30

Madonna dell'Arco

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Physical Description: 43.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, frescoes
Box 30

Madonna delle Grazie

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Physical Description: 17.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture (16th century)
Box 31

S. Antonio

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Physical Description: 119.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture; Cloister (13-15th century)
Box 32

S. Egidio

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Physical Description: 73.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (ruins), frescoes
 

Ioanella

Box 34

S. Pietro d'Azzano

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Physical Description: 37.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, baptismal font, stoup
Post-medieval: Fresco, painting (Pietro di Azzano with Saints)
 

Isola del Gran Sasso d'Italia

Box 35

S. Giovanni al Mavone (or "ad Insulam")

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of the Medival architecture; interior views show the Medieval fresco decoration.
Hutzel shot this campaign in 1985.
Box 35

S. Massimo

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Physical Description: 48.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Matteo de Caprio; Ferrante di Alarcon; Andrea de Litio
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, frescoes, painting, monstrance, reliquary
Box 35

S. Sebastian

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Andrea de Litio
Post-medieval: 15th century architecture, architectural sculpture, frescoes, ciborium
Box 37

S. Orante

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Physical Description: 39.0 items
 

Paganica

Box 38

Madonna del Castello

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Physical Description: 50.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Mosca, Ferdinando
Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture (15-17th centuries) Exterior coverage of this late-renaissance church includes views of the facade, the main portal and architrave, the rose window, the flank, bell tower, side portals and architectural details. Interior views are of the nave, main altar (including detail views), side altars, sculpture, and architectural details.
Frescoes from this church housed in the L'Aquila Museo Nazionale
 

Paganica

Box 38

Santuario della Madonna d'Appari

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Physical Description: 55.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Bedeschini, Giulio Cesare; L'Aquila; Francesco da Montereale
Post-medieval: Architecture (13-15th century); exterior views of facade, with details of portal and window; interior details of 16th century frescoes.
 

Pescocostanzo

Box 42-43

Basilica

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Physical Description: 145.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Sabatini, Carlo; Bucci, Giovannangelo; Ferradini, Francesco; Gianni, Giambattista; Tanzio da Varallo (Antonio d'Enrico); Borsillo, Francesco Antonio; Cardone, Giovan Paolo; Parisi, Francesco; Fanzago, Cosimo; Mosca, Tommaso; Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino); Frezza, Ovanus; Panfilo, Rainaldi
Medieval: Wood statues (2) (9-10, 12th century); stone bust (10th century
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, sculpture, objects in the museum
 

Pescocostanzo

Box 43

S. Maria del Carmine

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture
 

Prata d'Ansidonia

Box 44

S. Nicola

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Physical Description: 41.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architectural sculpture, ambo (13th century)
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, (of note: portal)
 

Prata d'Ansidonia

Box 44

S. Paolo Peltuinum

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (12-13th century); architectural sculpture, wall painting (13th century). Pre 1960 restoration
Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. Includes 4 photos of castello.
 

Prata d'Ansidonia

Box 44

S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture, fresco (in ruins)
Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. The notes for this monument are included in the notes for the castello, the Peltuinum ampitheater and the church of S. Paolo.
 

Preturo

Box 44

General views

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Physical Description: 18.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General views of fragments and inscriptions.
 

Preturo

Box 44

Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture: view of entrance portal.
 

Rosciolo dei Marsi (environs)

Box 45

S. Maria in Valle Porclaneta

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Physical Description: 27.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Master Niccolo; Nicodemus; Robertus di Ruggero
Exterior views of this former Benedictine abbey church include an inscribed plaque before the narthex; a polygonal apse with foliate sculptural details (13th century); and windows. Interior views include the tomb of Mater Niccolo and damaged frescoes (13th-16th centuries), but most coverage is of the architectural sculpture. The choir screen (mid 12th-13th centuries) is decorated with seraphim, busts of apostles in relief, foliate forms, rosettes, eagles, a lion, dragon, griffin, acanthus molding and vine scroll. The pulpit decoration consists of foliage inhabited by bearded or nude men, griffins or beasts as well as narrative relief sculpture such as Jonah coughed up by a whale and Jonah sitting under a gourd tree. The ciborium, piers and impost blocks are also decorated with figures, rosettes, dentils, quadrupeds and foliage.
 

S. Giuliano (L'Aquila environs)

Box 47

Museo

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Physical Description: 186.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Museum
Roman coins; Greek and Roman sculpture; Egyptian sculpture and minor arts; Pre-Columbian sculpture.
Views of the four collections housed in museum: Roman coins; Pre-Columbian art brought from Central America in 17th century; Greek and Roman sculpture; Egyptian sculpture and minor arts.
There are many duplicate prints, and this accounts for the small amount of negatives per total prints.
 

S. Giuliano

Box 10

S. Giuliano

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Physical Description: 97.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Two exterior views and numerous interior views, including altars, sacristy, and paintings; several views of the cloister with intensive coverage of the lunette frescoes.
 

San Benedetto dei Marsi

Box 45

S. Sabina

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture and architectural sculpture, largely in ruins. The elaborately carved portal remains intact.
 

San Demetrio ne' Vestini

Box 45

Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture
Post-medieval: Architecture (17th century) built around older, medieval structures; architectural decoration; paintings on canvas; polychrome wooden sculpture.
 

San Stefano di Sessanio

Box 46

Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 45.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 15th century architecture with partially destroyed campanile; architectural sculpture; sculpture in wood and in terracotta; 16th century fresco of local school.
 

San Vittorino

Box 48

Catacomb of S. Vittorino

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Six prints show an altar and frescoes from the catacomb. Negatives show these same views as well as other tombs, frescoes, sculpture and fragments thereof. There is extensive coverage of the martyr Vittorino's tomb; an inscription from the tomb includes the name of the bishop Quodvultdeus.
No Hutzel notes for this monument exist. Some negatives of S. Michele may be included with the negatives of the Catacomb.
 

Santo Stefano di Sessanio

Box 46

General views

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Physical Description: 17.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture.
Post-medieval: General views of architecture and architectural sculpture.
 

Scurcola Marsicana

Box 48

Castello

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: 13th century architecture (1269) with massive cylindrical towers. Structure is partially in ruins.
 

Scurcola Marsicana

Box 48

SS. Trinita

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Late Renaissance architecture. Double staircase added to facade in 1631.
 

Sulmona

Box 48

Badia Morronese

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Physical Description: 35.0 items

Scope and Content Note

S. Spirito
Giovanni da Sulmona; Gualterius de Alemagna
Views of baroque interior under restoration. Most views are of fresco cycles from the life of Christ (14th century). All the prints in the Medieval section are views of the tomb of Restaino Caldora-Cantelmo (1412) in the gothic chapel, Cappella Caldora.
 

Sulmona

Box 49-50

Museo Civico

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Physical Description: 102.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Ciccarello di Francesco
Museo Civico Treasures: these objects (Tesoro del Pio Istituto della SS. Annunziata and Tesoro della Cattedrale) are now housed in the security vault of a bank, not in the Museo Civico, as noted in Hutzel's photo campaign notes of August 1984. Views of the treasures include: a silver processional cross (14th century); gold, silver and enamel chalice (13th century), gold and silver crosier with sculpted figures depicting the Annunciation (13th century), a silver and gold reliquary with glass (13th century), a silver diadem (13th century), and a box-like silver and gold reliquary (15th century).
A separate entry for the other objects in the collection of the Museo Civico are found under Palazzo dell'Annuziata.
 

Sulmona

Box 50

S. Francesco della Scarpa

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Physical Description: 50.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Salvitti, Nicola; Fedeli, Antonio; Barocci, Federico; Cesari, Giuseppe; Olmo, Giovanni Paolo; Eugenio Porretta da Arpino
Views of the Baroque interior include: a baroque organ, a dome frescoed with perspectival architecture, a loggia and confessional, wooden ciborium (16th century), altar statues and architectural sculpture, altar paintings of the Visitation, Saint Anthony of Padua, and the Assumption of the Virgin, wooden crucifix, wooden statue of St. Francis, holy water font, and a marble sarcophagus with a life-size dead Christ lying on the top.
Among the negatives without prints are views of the main portal lunette--a fresco of the Madonna lactans, possibly by Nicola Salvitti.
 

Sulmona

Box 51

S. Maria della Tomba

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Physical Description: 27.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Palma de Amabile; Bartolomeo da Pisa; Olmo, Giovanni Paolo; Bellini, Giovanni; Pasquale, Cera; Silvestro dell'Aquila
Exterior views of the 15th century facade of church and 16th century facade of the adjoining confraternity include details of the main portal and rose window (c. 1400) and bell tower (c. 1579). Views of a typical 16th century, romanesque-gothic interior, revealed after a 1970-72 restoration which removed the more recent baroque decoration. Views include: piers (14th century), relief sculpture of Adam and Eve (13th century), a bronze bell (1313), marble ciborium, winding column and capital, 13th and 14th century fresco fragments, 16th and 17th century altar paintings, altar sculpture, crucifix and terracotta statues.
 

Sulmona

Box 51

S. Panfilo, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 41.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Nicola Salvitti; Leonardo da Teramo; Amedeo Tedeschi; Patini, Teofilo; Giovanni da Sulmona; Colombo, Giacomo
Exterior views of the facade, various portals and apses. Details of the main gothic portal include statues of Saints Panfilo and Pelino, and a lunette fresco of the Pieta and mourners. Interior views include: ceiling frescoes, cupola paintings of music-making angels (19th-20th centuries), low-relief sculptures of the Four Evangelists in the pendentives, sarcophagi, a baroque marble high altar, choirstalls, a baptismal font, a wooden crucifix (13th-14th centuries), a gilt bust of St. Panfilo, 13th century frescoes by the Sulmona School, altar paintings of St. Joseph and St. Carlo Borromeo. In the 11th century crypt are capitals of various styles (including one figural in an orans gesture), a 12th century relief sculpture of the Madonna and Child, a throne, frescoes and sarcophagi.
 

Tagliacozzo

Box 51

General views

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of buildings overlooking the Piazza dell'Obelisco, including the renaissance Palazzo Mastroddi and neo-gothic additions to renaissance structures. Views of the Via del Municipio Vecchio, with emphasis on a portal with a keystone resembling Frankenstein.
Hutzel photo campaign date: August 2, 1983
 

Tagliacozzo

Box 51

Palazzo Ducale

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Physical Description: 45.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Francesco di Giorgio Martini; Gozzoli, Benozzo; Delitio, Andrea; Lorenzo da Viterbo
Exterior views of the renaissance palace built in the 14th and 15th centuries by the Orsini family, with much attention to windows. Interior views of a loggia (15th century) with poorly preserved frescoes by Lorenzo da Viterbo. More impressive is the Orsini chapel with its coffered ceilings and Viterbo's frescoes of the Redemption, Annunciation, Adoration of the Magi, Baptism and Crucifixion. (See view in H-29 for a possible self-portrait among the Magi)
Hutzel photo campaign date: August 2, 1983
 

Tagliacozzo

Box 52

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 22.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Ciarpi, Baccio
Exterior views of 14th century church and cloister with bell tower and well. Emphasis on portals to the cloister and church, and the rose window. Interior views of a hallway with a frescoed ceiling showing Thomas of Celano and a tree of Franciscan lineage--the lignum vitae. In the cloister are frescoed lunettes with scenes from the life of St. Francis and Pope Innocent III.
Hutzel photo campaign date: August 2, 1983
 

Tagliacozzo

Box 52

S. Maria del Soccorso

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Physical Description: 27.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Santafede, Fabrizio; Guerra, Giovanni
Exterior views of church begun in the 12th century, with later additions, including a bell tower, portico (1542), and gothic portal (1495). Interior views show remnants of frescoes such as St. Sebastian from the 14th century to the 16th/17th-century main altarpiece with oil paintings by Giovanni Guerra. In the sacristy is a painting of the Bishop of Tagliacozzo with the city at his feet (17th century).
 

Tagliacozzo

Box 51

SS. Cosma e Damiano

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Physical Description: 56.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Martino di Biasca; Alamanno, Pietro
Exterior views: facade (15th century), portal leading to courtyard (1452), facade portals and windows. Interior views: ribbed vaulting, baroque altars lining the the sides of the cruciform church, apse fresco, gilt baroque tabernacle in the form of a temple (18th century), tabernacle statues, pulpit, Orsini coat-of-arms, details of altar paintings, and the tomb of General Conte Resta.
 

Tornimparte

Box 53

S. Panfilo, Parish church

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Physical Description: 77.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Silvestro dell' Aquila; Gatti, Saturnino
Roman gravestone in the front yard.
Exterior views of the restored church: grey piers, bell tower, romanesque portal and damaged frescoes on the porch (14th-15th centuries). Views of the Renaissance-baroque interior: organ-loft (17th century), ceiling frescoes, apse frescoes, altar frescoes, altarpieces, and statues. Fresco and painting subjects include: St. Cecilia, St. Francis with Brother Leo, Paradise, Christ Arrested, the Flagellation, the Deposition, the Resurrection, the Annunciation, Madonna and Child, and God the Father surrounded by music-making angels (in the apse). Two views of the side portal are found in the Medieval core collection.
Hutzel photo campaign date: May 29, 1984
 

Trasacco

Box 55-56

SS. Rufino e Cesidio

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Physical Description: 212.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Silvestro dell' Aquila; Silvestro dell' Aquila; Aquila School (15th century); Aquila School (14th century); Carozzo, Cascarello
A baptismal font and possibly bas-reliefs (immured spolia) in the Oratory.
The original monument was destroyed in 936, rebuilt, modified throughout the 16th century (with an addition to the nave in 1618), and restored in 1969. Exterior views include the bell tower and general building facades. Most views focus on the architectural sculpture of the Portale delle Donne and the Portale degli Uomini. Interior views in the Medieval core collection focus on a statue of St. Catherine in an aedicule (15th century); an ambo lecturn (pluteus) decorated with the four symbols of the Evangelists (c. 1267); a statue of the Virgin and Child under a sculpted baldachin on the entrance wall of the oratory (14th century) and the main altar composed of sarcophagus fragments of lions and peacocks in low-relief (8th-10th centuries).
Interior views in the Hutzel collection include: the altar statue of S. Cesidio, frescoes of the Annunciation and the Archangel Michael, immured bas-reliefs in the Oratory, and various details of fresco fragments and altar sculpture. In the Sacristy are: silver reliquary busts of S. Cesidio and S. Rufino, a silver monstrance and thurible, a cabinet of reliquary busts, carved furniture and a wooden statue of the Virgin and Child.
Bibliographic materials housed in Center Library: Trasacco Prima di Roma, Trasacco e i suoi Tesori, by Evaristo Angelini
 

Vittorito

Box 56

S. Maria del Borgo

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Physical Description: 49.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 15th century architecture with exterior fresco of Madonna and Child enthroned, with saints, partially ruined. Interior has fresco and stucco work (1511), wooden sculpture, stoups, inscriptions, coat-of- arms, and paintings on canvas.
 

Vittorito

Box 56

S. Michele Arcangelo

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Physical Description: 49.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Fragments of relief sculpture
Post-medieval: 15th century architecture and architectural sculpture; frescos; ciborium
Variant name: S. Angelo.
 

Pescara

 

Caramanico Terme

Box 19

S. Maria Maggiore

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Physical Description: 35.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 15th century architecture and architectural sculpture, including elaborately carved capitals, cornice, and entrance portal; 14th century sculpture of different styles and origins mounted on columns on the exterior of church
 

Citta Sant'Angelo

Box 29

Collegiata di S. Michele

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Physical Description: 101.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Atri School; Colombo, Giacomo; Antonio da Lodi; Monti, Giuseppe
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (14-15th century)
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting
 

Cugnoli

Box 33

S. Stefano, Parish church

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Physical Description: 44.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Silvestro dell' Aquila; Majeski, Sebastiano
Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (13th-14th century); sculpture; ambone
Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture; painting; sculpture; fresco
 

Loreto Aprutino

Box 36

S. Maria in Piano

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Physical Description: 134.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views include: a portico with four arches, a tower, an ornately sculptured portal with a fresco of the Pieta in the lunette (1559). Views of the interior include: a stoup, 17th century wood pulpit, altar paintings, marble altar and baroque altarpiece with details of sculptures and paintings. Most views are of the 14th century frescoes. On the entrance wall is a curious scene of the Last Judgment: Christ in a mandorla sits enthroned among various saints, music-making angels, Virgins and Patriarchs; three saints kneel below him, one in bishops' robes and two in Capuchin habit; instruments of the Passion lay on a table. In the lower register, nude souls cross a bridge, are judged by St. Michael, and then climb up a palm tree to enter a house whereupon they are clothed and dance. Other frescoes include scenes of the life of St. Thomas (under which is much graffiti), and various saints such as St. Catherine of Alexandria, St. Lucy, St. Anthony Abbot, St. Mary Magdalene, and St. Jerome.
 

Manoppello Scalo

Box 37

S. Maria Arabona

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Silvestro dell' Aquila; Antonio da Atri
Exterior views of this Cistercian church (begun in 1208) include details of the restored facade, aisle buttresses, chapter house and cloister buildings. Interior coverage of the nave, transept, aisles, vaulting, and the chapter house. Most prints are of the architectural sculpture: altar, piers, capitals, corbels, tabernacle (or reliquary), and a 13th-century paschal candlestick, gorgeously decorated with vinescroll and birds.
Post-medieval: side altar frescoes of St. Sebastian, St. Anthony of Padua and the Pieta (15th century); apse frescoes (14th century).
Filed under Manoppello Scalo, not Chieti.
 

Penne

Box 39

Cathedral

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Sammartino
Romanesque church on site of Roman ruins. Cathedral now has Renaissance side door, and 14th century bell tower. Facade reconstructed in 1955. Several views of the 12th century altar, reconstructed after WWII bombing, of the 13th century crucifix, and of gold statue of S. Massimo from 1762.
 

Penne

Box 39

General views

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Physical Description: 52.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Exterior views of various buildings in centro storico, with emphasis on palazzi and portals.,
 

Penne

Box 39

Madonna del Carmine

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Physical Description: 83.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Francia, Aniello; Manfrini, Enrico
Post-medieval: fourteen views of baroque exterior, including detail views of main portal and columns. Interior views of nave, altars, cupola, choir, architectural sculpture, paintings, sculpture, and frescoes.
Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
 

Penne

Box 39-40

Palazzo Vescovile, Museo

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Physical Description: 165.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture; architectural sculpture (detatched); sculpture.
Post-medieval: Sculpture, painting, architectural sculpture (detached), altar cloth: objects from Penne and Loreto Apruntino.
Hutzel included bibliographic information, now in Center Library "Guida Turistica al Centro Storico dell Citta di Penne." Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated, but a notation on the back of a print indicates that campaign may have occurred in 1986.
 

Penne

Box 40-41

S. Domenico

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Physical Description: 144.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Mosca, Ferdinando; Carinola, Sebastiano; Tereo, Stefano; Carracci, Annibale; Giotto; Ragazzini, Giovanni Battista
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (13-17th century), sculpture. Also views of Piazza Luca da Penne
Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
 

Penne

Box 41-42

S. Maria in Colleromano, Convent church

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Physical Description: 121.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: exterior views, including detailed views of main portal. Views of interior, including naves, altars, architectural (17-18th century) sculpture, painting, and frescoes. Several views of cloister and colonnade.
Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
 

Pianella

Box 43

S. Angelo

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Physical Description: 59.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Maestro Acuto
Medieval: Romanesque architecture, architectural sculpture, ambone
Post-medieval: Fresco, (13-14th century)
 

Popoli

Box 43

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 22.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Romanesque architecture rebuilt in the late 15th century, 17th century addition to facade and 18th century belltower; sculpture.
 

Popoli

Box 44

SS. Lorenzo e Biagio

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Stoup.
Post-medieval: 16th century architecture; elaborate altar; choir stalls; paintings on canvas; sculpture; fresco; stoup.
 

Popoli

Box 44

SS. Trinita

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 18th century architecture with three portals and octagonal drum for cupola.
 

Popoli

Box 44

Taverna Ducale

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Civic architecture (c.1350); architectural sculpture, including coats-of-arms and reliefs.
 

Serramonacesca

Box 48

S. Liberatore a Maiella

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Physical Description: 8.0 items
 

Torre de' Passeri

Box 53

Cathedral

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of the baroque facade and portal and one interior view.
 

Popoli

Box 43

General views

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: General views of architecture and architectural sculpture.
 

Sant' Eusanio Forconese

Box 46

S. Eusanio

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Physical Description: 68.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antonio da Aquila; Aquila School (15th century); Baldi, Lazzaro
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (9-14th century)
Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture, frescoes, painting, sculpture (16-17th century)
One Hutzel photo campaign date: 1983
 

Sulmona

 

Pacentro

Box 38

S. Maria Maggiore

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Physical Description: 69.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of late fifteenth century facade, campanile, portals and fountain. Interior views of naves, altars, pulpit, ceiling, and carved doors.
 

Teramo

 

Atri

Box 14

Cattedrale, Museo Capitolare

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Physical Description: 111.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Salone 2
Riccione, Carlo; Venetian, 13th century; R. Palmezzo; Silvestro dell' Aquila; Silvestro dell' Aquila; Giovanni da Atri,; Della Robbia, Andrea; L'Aquila School; Grue, Francesco Antonio; Barbieri, Francesco; Cenatiempo, Girolamo; Tamburelli, Serafino; Conca, Sebastiano; Orsi, Lelio; Moranzoni, Gaspere
Medieval: Metalwork, woodwork
Post-medieval: Woodwork, metalwork (processional cross, reliquary, enamel) predella, architectural elements, sculpture; ceramics (6 plates, one vase, all attributed to Francesco Grue
General views of galleries.
 

Atri

Box 14

S. Maria Assunta, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 68.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Gianni, Giovanni Battista; Vanvitelli, Luigi; Pietra d'Istria; Rainaldo di Atri; Antonio da Lodi; Raimondo di Poggio; Giacomo da Atri; Paolo de Garvis da Bissone; Andrea de Litio; Antonio da Atri
Roman grave relief
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (11-15th century); sculpture; wall paintings (15th century), terracotta
Post-medieval: Frescos, architecture, sculpture, metalwork (reliquary and tabernacle)
Exterior and interior views; extensive, detailed coverage of choir frescoes.
 

Atri

Box 14

S. Maria Assunta, Cloister

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of cloister and Roman cistern (now a crypt); views of crypt including coverage of frescoes and stone fragments from the portals.
 

Atri

Box 15

S. Maria di Propezzano

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Physical Description: 52.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Extensive coverage of exterior and interior, with emphasis on the interior frescoes.
 

Atri

Box 15

S. Reparata

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Two views of the exterior and several views of interior altars and paintings. This church forms part of the S. Maria Assunta Episcopal complex, located at the end of the right flank of the cathedral.
Hutzel photo campaign date: July 2, 1983. Notes for this monument are found under the Cathedral/Cloister notes for this date.
 

Campli

Box 17

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 43.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Cola dall'Amatrice; Donato Teodoro; Silvestro di L'Aquila
Exterior views of the Medieval architecture; interior views include Medieval frescos and Renaissance altarpieces.
Hutzel shot this campaign in 1985
 

Campli

Box 18

S. Giovanni

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Physical Description: 41.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Giacomo da Campli; Paolo De Matteis
Details of both the exterior and interior Medieval architecture of the church; interior photos show details of the Baroque paintings and Medieval Frescos.
Hutzel shot the campaign in 1985
 

Campli

Box 18

S. Maria in Platea

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Physical Description: 73.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Giovanni Fontana; Giovanni Francesco Gagliardelli; Donato Teodoro; Sebastiano da Como; Giovanni Battista Ragazzini; Giulio Cesare Bedeschini; Giovanni Biasuccio; Cola da Amatrice; Guiseppe Felice
Exterior views of the Medieval and Baroque architecture of the church; inteior views include the Baroque ceiling painting and side altars, and the late Medieval fresco cycle in the crypt.
Hutzel shot this campaign in 1985
 

Campli

Box 18

S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Girolamo di Campli
Medieval fresco fragments and Renaissance glazed terracotta sculptures.
Hutzel shot this campaign in 1985
 

Carpineto della Nora

Box 20

Abbey of S. Bartolomeo

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Physical Description: 71.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Badia first established in 962, rebuilt in the 12th & 13th cents. Exterior views of monument, ruins and countryside. Architrave is ornamented with various kinds of animal figures. The interior is based on the plan of S. Clemente a Casauria. There is extensive sculptural relief on both the capitals and the altar, depicting again fanciful animal and floral forms.
No campaign date, Hutzel notes only.
 

Castel Castagna

Box 20

S. Maria di Ronzano

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Physical Description: 33.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Berardo
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (12th century); frescoes (12th century); baptismal font
Objects in treasury (?): processional cross, reliquary shrines, silver plate, wooden statue of the Virgin and Child
Post-medieval: Sculpture (13th century, repainted 17th cent.), sculpture fragments; Easter candle, frescoes of Old and New Testament scenes including the Patriarchs and Christ in a mandorla.
Hutzel photo campaign dates: March 14, 1983 and July 11, 1985.
 

Teramo

Box 52

Historical Center

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Five views in the Medieval Core Collection show the exterior walls and courtyard of the cloister of the Duomo (or former Cathedral). Four views in Hutzel of archaeological artifacts. Unidentified negatives are of blind portals and exterior walls as well as topographical maps of the region taken from books.
See Hutzel's notes: Teramo--"Centro storico" Most prints are missing.
 

Teramo

Box 52

Pinacoteca

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Physical Description: 60.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Giovanni da Sulmona; Cerquozzi, Michelangelo; Mura, Francesco de; Roman School, 16th century; Abruzzi; Ferrara; Neapolitan School; Umbrian School; Lombard School; Venetian School (18th century); Borgognone School; Fiammingo School; Rantvic, Bernardo; Giacomo da Campli; Ghisolfi, Giovanni; Gentileschi, Orazio; Belvedere, Andrea; Latour, Georges de; Cairo, Francesco del; Ribera, Jusepe de; Barocci, Federico; Giordano, Luca; Castelli (ceramics, 17th-19th century); Vincentis, Vincenzo de
Collections include a panel painting of Pope Clement by Giovanni da Sulmona, a polyptych by Giacomo da Campli, painted Castelli ceramics, paintings of St. Sebastian and other saints, and a Last Supper, perhaps by Bernardo Rantvic or the Fiammingo School.
 

Teramo

Box 52

S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 34.0 items

Scope and Content Note

View of Baroque facade built in the 19th century. General views of the interior include: an organ, dome, pulpit, two stone side altars, confessionals, and wall paintings. The coverage emaphasizes the main altar (16th century) which is silver and depicts a scene of the Last Supper. In the Oratory are frescoes of the Four Evangelists in the dome pendentives, a ceiling fresco, and wall paintings.
 

Teramo

Box 52-53

S. Berardo, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 98.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Nicolo da Guardiagrele; Antonio da Lodi; Deodatus; Conti, Ulderico; Jacobello del Fiore; Cambellotti, Duilio; Majeski, Sebastiano; Bedeschini, Giulio Cesare; Mosca, Ferdinando; Bonolis, Giuseppe
Roman trophies (reused Roman spolia, possibly from the amphitheatre) built into the exterior walls of the nave.
Exterior views mainly of the facade: doors and portal sculpture by Deodatus; also views of the bell tower, crossing, and dome. Interior views of the restored nave (12th century): capitals, low-relief sculpture and holy water basins. Choir (14th century): the roof, a paschal candlestick, and a pulpit; also numerous views of a silver altar (1433-1438) with scenes from the Life of Christ and his Passion. Sacristy: (16th century) an elaborately carved altarpiece, paintings, and wood furniture. Baroque chapel of S. Berardo (17th century): a cupola, niched statues, ornate capitals, pendentive sculptures, an altar with a marble sarcophagus and ciborium, and a reliquary in the shape of an arm. Negatives (but no prints) show a silver bust of S. Berardo from this chapel. Other interior views include a holy water font, the coat of arms of the Bishop Micozzi, crucifix (13th century), rose window, fresco fragments, a large ciborium, a polyptych (1410) and bishop's throne.
Hutzel photo campaign date: 1/29/85
 

Teramo

Box 53

S. Getulio

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Physical Description: 34.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Prints of S. Getulio show exterior and interior views of ruins of first Byzantine, then Romanesque church. This was the former cathedral. Details of the prints include a small Romanesque interior with architectural details, and shots on on-going excavations both outside and beneath the floor.
Hutzel photo campaign date: July 10, 1985. It is possible that the negatives are misidentified as the negatives for all the photos are missing.
 

Tossicia

Box 54

General views

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General views of town.
Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. These photos are part of the notes for S. Maria dell'Assunta.
 

Tossicia

Box 54

S. Antonio Abate

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Physical Description: 46.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of church and portal dated 1471 with its symbols of the Evangelists, the Archangel Gabriel, an Annunciation and S. Antonio Abbate. Additionally there are exterior photos of other architectural details. There are no photos of the interior.
Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
 

Tossicia

Box 54

S. Maria Assunta

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Physical Description: 118.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Mecolo (or Nicolo) di Penne
External views of church and facade with its carved human heads, although in most part rather rustic. Photos of late Renaissance interior (1570) with its curved moldings and ornamentation in the time between the Renaissance and Baroque. It is not as ornate as later Baroque interiors. There are details of a painting of the Assumption, the pulpit and the ornate high altar of wood decorated with gold. There are also a few photos of restoration taking place.
Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. Seven of the first numbered prints are in "general views."
 

Tossicia

Box 55

S. Teresa extra Moenia

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Physical Description: 36.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Renaissance monument outside of town similar to the funerary chapels found in necropoli. Exterior views of facade and architectural details as well as shots of the altar with its ornate grotesque carvings.
Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. Hutzel identifies this church as either S. Teresa extra Moenia or S. Maria della Neve. However, TCI only lists S. Teresa extra Moenia.
Box 57-64

Series II. Basilicata

Physical Description: 8.0 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Basilicata with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

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

Matera

 

Matera

Box 57

Chiesa del Peccato Originale

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Physical Description: 70.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, frescoes
Box 57

Chiesa del Purgatorio

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Physical Description: 72.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Built 1747, architecture, architectural sculpture, painting
Box 57

Conservatorio di Musica "Egidio Duni"

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Built 18th century, with monumental arc added 1779. Architecture, architectural sculpture. Palace originally convent of reformed Franciscans; in Napoleonic period served as municipal seat; from 1860-1944 seat of "uffici comunale."
General Notes: These views form part of numerical sequence for Sassi.
Box 58-60

Duomo

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Physical Description: 364.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Santoro, Giovanni Battista; Oppido, Giovanni Donato; Persio, Domizio; Pacecco de Rosa; Tarantino, Giovanni da Ariano Irpino; Venetian School (17th century); Ruffatti di Padova; Altobello Persio da Matera; D' Alessandro, Sannazaro; Scorrano, Luigi; Persio, Giulio
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (1268-70). Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture; interior remodelled in 1627 and in 1776 includes sculpture, painting, frescoes, choir stall
Box 60

Madonna delle Virtu

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Physical Description: 39.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture. Post-medieval: Exterior architecture (early 17th century)
General Notes: Exterior views of this church were included in the numerical sequence for Sassi; these have now been reassigned numbers consistent with the numbering for the individual monument.
Box 60

S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture Built 1594 on site of S. Guglielmo, remodelled in 1750s.
General Notes: These views form part of numerical sequence for Sassi.
Box 60

S. Antonio Abate

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Physical Description: 8.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
General Notes: These views form part of numerical sequence for Sassi.
Box 60

S. Chiara

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Physical Description: 20.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (17th century)
Box 60-61

S. Francesco d'Assisi

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Physical Description: 132.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Stefano da Putignano; Paulicello, Eustachio; Viviarini, Bartolomeo
Post-medieval: Built 1218, remodelled 1670. Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, sculptured
Box 61

S. Giovanni Battista

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Physical Description: 91.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Built 1204, remodelled 1695, and restored to medieval aspect 1926 (with the exception of the facade). Architecture, architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: Facade (1695), painting Madonna and Child
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
Box 62

S. Lucia alle Malve

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Physical Description: 90.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, rock-cut church (9-10th century); frescoes (1250)
Box 62

S. Nicola dei Greci

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (Early Christian), rock-cut church; Frescoes
Box 62

S. Pietro Caveoso

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, built 1656, restored and altered 1752, restored 1978
General Notes: These views form part of numerical sequence for Sassi.
Box 62-63

Sasso Caveoso and Sasso Barisano

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Physical Description: 186.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities
Medieval: Panoramas of Sassi (the rock-cut section of the city), architecture, architectural sculpture
General Notes: Though numerical sequence for this site runs from 1-229, views of specific monuments within it have been extracted and grouped separately.
 

Montescaglioso

Box 64

Abbazia di S. Angelo

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Physical Description: 172.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (9th, rebuilt 15th), view of neighboring chiesetta S. Stefano, cloisters; architectural sculpture; frescoes depicting the family of Ufredo Machabeo, lord of Montescaglioso
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
Box 66-125

Series III. Campania

Physical Description: 64.0 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Campania with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

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

Benevento

 

Benevento

Box 66

Arch of Trajan

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Roman triumphal arch
 

Sant'Agata de' Goti

Box 115

Cathedral

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Physical Description: 83.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Giaquinto, Tommaso; Tomajoli, Giuseppe; Persico, Saverio; Antonino, Giovanni Battista
Antiquities: Corinthian columns reused in portico and crypt
Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (10th-12th centuries); frescos (14th century); stoup. Post-medieval: Baroque additions to exterior and complete remodel of interior, including extensive stucco work; elaborately carved wooden choir stalls (17th century); paintings on canvas; tessellated pavement; sculpture; inscription; crucifix
Box 116

Chiesa dell'Annunziata

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Physical Description: 128.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Caccavello, Annibale; Arcuccio, Angelillo
Medieval: Architecture (13-14th centuries). Post-medieval: Marble portal (1563), with bas-relief in lunette; paintings on panel and canvas; frescos (14-15th centuries)
Box 117

S. Alfonso

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: View of the entrance portral of the 17th century church.
Box 117

S. Angelo in Munculanis

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture
Box 117

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, originally 13th century, completely rebuilt in the 18th century; paintings on panel and canvas; decorative arts; organ; inscription; bas-reliefs
Box 117

S. Menna

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Physical Description: 61.0 items

Scope and Content Note

First campaign: architecture and architectural sculpture (11-12th centuries); inscription; tessellated pavement; sculpture; and frescos.. Second campaign: exterior and interior architectural views, including the central nave, aisles, and central and south sanctuaries; details of the: tesselated pavement and panels; capitals; and frescoes.
Object Notes: There are 2 files of photographs, one from the first campaign conducted by Max Hutzel (28 photos) and one from the second campaign conducted by Roberto Sigismondi (Hutzel's former assistant), in 1990 (32 photos).
Box 115

General views

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: General views of architecture. Post-medieval: General views of architecture
Box 66

Castello

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Physical Description: 6.0 items
Box 78-79

Plazzo Reale

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Physical Description: 189.0 items
 

Caserta

 

Aversa

Box 65

Chiesa dell'Annunziata

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture, begun in the 14th century, but extensively rebuilt in the 15th-17th centuries; sculpture; painting
Box 65

Porta Napoli

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Gentile di Aversa
Post-medieval: Architecture, 17th century
Box 65

S. Antonio

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture; organ (Count: 3)
Box 65

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 50.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Built in 6th century, remodelled in 1645 and 1830. Lower part of the campanile belongs to the original construction. Interior has series of works in the Francesco de Mura school; "Adoration of the Shepherds" by Pietro da Cortona c. 1650; "Ecstasy of S. Francesco" by Ribera, 1649; "Madonna and Child" Byzantine 13th century. Attached is a medieval cloister with fragments of frescoes.
Object Notes: TCI states that in 1980 plans were afoot to create a small museum in the monastery to house sculpture, paintings, and other works from the diocese. Not reflected in Hutzel's photo campaign.
Box 65

S. Maria Maddalena

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (13th century). Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural decoration (18th century); crucifix
Box 65

S. Paolo, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 39.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Lucarelli, Giacomo
Medieval: Work on cathedral begun in 1053 under conte Riccardo I, completed in 1145 by his son Giordano in 1090. Destroyed by fire in 1145 and restored in 1255. Damaged by earthquake of December 1456, and rebuilt during 1703-1715 by C. Beratti. Exterior and Interior: Architecture, architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: Interior views: Altar of 1563 by Giacomo Lucarelli, with frieze representing the Trinity, Annunciation, and SS. Peter and Paul; bishop's throne; wooden crucifix, catalana, c. 1250;
 

Calvi Vecchia

Box 66

Cathedral

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Physical Description: 22.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, cosmati tiling
Box 66

Rovine di Cales

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Architectural ruins, 3rd-2nd centuries B.C.
 

Capua

Box 78

Chiesa della Concezione

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of the church. Facade decorated with statues. The interior contains a baroque altar in polychrome marble (no photos of altar in Hutzel).
Box 66-67

Chiesa dell'Annunziata

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Physical Description: 198.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Attendolo, Ambrogio; Gioffredo, Mario; Fontana, Domenico
Medieval: Architecture, sculpture. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, stucco, decorative arts (furniture, woodworking, tapestry, metalworking), marble
Object Notes: constructed from 1531 to 1574, earlier church from c.1285-1309. Renaissance appearance with modifications of the 17th and 18th centuries. No information provided by Hutzel. See guidebook included in shipment of photographs, pp. 33-34.
Accompanying Material: Guidebook on Capua is included in shipment of photographs
Box 66

General Views

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Physical Description: 38.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture. Views of the via Roma/via Duomo, and the Pretura.
Object Notes: No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Campania, pp. 186-200 for discussion of town.
Accompanying Material: Guidebook on Capua is included by Hutzel with shipment of photographs.
Box 68-77

Museo Campano

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Physical Description: 1221.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: Pianterreno
Artist Name: Vivarini, Bartolomeo; Arcuccio, Angelillo; Scacco, Cristoforo; Liani, Francesco; Brandi, Giacinto; Conca, Sebastiano; Lama, Giovanni Leonardo; Neopolitan, 17th century; Unknown, 13th, 15th, 16th centuries; Borromini, Francesco; Naccherino, Michelangelo
Antiquities: Italic sculpture (seated women holding babies); inscription . Photo campaign #1: 533 photos. Roman relief and sculpture; cinerary urns; Greek and southern Italian red-figure; mosaics; painting; architectural.
Medieval: Byzantine architectural fragments; parchment fragments with miniatures (12th century) from Montecassino; painted wooden crucifix (13th century); Carolingian crucifixes; Bishop's miter (11th century) of gold and silver damask; fresco (13th century). Post-medieval: Architecture (15th century). Formerly the Palazzo Antignano. Unusual Catalan/Moorish-style portal; Paintings on panel and canvas (15th-18th centuries); marble intarsia (16th century); marble sculpture: busts of Christ and Mary (17th century); sculpture of saints in marble and in wood (15th century); painted and gilded sculpture in wood; marble grave sculpture (16th century); sarcophagus with allegorical carvings; gold reliquary "Rosa d'Oro"; crucifix made of elephant tusk
General Notes: 709 unprocessed negatives for first photo campaign, not matched to their prints.
Box 78

Palazzo del Municipio

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

This palazzo dates back to 1561. The facade is decorated with the faces or busts of seven divinities.
Box 78

S. Caterina

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Physical Description: 34.0 items

Scope and Content Note

The church, constructed in 1383, has a 17th century facade. To the left of the church is a cloister which dates to the Late Renaissance. Hutzel photos include both exterior and interior views. The interiors include frescoes, the cloister a crucifix and architectural details.
Box 78

S. Eligio

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Physical Description: 17.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Pietro Alamanno
The original construction of the church dates from 1286-1296, but it was reconstructed in 1747. Hutzel photos include both exterior and interior views of the church.
Box 78

S. Marciano

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Photos show frescoes and painting fragments.
Object Notes: No Hutzel photo campaign notes, but dates on back of photos indicate they were taken in 1956. Some exterior negatives indicate that prints were originally matched, but are now missing. Monument not in TCI, no validation of name other than in Hutzel.
Box 78

S. Salvatore Piccolo

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Photos of exterior facade and of interior fresco fragments.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated, but notes on the back of some photos indicate they were taken in 1956.
Box 78

SS. Rufo e Carponio

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Photos of fresco fragments.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated, but dates on photos in Medieval core collection are dated 1956.
 

Carinola

Box 80

Casa Novelli

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture
Box 80

Castello

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

These prints form part of the numerical sequence for Casa Novelli. There are exterior views of the portal and two windows, one of which is ogival.
Box 80

Cathedral

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Physical Description: 104.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Sculpture, sculptural relief
Medieval: 11th c. architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, mosaics, cosmati tiling, fresco paintings. Post-medieval: Fresco painting, paintings, sculpture
 

Caserta

Box 81-87

Palazzo Reale

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Physical Description: 852.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Vanvitelli, Luigi; Violani, Andrea; Solari, Pietro; Persico, Paolo; Bonito, Giuseppe; Bucciano, Tommaso; Beccali, Carlo; Brunelli, Angelo; Brunelli, Carlo; Hackert, Philipp; Pascale, Filippo; Dominici, Antonio; De Vivo, Tommaso; De Angelis; Cortazzo; Fischetti, Fedele; Mondo, Domenico del; Salomone, Gaetano; Moschino, Simone; De Simone, Antonio; Villareale, Valerio; Monti, Claudio; Masucci, Domenico; Calliano, Antonio Raffaelle; Berger, Giacomo; Genovese, Gaetano; Arnaud, Tommaso; Angelini, Tito; Maldarelli, Gennaro; Guerra, Camillo; Rossi, Mariano; Postiglione, Raffaele; Cammarano, Giuseppe; Hill, Francesco; Rossi, Giovanni Battista; Franchis, Girolamo Starace
Post-medieval: Architecture & architectural sculpture, sculpture, statues, paintings, frescoes, stuccoes, furnishings & decorative art
General Notes: Discrepancy in number of prints & negatives. Hutzel notes 824 prints & negatives. Negatives for 1-62 of one batch seem to be missing (would make a total of 824)
Accompanying Material: Guida di Caserta, sent with photographs, housed in Center library
 

Casertavecchia (environs)

Box 90

S. Pietro ad Montes

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Physical Description: 121.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: Piedimonte di Casolla
Medieval: Architecture, frescoes
Object Notes: No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Campania, p. 251.
General Notes: This monument is actually found in the village of Piedimonte di Casolla, but has been filed in the Hutzel collection under the city of Casertavecchia (environs).
 

Casertavecchia

Box 88

Castle

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Physical Description: 33.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Views of castle exterior in relation to town and cathedral, and detail views of and from former windows and doors. 9th c. architecture
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Campania (1981), p. 255
Box 88

Chiesetta dell'Annunziata

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Physical Description: 8.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Views of 13th c. gothic facade, detailed views of bell tower, and three views of portal in surrounding wall.
Box 88

General Views

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: exterior views of buildings on Via S. Michele Arcangelo, including Casa Farina and Casa Ferraiuolo, and some architectural details.
Box 88

Madonna del Carmine

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Physical Description: 8.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: views of facade, side, and rear of church, with one view of bell tower, and one of post-medieval fresco.
Box 88-89

S. Michele, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 227.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Re-used Roman columns and capitals line the nave.
Exterior and interior views of the 12th and 13th-century architecture and architectural sculpture. Exterior details of the portals, portal sculpture, bell tower, dome and cloister. Interior details of the pulpit (c. 1213), the tomb of Giacomo Martono (1360), the tomb of Francesco de la Rath (1359), various sculptural fragments, and the cosmati floor.
Object Notes: A composite view of the interior is found in the Italy Oversize box in the Medieval core collection.
General Notes: Hutzel probably made two photo campaigns of the site, and thus there is some overlap between the views in the Medieval core collection and the Hutzel collection. Some prints have been renumbered. Hutzel notes which account for 91 on the views date to a photo campaign from December 30, 1983.
Box 94

Marcianise

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Physical Description: 5.0 items
Box 94-95

Chiesa dell'Annunziata

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Physical Description: 172.0 items
 

Maricianise

Box 95

Piazza Carita

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Physical Description: 3.0 items
 

Piedimonte di Casolla

Box 110

Castello Cocuzza

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Physical Description: 24.0 items
 

Piedimonte Matese

Box 110

Architectural views

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture
Box 110

S. Biagio

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture (15th century); frescos (15th century), restored
Box 110

S. Maria Maggiore

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture (1725-1773)
 

Roccamonfina

Box 111

Santuario di Maria SS. dei Lattani

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Physical Description: 126.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Rosa, Salvator; Conte T.
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (15th century). Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, frescoes, painting
 

San Prisco

Box 120

S. Prisco

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Physical Description: 112.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Vanvitelli, Luigi
Medieval: 6th century mosaics. Post-medieval: 18th century architecture, architectural sculpture and decoration; baldacchino; wooden organ; paintings on canvas; frescos
 

Santa Maria Capua Vetere

Box 117-118

Anfiteatro Campano

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Physical Description: 128.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Remains of Roman amphitheater
General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD NEEDS WORK, SEE TCI AND HUTZEL STUFF--NEGATIVE PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
Box 118-119

Cathedral

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Physical Description: 116.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Diana, Giacinto; Mura, Francesco de
Medieval: Architectural sculpture--capitals. Post-medieval: Built c. 432 by San Simmaco on site of grotto of S. Prisco. Enlarged 787 by Arechi II, an 1666 by Decio del Balzo. Renovated in 1700's and 1884. Architecture, architectural sculpture, Baroque interior, ceiling painting, painting, sculpture
Box 119

Mitreo

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Physical Description: 43.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Plan, sculptural reliefs, architecture, fresco painting, architectural fragments
Object Notes: Discovered in September 1922, one of the best preserved monuments of the habitations for the cult of the Persian god Mithras, dating from the 2nd-3rd centuries A.D. The building consists of a rectangular subterranean hallway of 23 x 3 meters, with painted ceiling. Frescoes and sculptural fragments abound. No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Campania, p.184
 

Sessa Aurunca

Box 121

Chiesa dell'Annunziata

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Physical Description: 48.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sarnelli, Antonio; Conca, Sebastiano
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting
Box 121

Fontana di Ercole

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 7
Object Notes: Situated in Piazza Umberto I
Box 121

Municipio

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Toro, Luigi
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting (in Sala Consiliare)
Box 121

Palazzo Ducale

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture
Box 121

Piazza Umberto I

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of three tombstones the backgrounds of which suggest their location on Piazza Umberto I.
Box 121

Porta Capuccini

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture
Box 121

Roman Theater

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Physical Description: 26.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Architectural remains, cryptoporticus
Box 121

S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (Baroque), restored
Box 121

S. Francesco Convento

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Physical Description: 9.0 items
 

Sessa Aurunca

Box 122-124

S. Pietro (Duomo)

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Physical Description: 439.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Pellegrino; Taddeo; Giordano, Luca
Medieval: Architecture (c. 1103), architectural sculpture, pavement (12th century), pascal candle, baptismal font with re-used Roman fragments. Post-medieval: Frescoes (13th century) Baroque interior (c. 1758), sculpture
Object Notes: Site restored 1980
Box 121

Sedile di S. Matteo

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views (signs indicate the structure is now a veteran's center); views of tombstones, presumably on the grounds of the building.
Box 124

unidentified church

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views. Hu
Object Notes: Hutzel note says it's near the Porta Capuccini, but there is no evidence for this.
 

Teano

Box 126-127

Cathedral

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Physical Description: 219.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Vaccaro, Andrea; Francesco de Mura; Maestro di Giovanni Barrile
Antiquities: spolia
Medieval: Built 1116, remodelled by Andrea Vaccaro in 1630, restored in years following damage in second world war. Includes re-used Roman capitals. Architecture, architectural sculpture; sculpture including painted wooded crucifix (c.1330-31) and pulpit (13th century) with mosaic and relief. The Cripta di S. Paride acts as a small museum containing roman, medieval, and modern marble. Post-medieval: Choir stall (MCMLVII); paintings by Francesco de Mura in the Cappella di S. Paride; marble fragments from the Cripta di S. Paride
Object Notes: Originally dedicated to S. Terenziano, now dedicated to S. Clemente
 

Ventaroli

Box 128-129

S. Maria in Foro Claudio

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Physical Description: 114.0 items
Box 91

Abbbey of La Trinta di Cava

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Physical Description: 116.0 items
Box 92-93

Museo

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Physical Description: 128.0 items
 

Napoli

 

Castellammare di Stabia

Box 90

Grotta di S. Biagio

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Possibly an ancient crypt, later transformed into a small Christian church. Contains early Medieval frescoes.
 

Naples

Box 95-104

S. Lorenzo Maggiore

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Physical Description: 1300.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sanfelice, Ferdinando; Baboccio, Antonio; Preti, Mattia; Bolgi, Andrea; Fanzago, Cosimo; Antonio de Marco; Tino da Camaino; Marigliano, Giovanni; Rodriguez, Lodovico (Luigi); Lazzari, Dioniso; Mozzillo, Angelo; Curia, Francesco; Stazione, Massimo; De Leone, Onofrio; Marmorano, Giorgio; Finoglio, Paolo; Colantonio dal Fiore; Maestro Simone; Montano D'Arezzo; De Maria, Francesco; Cavaretto, Antonio; Malvito, Giovan Tommaso; Maestro delle storie della Maddalena; De Mura, Francesco; Maestro Bernardino de Martino; Maestro Giovanni Graffeo Siciliano; Marco Pino da Siena; Lama, Giovan Bernardo; Corenzio, Belisario; Rossi, Nicola Maria; Teodoro di Enrico; Landulfo, Pompeo; Starace, Girolamo; Fasano, Tommaso; Marullo, Giuseppe; Parise, Francesco; Cosmati, school of
Antiquities: Pottery: black-glazed, archaic banded, domestic wares, bucchero; architectural terracottas, statuettes, lamps, sculpture fragments
Medieval: Sculpture, architecture, architectural sculpture (including Roman spolia) 13-14th century Chapter house; sarcophagi, gravestones; wall painting. Fragment of mosaic; sculptural fragments in the Sala Capitolare. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, ceiling painting fresco cycle; prints depicting Venice c. 1845 (4), sculpture; life-size creche figures dressed in original Neapolitan costume Church restored in 1882, 1926, 1944; excavations under the transept undertaken between 1958-1962, and in the cloister in 1976, have revealed remains of a Roman macellum (market), street, and the paleochristian basilica of the 6th c. AD.
Object Notes: 3 color negatives with no prints at the end.
General Notes: Most objects/paintings/frescoes unidentified. Three batches of photos with the same numbering system arrived. The second and third have been been assigned A and B respectively after their numbers, and should not be interfiled. Some of this material was catalogued by consultant Dr. R. Leighton at the site of S. Lorenzo in November 1987, and worksheets for the antiquities and medieval material were written. Photos 1-40 consist of some objects from excavations under the church; others possibly come from outside Naples. Photos 41-72 represent selections from unrestored material found in excavations under the cloister of the church. Photos 73-132 consist of medieval-renaissance ceramics on display in the museum of the church. As regards the paintings, a number are in S. Lorenzo, while others are from various parishes outside Naples, which were transferred to temporary storage in S. Lorenzo after the earthquake of 1982 (photos 196-284).
Accompanying Material: Fino, Lucio. Arte e storia di Napoli in S. Lorenzo Maggiore (Naples Laurenziana 1987)
Box 107

Chiara

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Physical Description: 40.0 items
Box 107

Chiesa del Gesu

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Physical Description: 22.0 items
Box 108

Chiesa dell'Annunziata

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Physical Description: 24.0 items
Box 108

Convento of S. Angelo

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Physical Description: 59.0 items
Box 107

Palazzo Covoni

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Physical Description: 12.0 items
Box 107

Palazzo della Curia Vescovile

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Physical Description: 4.0 items
Box 107

S. Felice

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Physical Description: 10.0 items
Box 108

Seminario

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Physical Description: 3.0 items
 

Salerno

 

Nocera Inferiore

Box 105

Museo dell'Agro Nocerino

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Physical Description: 119.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--PRINTS FILED, NEGATIVES PROCESSED
Box 106

S. Antonio

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Physical Description: 106.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

Padula

Box 109-110

Monastery of S. Lorenzo

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Physical Description: 184.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Tombstones, sculpture, capitals, columns, reliefs
There are views of a number of antiquities. Their specific location within the monastery is unknown. There are two views of the tomb of Tommaso Sanseverino and one view of a statue. There are views of the altar, the frescoed ceiling and statues in niches. niches. Views are of the ceiling, paintings, and statues in niches. There are views of the loggia and its balustrade. There are two views of the ceiling fresco. There are views of the fountain, portico, columns and capitals. There are views of the votive cross, loggia, and landscaping. There are views of the cloister, the fountain, and the loggia. There are views of the colonnade, the floor, and frescoes. There are general views of the cloister, the fountain, and the columns. There are interior views of the church altar, the valuted, frescoed ceiling, and comprehensive coverage of the two choir stalls. There are exterior views of the carved wooden door. There are general views of the kitchen, with specific views fo the ovens and stove. Views are of the refectory floor, walls, ceiling and architectural details. View of length of the room; view of altar.
General Notes: Cappella del Fondatore; Cappella del Tesoro; Cella dei Priori, Cappella di S. Michele; Cella dei Priori, Loggia; Chapter house; Chiostro dei Procuratori; Chiostro del Cimitero Antico; Chiostro della Foresteria; Chiostro delle Cucine; Chiostro Grande; Church; Kitchen; Refectory; Sacristy.
Box 109

Museo Archeologico della Lucania Occidentale

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Physical Description: 20.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: There are views of Ardean artifacts, including artefixes.
Box 112-114

S. Mateo Cathedral

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Physical Description: 274.0 items
 

Teggiano

Box 127

Chiesa della Pieta

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Physical Description: 22.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Peruzzi, Baldassare; Todos, Pietro
Exterior views: church portal (1475); lunette relief of the Pieta; cloister with columns of various styles (13th-15th centuries); arcades with damaged frescoes; well in garden. Views of gothic interior: wood and ceramic tile ceiling, frescoes, altar painting of St. Diego, painting of the patron saint of Teggiano with saints Paul and Peter. In the school gymnasium (formerly the refectory of the convent), a large fresco (1487) of the Road to Calvary with clusters of saints present (painted in the style of Pieter Brueghel).
Box 127

S. Angelo

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: 11th century architecture and architectural sculpture, including column capitals carved with animal figures. Post-medieval: 14-15th century frescoes
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: January 7, 1983
General Notes: See Teggiano, S. Michele. S. Angelo and S. Michele both have crypts with frescoes, and prints may have been interchanged.
Box 127

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 24.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: De Martino (18th century)
Post-medieval: Architecture; decorated wooden ceiling (18th century); choir stalls; frescoes; paintings on canvas.
Box 128

S. Maria Maggiore, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 41.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Venuta, Domenico; Melchiorre di Montalbano (13th century); Tino da Camaino
Antiquities: Immured spolia and the base of the holy water font.
This church was rebuilt after an earthquake in 1857, but kept elements of its 1274 construction and later additions; the two portals date to 1279 and 1509. Interior views focus on architectural sculpture and sculpture: a polychrome crucifix, a marble ambo with symbols of the Evangelists (1721); a holy water font (14th century); wooden states of angels; choirstalls (15th century); tomb monuments of Enrico Sanseverino (1336), the Malavolti (1479) and Eustachio de Eustachiis (1472); tomb slabs; capitals; a white barrel-vaulted ceiling with frescoes and stucco decoration. Negatives show another tomb, perhaps that of the Schifani. Also, a view of a 16th-century altarpiece and a painting in the sacristy of St. Michael or St. George and the Dragon.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 12/29/82
General Notes: Some altar paintings and choirstalls that Hutzel discusses in his notes of the Cathedral are actually found in S. Francesco in Teggiano.
Box 128

S. Michele

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Master of the Cappella Leonessa of S. Pietro in Maiella in Napoli
Crpyt fresco: Madonna and Child Enthroned with St. John the Baptist and another saint.
Object Notes: The proximity and ties between S. Michele and S. Angelo are unclear, but prints from these two monuments have been separated following their description in TCI/Campania (1981). Views of S. Michele and S. Angelo were described in Hutzel's notes of S. Michele and an 8th-century crypt. The prints--the exterior views of S. Angelo, in particular--may be misidentified.
General Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: January 7, 1995.
Box 128

S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Doctor Ambrosin Malavolta de Senis
Exterior views of 14th-century church: facade, narthex, relief sculpture of the four evangelists on entrance arch, lunette painting, coat-of-arms, bell tower and bifora windows. Interior views of the side chapel: tomb of the Archbishop Guglielmo Rossi; tomb with low-relief sculpture of Christ flanked by the Virgin, saints and angels, and with high-relief sculpture of the Virgin and Child above the sarcophagus; niched statue of a saint. Views of a gravestone, capitals and other fragments of architectural sculpture.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: January 7, 1983
General Notes: S. Pietro is a deconsecrated church and now functions as the Museo Civico of Teggiano.
Box 125

Cathedral

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Physical Description: 31.0 items
Box 125

Museo Correale di Terranova

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Physical Description: 31.0 items
Box 132-164

Series IV. Emilia-Romagna

Physical Description: 35.0 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Emilia-Romagna with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

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

Bologna

 

Bologna

 

Museo Civico Archeologico

Box 132-133

Il Lapidario

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Physical Description: 201.0 items

Scope and Content Note

il Lapidario: Atrium and Court
Museo Civico Archeologico
Republican portrait sculpture, Republican cippi with portrait bust, cippus with portraits (single and group), cippi with inscriptions from all periods, architectural fragments, basin with inscription, torso fragment of cuirassed figure of the 1st century AD (Nero) (Antiq. count: 185)
Box 136-137

Sala IX, vetrina 1

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Physical Description: 229.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Sala IX, vetrina 1
Museo Civico Archeologico
disk lamps from the late republic to 6th century, with erotes, animals, erotica, mythological scenes, menorah, petal, foliate patterns; helmet lamp; multi-nozzle lamps; dislocated handles (Antiq. count: 227)
Hutzel notes that set (B) completes the documentation of lamps begun in set A.
Box 138

Sala IX, vetrina 3

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Physical Description: 34.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Sala IX, vetrina 3
Museo Civico Archeologico
Roman bronzetti; Herakles, animals, Antinous as Osiris: 5th, 6th century AD ivories; diptych, panels, cups, with scenes of the life of Christ (Antiq. count: 11)
Medieval: (Count: 22)
Box 134-135

Sala VI

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Physical Description: 249.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Sala VI
Museo Civico Archeologico
5th century "Athena Lemnia" marble head, greek marble heads, Janus head, marble relief, black-figure, red-figure greek vases south-italian pottery (Antiq. count: 248)
see antiquities for Herm (H14, H15), cineraria (H65-H74)
Box 136

Sala VII

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Physical Description: 59.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Sala VII
Museo Civico Archeologico
Sculpture; Marsyas, Herakles, Aphrodite of Doidalsas type, Amazon with head of alien stone, ephebe, nude males, Belvedere torso type, infant Dionysus with satyr,nude female fragment, Trajanic female bust, bust of Lucius Verus, 3rd 3rd century male bust: Reliefs; 3 sided relief with Theseus, Sacrifice, Beasts; pillar relief with cornucopia: relief with bakery scenes (Antiq. count: 58)
Box 136

Sala VIII

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Sala VIII
Museo Civico Archeologico
Etruscan pottery: Bucchero vases, coal porter, cinerary urn with lid in shape of male head (Antiq. count: 18)
Box 138-140

Sala X

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Physical Description: 311.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Sala X
Museo Civico Archeologico
black-figure, red-figure greek vases, glass balsamario, south-italian vases, villanovan funerary stelae with figurative and/or decorative reliefs, villanovan sculpture fragment (head), bronze minor objects, bronze girdle, fibulae, vessels: terracotta; spindle whorls, handle in the shape of a boar, vessels, Roman copy of statue of Neptune biconical urn, (Antiq. count: 318)
Box 133-134

Sale III, IV, V

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Physical Description: 204.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: Sale III, IV, V (Egyptian antiquities)
Owner: Museo Civico Archeologico
Antiquities: III: basalt sculptural fragments; reliefs from the tomb of Horemheb; funerary stele; dynasties XVIII, XIX, XX, Ptolomeic dynasty reliefs, generally in limestone. IV: XVIII, XIX dynasty sculptures in granite, limestone, sarcophagi, statuette in basalt, statuette in wood, statuettes in bronze, statuette faience, mummy mask: V: basalt sculptures of Horus, Sekhmet, limestone stele (Antiq. count: 202); Republican portrait sculpture, Republican cippi with portrait bust, cippus with portraits (single and group), cippi with inscriptions from all periods, architectural fragments, basin with inscription, torso fragment of cuirassed figure of the 1st century AD (Nero) (Antiq. count: 185); disk lamps from the late republic to 6th century, with erotes, animals, erotica, mythological scenes, menorah, petal, foliate patterns; helmet lamp; multi-nozzle lamps; dislocated handles (Antiq. count: 227); Sculpture; Marsyas, Herakles, Aphrodite of Doidalsas type, Amazon with head of alien stone, ephebe, nude males, Belvedere torso type, infant Dionysus with satyr,nude female fragment, Trajanic female bust, bust of Lucius Verus, 3rd 3rd century male bust: Reliefs; 3 sided relief with Theseus, Sacrifice, Beasts; pillar relief with cornucopia: relief with bakery scenes (Antiq. count: 58); black-figure, red-figure greek vases, glass balsamario, south-italian vases, villanovan funerary stelae with figurative and/or decorative reliefs, villanovan sculpture fragment (head), bronze minor objects, bronze girdle, fibulae, vessels: terracotta; spindle whorls, handle in the shape of a boar, vessels, Roman copy of statue of Neptune biconical urn, (Antiq. count: 318); Etruscan pottery: Bucchero vases, coal porter, cinerary urn with lid in shape of male head (Antiq. count: 18); Roman bronzetti; Herakles, animals, Antinous as Osiris: 5th, 6th century AD ivories; diptych, panels, cups, with scenes of the life of Christ (Antiq. count: 11); 5th century "Athena Lemnia" marble head, greek marble heads, Janus head, marble relief, black-figure, red-figure greek vases south-italian pottery (Antiq. count: 248).
Object Notes: Palagio Palagi aquired the major part of the collection from Giuseppe Nizzoli, Austrian consulate in Egypt from 1917-28, other objects were aquired by the university during the Nap oleonic expedition of 1799. Hutzel notes that set (B) completes the documentation of lamps begun in set A. see antiquities for Herm (H14, H15), cineraria (H65-H74).
General Notes: Hutzel room numbers no longer correspond to the museums. plates 69-74 are missing from the sequence for the atrium.
Box 140

Palazzo Davia-Bargellini

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Agnesini, Francesco; Brunelli, Gabriello; Provaglia, Bartolomeo
Post-medieval: 17th century architecture
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Emilia-Romagna, 1971, p. 124
Box 140

S. Maria dei Servi

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: 14th century architecture, portico (b. 1393),church (b.1346 . Post-medieval: 15th century architecture, portico 1492, church 1425, with many later alterations
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Emilia-Romagna, 1971, pp 122-124
Box 140

Strada Maggiore

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: house and balcony. Post-medieval: Renaissance portico
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Emilia-Romagna, 1971, p.121
 

Monteveglio

Box 156

Abbazia di S. Maria

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Physical Description: 46.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Costa, Lorenzo (the Elder)
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (12-13th century); frescoes, decorative wall painting; choir stall, baptismal font, sculpture
 

Ferrara

 

Argenta

Box 130

S. Domenico

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Physical Description: 150.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: Pinacoteca Comunale
Artist Name: Michele da Argenta; Ricci, Camillo; Scarsella, Ippolito; Garofalo, Benvenuto Tisi da; Aleotti, Antonio dell'Argenta; Rondinelli, Niccolo; Balestri, Marco nicolo; Michele da Argenta; Longhi, Francesco; Domenico di Paris; Carpi, Girolamo da
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, frescoes. Works in museum include 15th century terracotta statues and painting, sculpture
Object Notes: Two sets of prints and negatives
General Notes: Successivamente alla realizzazione di questo servizio, risalente al l'anno 1978, al Pinacoteca e stato aggiunto. Per questo motivo e in prepazione da parte un servizio aggiornato sulla Pinacoteca di Argenta.
Box 131

S. Giorgio

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Physical Description: 21.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Built during period of Ravenna's influence, dating back to the 6th century. Of special interest are the romanesque doors of 1122 depicting Labours of the Month, and the martyrdom of S. Giorgio. Also, 7th century marble altar. Remains of the decoration and mosaic are housed in the Pinacoteca.
Object Notes: See Pinacoteca for mosaic fragments
Box 131

Santuario della Celletta

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, painting
Object Notes: Restored in 1955.
 

Ferrara

Box 153

Certosa

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Physical Description: 34.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (1452-1461), including decorative architectural sculpture in terracotta; stone sarcophagus
Object Notes: See separate record for Ferrara, Certosa, S. Cristoforo
Box 154

Certosa, S. Cristoforo

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Physical Description: 55.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Rossetti, Biagio
Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (1498-1553); symmetrical and curvilinear facade portal (1769); views of cloister, cemetery and funerary monuments
Object Notes: See separate record for Ferrara, Certosa
Box 145-150

Museo Civico di Schifanoia

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Physical Description: 947.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
Box 151

Museo del Duomo

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Physical Description: 28.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: 12th and 13th century sculpture, including carved sarcophagus, equestrian statue (possibly representing Guglielmo III degli Adelardi, and images of saints
Box 151-152

Palazzina di Marfisa

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Physical Description: 142.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Filippi, Sebastiano (called Bastianino); Filippi, Camillo; Filippi, Cesare; Lombardo, Antonio I; School of Lombardy, 16th century; Sperandio Savelli; School of Ferrara, 16th century; Giulio Romano
Post-medieval: Extensive coverage of both interior and exterior, including views of well with Este coat of arms; decorative frescos; wooden armoire, late 16th century Venetian; paintings on canvas; fireplace with carved mantlepiece, Lombard school, 16th century; sculpture, 16th century Venetian (?) and Lombard; carved wooden cassone, Northern Italian, 15th century; ceiling and wall paintings: and one panel painting
Box 152

Palazzo dei Diamanti

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Physical Description: 77.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Many views of facade, sides, and courtyard of 16th c. structure, including detailed views of windows and architectural sculpture, portal leading into courtyard and colonnade, capitals, portals, and sculpture inside courtyard.
Box 152

Palazzo Prosperi-Sacrati

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Views of exterior, with emphasis on architectural sculpture decorating main portal.
Box 152

Palazzo Turchi-di Bagno

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Rossetti, Biagio
Post-medieval: Architecture (15th century)
Box 153

S. Antonio in Polsine

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Physical Description: 119.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Ferrari, Francesco; Randa, Antonio; Byzantine School (13th century); Rimini School (13-14th century); Bologna School (13-14th century); Roberti, Ercole de'; Castellani, Ludovico; Filippi, Camillo
Medieval: Architecture (15th century). Post-medieval: Frescoes (15th century); Baroque interior, choir loft, sculpture (15th century)
Box 154-155

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 175.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: Via Savonarola
Artist Name: Rossetti, Biagio; Zuffi, A.; Domenico di Paris; Frisoni, Gabriele; Mona, Domenico; Bonaccioli, Gabriele; Bonacossi, Angelo; Tomaso da Carpi; Girolamo da Carpi; Domenichini, Girolamo; Lombardi, Alfonso; Niccolo di Giovanni Baroncelli; Garofalo, Benvenuto Tisi da; Vengembes, Giovanni; Tesauro, E.; Bastarolo; Boldini, Antonio; Cristoforo da Milano; Rizzi, Battista; Dossi, Dosso (Giovanni de Lutero); Righini, A.
Medieval: Sculpture, tomb monuments. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, ceramics, frescoes, painting
Object Notes: Ferrarese Franciscan Archive was burned by soldiers in 1494; Founding date today is set at 1227.
General Notes: Includes second set of 17 post-med photos with same numbering system. These have been labeled "B".
Box 155

S. Giorgio

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Physical Description: 46.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Rossetti, Biagio; Ferreri, Andrea; Ferrari, Francesco; Canuti, Domenico Maria; Parolini, Giacomo; Scannavini, Maurelio; Ambrogio da Milano; Rossellino, Antonio; Naselli, Francesco
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (15th, 17th century); Baroque interior; sculpture, wall painting, fresco
Box 155

S. Paolo

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Physical Description: 63.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Schiatti, Alberto; Bononi, Carlo; Scarsellino, Domenico; Girolamo da Carpi; Mona, Domenico; Aleotti, Giovanni Battista (l'Argenta); Scarsella, Ippolito; Filippi, Sebastiano (called Bastianino); Parolini, Giacomo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (16th century); Baroque interior; wall painting; frescoes
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: March 13, 1984.
 

Ostellato

Box 157

Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 22.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture and architectural sculpture (1027), greatly restored in the 18th century; inscription
 

Pieve di Cento

Box 157-158

Pinacoteca Civica

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Physical Description: 204.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: School of Ferrara; Scarsella, Ippolito
Medieval: Antiphonaries. Post-medieval: Paintings on canvas
 

Pomposa

Box 159-162

Abbazia di Pomposa, Museo

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Physical Description: 523.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Amphora; grave monuments
Medieval: Fragments: capitals (Byzantine, 6th century), also capitals carved with human faces; marble friezes (10th century, later inscriptions); cornices, (with spolia) 11-12th centuries; ciborium; frescos. Post-medieval: Terracotta statuary, "neo-classical" (Hutzel); frescos: Bolognese, 14th century
 

Forli

 

Cesena

Box 140-144

Biblioteca Comunale

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Physical Description: 662.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: Biblioteca Comunale
Artist Name: Malatestiana
Antiquities: Jacopo da Pergola
. Medieval: Manuscripts: 1) Laurentius Rusius: "De cura equorum" (15th century) BCM S.XXVI.2 2) Paolo Veneto: "History of the Origins of the World through Henry VII" (14th century) BCM S.XI.5 3) S. Isidorus: "Etymologies" (late 8th-early 9th centuries) BCM S.XXI.5 4) Gospel Book (Evangeliario), Greek (10th century) BCM D.XXVII.4 5) Pentateuch, Prophets, and Hagiographies, Hebrew (1348) BCM S.XXIX.1 6) "Somnium Scipionis", misc. (14th-15th centuries) BCM S.XII.6 7) Boethius: "De Consolatione Philosophie" (14th century) BCM D.XIV.1 8) Justinian: "Institutiones" (14th century) BCM S.IV.I 9) Bible (Old and New Testaments) (13th-14th centuries) BCM D.V.2 10) Giabir Ibn Afla "Almagestus" (De Astronomia) (13th and 15th centuries) BCM S.XXVII.2. Post-medieval: Manuscripts: 1) St. Augustine: "Enarrationes in Psalmos" (1452) BCM D.III.2 2) Herodotus: Histories (15th century) BCM S.X1V.1 3) St. Augustine: "De Civitate Dei" (c.1450) BCM D.IX.1 4) Valturius: "Rerum militarum" (15th century) BCM S.XXI.1 5) St. Augustine: "Sermones" (Sermons on the Gospel of John) (15th century) BCM D.III.3
 

Rimini

Box 163

Palazzo Comunale, Museo e Pinacoteca Comunale

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Physical Description: 113.0 items
Box 164

S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 47.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Giovanni da Rimini
Medieval: Early Northern Italian frescos (Trecento)
 

Modena

 

Nonantola

Box 156-157

Abbazia di Nonantola

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Physical Description: 176.0 items
 

Ravenna

 

Bagnacavallo

Box 131

Museo Civico

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Physical Description: 118.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Fenzoni, Ferrau; School of Faenza (16th century); Celesti, Andrea; School of Lombardy (17th century); Mitelli, Agostino; Graziani, Ercole (il Giovane); Pitocchi, Matteo de'; Bagnacavallo, Bartolomeo (Ramenghi); School of Rome (18th century); Lilio, Andrea; Scarsella, Ippolito; Garofalo, Benvenuto Tisi da
Antiquities: cippi (Gracchi), cippi fragments, bipedal bricks, terracotta amphorae
Post-medieval: Paintings on canvas; manuscripts
Box 165

Series V. Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Physical Description: 1.0 box

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Friuli-Venezia Giulia with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

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

La Carnia

 

Mione

Box 165

S. Antonio

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Physical Description: 48.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of the 15th century architecture of the church; interior shots show details of a 19th century fresco cycle with many 20th century alterations.
 

Udine

 

Gemona del Friuli

Box 165

Cathedral

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Physical Description: 45.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Griglio, Giovanni
Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (1290-1337)
Object Notes: Photographed during the restoration following the earthquake of the early 1980's.
 

Tricesimo

Box 165

Municipio

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture; fresco. Exterior facade views only
Box 165

Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 37.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Schiavi, Angelo; Bissone, Bernardino da
Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (18th century); sculpture; elaborately carved 15-16th century marble portal (1498-1505)
Box 209-362

Series VI. Lazio

Physical Description: 197.0 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Lazio with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

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

Casape

Box 209

general views

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Physical Description: 4.0 items
Box 223

S. Stefano

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Physical Description: 7.0 items
 

Frosinone

 

Alatri

Box 166

Acropolis

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Two views of portals leading to the acropolis and one of a deteriorated sculpture.
Box 166

General Views

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Architecture. Polygonal wall dating from the 4th to 2nd centuries B.C.
Post-medieval: Architecture. Views of unidentified buildings and a fountain.
Box 166

Palazzo Conte-Gentile

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

View of an iron griffin from the exterior wall of the palazzo.
Box 166

Palazzo Gottifredi

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture. Gothic construction from the 13th century. Post-medieval: the building consists of two stories with double-arcaded window frames. Coverage consists of exterior views with close-ups of windows.
Box 166

Piazza S. Maria Maggiore

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture. Piazza in the center of the city with a sun clock and a fountain called the Fonte Pia, named after Pope Pius IX, who had it constructed.
Box 166

Portal S. Benedetto

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of front, side, and interior of Portal S. Benedetto.
Box 167

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 30.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Master of the Madonna of Alvito
Medieval: late 13th c. architecture. 13th century with a facade articulated by a gothic-arched doorway and a rose window.
Post-medieval: Sculpture, fresco, painting, stucco decoration, redecorated in the 18th century, 14th, 15th c. frescoes
Box 167

S. Maria dei Padri Scolopi

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Physical Description: 27.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of exterior and interior, including main portal, altar, apse, and paintings.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI (1981), p. 597
Box 167

S. Maria Maggiore

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Physical Description: 30.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Architectural views (medieval core collection)
Views of portals with frescoed lunettes (deteriorated), rose window and turreted campanile with mullioned windows. Views of naves and chapels. Extensive coverage of the chapel of the "Madonna of Constantinople."
TCI (1981), p. 598.
Box 167

S. Silvestro

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Physical Description: 38.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, frescoes. This church dates from the medieval period and the interior consists of 2 assymetrical naves, a crypt below, and frescoes dating from the 14th and 15th centuries decorating the walls. Coverage consists mostly of views of the frescoes, with a few views of the main facade.
Box 167

S. Stefano

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture. This structure possesses a facade built in 1284 with a tri-lobed portal. Views of the main portal only.
 

Amaseno

Box 171

S. Lorenzo, Parish church

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Physical Description: 48.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior and interior views, including the rose window, frescoes, and campanile.
 

Anagni

Box 172

Casa Barnekow

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, fresco painting. Views are of the exterior only, with detail shots of the fresco, columns, windows.
Box 172

Chiesa

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Physical Description: 62.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: chiesa dei cappuccini
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, cosmati pavement, fresco fragments. Views of the exterior and interior, especially of the (damaged) frescoes and mosaic floors.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (1981), p. 580-81
Box 172

Palazzo Comunale

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Physical Description: 22.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Giacomo da Iseo
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, architectural fragments, fresco fragments.
Dating from the 1200's, the palace was restored in 1912 and 1975. No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Lazio, p. 582.
Box 172

Palazzo di Bonifacio VIII

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Built by Gregorio IX (dei Conti di Segni. Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture.
Object Notes: No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Lazio, p. 582
Box 173

S. Andrea

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture. Views are of the exterior, the campanile and the portals, with three interior views of the crypt.
Box 173

S. Maria, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 21.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Magister Consolus; Presbiter Blaseus de Vassallo Siculus; Cosmas; Lucas; Jacobus (elder); Master of the Ornatista; Master of the Trans Lazioni; Fra Romanus
Medieval: Architecture (11-12th century, 13th century additions), architectural sculpture (9th, 11-12th century), mosaic (modern) and 13th century mosaic, wall painting (13th century) . Post-medieval: Frescoes including those in Cripta S. Magno, attr. to Magister Consolus, believed to have painted frescoes at S. Speco, Subiaco (1231-1255) Sacristy or Museum:. Extensive coverage of frescoes and crypt; some exterior views; 24 negatives of manuscript in cathedral treasury.
General Notes: In the Hutzel collection there are only two views of the exterior, one of the interior, and some of the crypt frescoes; however, only the exterior prints have matching negatives.
 

Aquino

Box 176

S. Maria della Libera

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: 3 Roman sarcophagi on grounds of the church (highly decayed with little remaining of sculptural decoration, inscription)
Extensive coverage of exterior (all sides) and interior nave and aisles.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Lazio, 1978, pp. 620-21
 

Arpino

Box 177

Castello

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Exterior views
Box 176

Convitto Tulliano

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Exterior: W facade, general view and details.
Box 176

General Views

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Medieval quarter of city; includes general views, portals, exterior stairways.
Views of neighborhoods outside the borgo, and panoramas of the town.
Box 177

Monastery (Benedictine)

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (cloister)
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (1981), p. 656
Box 177

Palazzo Conti

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of portal and fountain.
Box 177

Palazzo Quadrini

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, exterior wall painting, iron work
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (1981), p. 656
Box 176

Porta Napoli

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (gothic)
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (1981), p. 656
Box 177

S. Andrea Apostolo

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Physical Description: 30.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino)
Medieval: 13th century architecture. Post-medieval: 16th century architecture (1533 remodel), architectural sculpture, sculpture, fresco painting, painting on panel, stucco, church furnishings.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (1981), p. 656
Box 177

S. Giuseppe

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views are of the facade.
Box 177

S. Maria

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture; exterior and interior views.
General Notes: Some negatives printed more than once.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (1981), p. 656
Box 177

S. Michele

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Physical Description: 37.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino)
Post-medieval: Exterior views; general views of interior. Interior remodelled in the 18th century, with stucco decoration and paintings (documented with close-up views), wooded crucifix from the 16th century
 

Atina

Box 178

S. Marco

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Six views are of cemetary and six of objects in the museum. Negatives are missing.
Object Notes: Negatives are missing for this monument.
 

Ausonia

Box 179-180

Santuario di S. Maria del Piano

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Physical Description: 206.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

Boville Ernica

Box 195

Castello Filonardi

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Physical Description: 8.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of the castle that once belonged to the Farnese family and is now a monastery. Coverage emphasizes the elegant renaissance portal.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI (Lazio) 1981 p. 647
Box 195

Chiesa Suffragio

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Only Baroque facade remains.
Box 195

Duomo

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture: exterior views of Baroque church. Exterior views of Baroque church.
Box 195

General views

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Various building facades and portals.
Box 195

S. Michele Arcangelo

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: S. Michele Arcangelo
Artist Name: Subleyras, Joseph
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, carved wooden ceilings. Building constructed in the second half of the 18th century, based on a design by Joseph Subleyras.
Box 195

S. Pietro Ispano

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Physical Description: 42.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bregno, Andrea (Andrea da Milano); Bregno, Andrea (Andrea da Milano); Giotto
Medieval: Palaeochristian sarcophagus from 4th century, with relief of Nativity and Adoration of the Magi. Mosaic by Giotto. Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, frescoes. Structure of romanesque origin, but renovated in the 16th-17th centuries. Statues in niches of S. Peter and S. Paul, by Andrea Bregno. Marble relief of the Holy Family in the manner of Bregno (end 15th century). Frescoes from the end of the 16th century.
General Notes: There were two sets of prints now integrated into a single sequence.
 

Casamari

Box 209

Abbazia di Casamari

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Physical Description: 45.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Prints of views, the exterior and its portico, portals and other walls. Interior photos of the church and its vaulting with particular attention paid to the altar. There are also photos of the cloister and the abbey interior, particularly the Sala Capitolare and the Refectory. There are many details of the varied nature of the columns and capitals. There are also some negatives of manuscripts in the library.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: February 23, 1983. There are more than one set of notes. Also, there is a second set of negatives in 35mm which are listed at the end of the negative numbers. They were noted by Hutzel as general shots and are not the set from which the prints we have were made.
Box 208

Museo Archeologico

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Physical Description: 110.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Governing Body: Abbazia di Casamari
Artist Name: Carracci, Annibale; Cecco del Caravaggio; Raphael; Balbi, Filippo; Bilivert, Giovanni; Trevisani, Francesco; Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri); Solimena, Francesco; Grammatica, Anteveduto; Solimena, Francesco; Sassoferrato, Giovanni Battista Salvi; Maratti, Carlo; Siciolante, Girolamo (Girolamo da Sermoneta); Batoni, Pompeo
Post-medieval: paintings on canvas, paintings on wood, wooden church furnishings
General Notes: This record is for the pinacoteca which is part of the Museo Archeologico, housed within the Abbey of Casamari. Hutzel assigned it a separate numbering sequence.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio, 1981, pp 650-51
Box 209

S. Maria del Reggimento

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture . Views of the frescoes (damaged) are stored in the Meideval core collection.
General Notes: This church is not part of the Abbey of Casamari, but stands alone 500 meters away.
 

Certosa di Trisulti

 

Certosa di Trisulti, Monastery

Box 213

Certosa di Trisulti, Monastery

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of monastery facade, portal, ramp walkways, church facade, Palazzo di Innocenzo III (now a dormitory), large and small cloister gardens.
Box 213

Cappella dell'Annunziata

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Cavaliere d'Arpino
Views of chapel divided into two parts, the first of which is the sacristy and the second of which is a chapel containing an Annunciation painting.
Box 213

Pharmacy

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Filippo Balbi
Views of the pharmacy and two receiving rooms apparently located in the pharmacy complex.
Box 213

S. Bartolomeo

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Physical Description: 29.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Filippo Balbi; Fra Stefano; Mastro Iacobo; Giuseppe Caci
Interior views of church, including Coro dei Padri, Coro dei Conversi, presbytery (with main altar). Details of carved choir stalls, paintings, frescoed ceilings.
Box 213

S. Domenico, Monastery

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

One exterior view stored with Hutzel prints. Many negatives showing buildings in vicinity.
 

Ferentino

Box 220

Acropolis, Carcere di S. Ambrogio

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Physical Description: 92.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, fragments Post-medieval: Initialled medallions pinned to cloth
Box 220

City wall

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Views of wall
Box 221

Museo Civico

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Detached fragments of architectural scultpure
Box 221

Palazzo Caetani

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Six views of exterior portals and windows.
General Notes: This monument is part of a numerical sequence that includes five other monuments.
Box 221

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Altar painting
Box 221

S. Lucia

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Physical Description: 21.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture. Foundations date to 6th century, present building dates to the 10th century . Post-medieval: Fresco fragments (13th century)
Object Notes: Crypt of this church dedicated to S. Biagio
Box 221

S. Maria Maggiore

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Physical Description: 79.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (1150-60; 13th century); tombstone . Post-medieval: Painting, fresco, sculpture
General Notes: 34 photos of this site previously sent (pre-restoration), along with bibliographic material (catalogued are filed in Medieval section). Negatives are filed with Hutzel (2nd set under S. Maria Maggiore nos. 1-34).
Box 221

S. Valentino

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Architectural fragment with inscription
Medieval: Architectural sculpture; painting in portal tympanum . Post-medieval: Architectural, architectural sculpture--primarily exterior
Object Notes: Church founded 6th century, additions 12th century
Box 221

Ss. Giovanni e Paolo, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 49.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Mino da Fiesole; Paulus; Drudus de Trivio
Medieval: Architectural sculpture (13th century); architectural sculpture (detached) ciborium, screen fragment (9th century); mosaic (12th century); sculpture (12th century) . Post-medieval: Sculpture (gravestones, tombs, tabernacle, confessional, ciborium-11th century-), frescoes, inscription fragment, mosaic, exterior architecture; architecture (11-12th century)
General Notes: Unable to locate Medieval photos of this site, and no copy of Hutzel sheet (extensive TCI entry)
Box 232

Madonna del Loreto

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Physical Description: 2.0 items
 

Guarcino

Box 232

S. Michele

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, fresco painting, painting
Object Notes: Of Gothic foundation, redone in the 1700's. Isolated campanile with ogival aperture; on the walls of the main altar are fresco fragments from the end of the 1500's.
 

Isola del Liri

Box 233

S. Domenico

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Physical Description: 41.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: 11th century architecture, rebuilt in c. 1250 as a Cistercian church (largely restored, 20th century); architectural sculpture, including Roman reliefs incorporated into the design
Box 233

S. Lorenzo, Collegiata

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Mariani, Aurelio
Post-medieval: 18th century architecture and architectural sculpture (1727); facade clocks; sculpture; carved portal with scenes from the life of San Lorenzo; paintings on canvas
 

Pofi

Box 247

General views

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

There are neighborhood views of the older part of the city.
Box 247

Palazzo Baronale

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

View of Palazzo facade.
General Notes: This print number corresponds to the Hutzel guide, which includes several monuments within one numerical sequence.
Box 247

Palazzo del Municipio

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Exterior view of Palazzo.
Box 247

S. Antonio

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Physical Description: 24.0 items

Scope and Content Note

School of Giotto
Exterior and interior views, including coverage of Last Judgement fresco on W wall, ciborium and crypt.
Box 247

S. Maria

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Physical Description: 21.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: School of Bramante
Exterior views of facade and flanks; interior views of nave, altars, columns, capitals, and one painting.
General Notes: These print numbers correspond to the Hutzel guide, which includes several monuments within one numerical sequence.
Box 247

Tower

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

There are three exterior views of the tower.
General Notes: This print number corresponds to the Hutzel guide, which includes several monuments within one numerical sequence.
 

Roccasecca

Box 259

Casa di S. Tommaso

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture. Rough stone architecture with gothic-arched doorways and windows.
Box 259

Castello

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture. Some walls and towers remain of this building in the medieval quarter. Most of the structure was destroyed in WWI.
Box 259

Panoramic views

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Physical Description: 26.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. Panoramic views of the city.
Box 259

S. Tommaso

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Physical Description: 28.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, painting. The church no longer has its roof and few walls remain standing. A short campanile still stands next to the facade with a horse-shoe arched tympanum.
 

Sgurgola

Box 324

Villa Magna

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Architecture, architectural sculpture. Remains of a Roman imperial villa, which probably dates to the time of Marcus Aurelius. It is said that Pompey, Septimus Severus and Geta Caracalla visited this villa.
 

Sora

Box 324

General views

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture.
2 prints with the same number.
Box 324

S. Bartolomeo

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Physical Description: 18.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Conca, Sebastiano
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting. Facade of the structure is a modern addition in the Neo-classical style. Nave vaults are decorated by frescoes dating from the 17th century. In a side altar is placed a painting of the Madonna and Child by Sebastiano Conca. A wooden crucifix, donated by Cardinal Baronio, and dating to 1564, is placed in a left side altar.
Box 324

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 29.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architectural sculpture. The apse of the church is decorated on the exterior by a double-arched gothic window.
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, sculpture. In a side altar is placed a fresco of the Madonna of Misericordia, dating to the 15th century by an artist close to Lattanzio. The walls of the church are decorated by statues of Old Testament figures in niches.
Box 324

S. Maria

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Physical Description: 28.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture. The church was built in the second half of the 11th century, with successive rebuildings in the early 12th century. The church was remodeled in the Cistercian style in 1229. The portal, decorated with vegetal motifs and an inscription, and the campanile both date to the Romanesque period.
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, metalwork, sculpture. The church was remodeled in the Baroque style in the 17th century, but was restored in Gothic style after a fire destroyed the Baroque building.
Mistake made in the numbering: 2 prints with same number.
Box 324

S. Maria Addolorata

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture, painting, sculpture. Neo-classical structure.
Box 324

S. Restituta

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Physical Description: 21.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architectural sculpture. The decoration surrounding the three main portals as well as some other architectural sculpture fragments remain from the Romanesque church. Post-medieval: Architecture. The church was rebuilt in Romanesque style after an earthquake in 1915.
Object Notes: 1 Print with no negative.
 

Vallecorsa

Box 338

S. Michele

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Zucchi, Jacopo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, wooden crucifix. This church was destroyed in WWII, and all that remains of the original structure are some paintings by Jacopo Zucchi.
 

Veroli

Box 346

Madonna degli Angeli

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Antoniazzo Romano
Most views are of this rural church are of the interior frescoes: Mary Salome, S. Mauro, S. Biagio, S. Demetrio, the Madonna Lactans, and the Eternal Father.
Box 345

S. Andrea Apostolo, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 147.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: relief sculpture; busts
Views of metalwork objects housed in Treasury of S. Andrea Apostolo, including busts, reliquaries, crosses, polittico, boxes.
General Notes: Museum, which contains Treasury, is located in the last chapel of the right nave. Thirteen views of (non-metalwork) sculpture from Museum have been assigned numbers at end of Treasury sequence, but there are no negatives corresponding to these prints, nor is there authoritative evidence that these objects are housed in the Cathedral Museum.
Box 346

S. Erasmo

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Physical Description: 21.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD-NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
Box 346

S. Maria dei Franconi

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--PRINTS FILED, NEGATIVES PROCESSED
Box 346

S. Maria Salome

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Physical Description: 72.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Hispanus, F. D.
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, stone reliquary, frescoes, inscription fragments. According to tradition, the church (and crypt below) was built in 1209 to house the relics of the mother of the Apostles James and John. The structure was restored in the medieval period (1350) after an earthquake. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, stucco ceiling decoration. The interior and exterior of the church were largely restored in the 18th century. Triptych of the Madonna, Child and Saints signed F. D. Hispanus and dated 1561.
General Notes: 2 sets of prints for the same site.
 

Vico nel Lazio

Box 347

S. Maria

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Physical Description: 22.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, painting, sculpture. The church possesses a late-Romanesque portal and a small campanile. The interior of the church consists of one nave, with a marble main altar and fresco decoration in the church and in the crypt.
Box 227

Ruin

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Physical Description: 2.0 items
 

Latina

 

Bassiano

Box 189

Borgo Medievale

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Physical Description: 50.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General views of the medieval city and its architectural details.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
Box 189

S. Erasmo

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Physical Description: 44.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior photos of facade and courtyard. Interior photos show views and details. The major artifact is a horizontal wooden crucifix in front of the altar. Additional photos of paintings and baptismal font.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign is undated.
Box 189

S. Maria

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior and interior views of what appears to be an ex-church, with details of fresco fragments.
Object Notes: There are no Hutzel photo campaign notes.
Box 189

S. Nicola

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Physical Description: 57.0 items
Box 190

Santuario del SS. Crocifisso

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Physical Description: 81.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, frescoes
 

Cori

Box 216

Annunziata

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Physical Description: 36.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Two views of the church exterior and one of a holy water stoup. All remaining views are of the frescoes.
Box 216

General views

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Architecture. Views of ancient polygonal wall.
Post-medieval: Architecture. Views of the historical quarter of the city, with many ancient remains.
Box 216

Piazza Montagna

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. Views of the piazza. Views of Roman fragments in the vicinity of the piazza and detailed views of individual buildings on the piazza.
Box 216

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 37.0 items

Scope and Content Note

One Roman statue, a gravestone and an urn for ashes.
Views of facade and flank, two views of cloister, many views of naves and altars, some views of paintings and sculpture, and three views of Roman fragments in the garden.
Box 217

S. Maria della Pieta

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Physical Description: 85.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Two rooftop views of bell tower, many views of facade, several views of portals, several views of Roman gravestones and statues, two interior views of altar, several views of paintings, and several views of a unique Easter candle candelabra.
Box 217-219

S. Oliva

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Physical Description: 287.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Extensive coverage of exterior and interior including many views of Roman columns; many views of the renaissance frescoes and of the Renaissance cloister.
General Notes: There were two sets of prints for this location; they have now been integrated into a single numerical sequence. There
Box 219

S. Salvatore

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Fontbuoni, Anastasio
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, wooden crucifix. The church contains frescoes of the Nativity and the Adoration of the Magi by the Tuscan artist Anastasio Fontebuoni (1610). Exterior, altar, crucifix, and paintings.
General Notes: There were two sets of prints which have now been integrated into a single numerical sequence. Many of the prints have duplicates.
Box 216

Tempio di Castore e Polluce

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Physical Description: 24.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Architecture, architectural sculpture. reconstructed after 89 B.C. All that remains standing are 2 Corinthian columns (20 flutes per column, 10 m. high and .92 m. in diameter) on which a fragment of the architrave rests. remains from the temple have been incorporated into neighboring structures.
General Notes: There were two sets of prints for this monument; they have now been integrated into a single numerical sequence and assigned numbers beginning with H-1. There is no guide for this location.
Box 216

Temple of Hercules

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Physical Description: 39.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Architecture, architectural sculpture. According to an inscription, the so-called Temple of Hercules (the actual dedication of the temple is not known) was built by the duumvirs M. Manlius and L. Turpilius in the 1st century B.C. It is constructed of travertine with traces of stucco revetment. Much of the building has been restored.
Distant views, medium range views and detailed views of the temple remains.
General Notes: Two sets of prints have now been integrated into a single numerical sequence.
 

Fondi

Box 222

Abbey of S. Magno

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior and interior views of abbey ruins, including one damaged fresco.
General Notes: Views, numbered H-33 through H-47, form part of the numerical sequence for Madonna del Soccorso.
Box 222

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Three exterior views; interior views of nave and vaulted ceiling; views of cloister.
General Notes: Cloister views, numbered H-15 through H-30, form part of the numerical sequence that begins with Madonna del Soccorso.
Box 222

S. Maria Assunta

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Physical Description: 51.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of the church facade, portals, flank, and bell tower. Interior views of the naves, altars, columns, paintings, and tabernacle.
Box 222

S. Maria del Soccorso

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture; frescos, largely ruined
Box 222

S. Pietro, Duomo

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Physical Description: 30.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Painting and sculpture from the church interior.
Box 226

Museo Diocesano

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Physical Description: 52.0 items
 

Gaeta

Box 226

S. Domenico

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Giovanni da Gaeta; Scipione Pulzone; Giacinto Branchi
In Hutzel section, views of paintings and frescoes only. In Medieval section, exterior views of facade, portal, courtyard, bell tower. Interior views of vaulted ceiling, nave arcade, detached architectural sculpture fragments.
Box 227

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 34.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Sebastiano Conca
Exterior views of neo-Gothic church, including detail views of main portal. Interior views emphasize ceiling's complicated nervature and main altar. View of Pieta fresco and crucifixion painting. Views of cloister.
Box 227

S. Giovanni in Mare

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Cavallino
In Hutzel section, two views of 14th c. fresco. In Medieval section, exterior views of 10th c. church's facade and cupola. Interior views of nave duringand after 1980 restoration.
Box 227

S. Lucia

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Physical Description: 18.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of architectural details in vicinity of church and on church exterior. More conventional coverage of church exterior and interio in Medieval.
Box 226

SS. Annunziata

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Physical Description: 57.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Criscuolo; Andrea da Salerno
Views of baroque facade, an addition to 14th c. church. Interior views of nave and altar, choir, and Grotta d'Oro. Detailed coverage of polittico in choir and painting series in Grotta. View of cloister in adjoining ex-convent and the byzantinesque polittico in Cappella del Conservatorio, inside the ex-convent.
Object Notes: No negatives.
Box 227

SS. Erasmo e Marziano, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 65.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: Museo Diocesano
Artist Name: Giovanni da Gaeta; Riccardo Quartaro; Maso di Banco; Scipione Pulzone; Sebastiano Conca; Giacinto Brandi; Luca Giordano
Antiquities: Roman statue, fragments. Roman columns, capitals, sarcophagi.
Views of objects in the pinacoteca, including paintings, 14th and 15th c. statues, fragments of Renaissance portals, 13th c. iconostasis, family crests. Views of interior nave, altar, chapels. Detailed coverage of silver and gold statues of Erasmus and Marciano. Views of sacristy painting, sculpture, choir stall and crypt altar, frescoes.
General Notes: No negs. for Medieval core collection prints. More than half of prints stored in Hutzel section have no matching negatives either.
 

Itri

Box 233

Castello

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture
Box 233

S. Angelo

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (11th century and later) . Post-medieval: Interior, fresco (15th century)
Box 233

S. Cristoforo

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture
Box 233

S. Maria Maggiore

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Physical Description: 21.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
 

Minturno

Box 237

S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 43.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Sculpture. Statue of a Roman magistrate, known as "Scipione", dating from the late Roman period.
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, pulpit with marble and mosaic decoration, Paschal candelabrum. This church was built in the middle of the 11th century, with additions in the 13th-14th centuries, and alterations to the interior in the 17th century. A flight of steps leads up to a porticoed porch, above which rises the campanile. The interior of the church is vaulted with groin vaults, now decorated with coffers and stucco decoration. Near the altar are placed the Paschal candelabrum (1264) and the pulpit (1260), both decorated with multi-colored mosaics. The pulpit, in addition, has marble bas reliefs along the sides of the stairs depicting Jonah being swallowed by the whale, and on the other side, a lion swallowing a man.
Post-medieval: Stucco decoration, coffered ceiling, painting, pietra dura altar and tabernacle, crucifix, sculpture. Along the nave is the chapel of the Sacrament (1587), made of polychromed marble and gilded stucco , with a painting of the Last Supper attributed to the school of Sabatino, placed above.
 

Ninfa

Box 242

Castello dei Caetani

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

A castle with a square tower encircled by a defensive wall which is perforated by double windows.
General Notes: Ninfa is an abandoned medieval city.
Box 242

House

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

This structure with double windows stands next to the Castello dei Caetani. Restored by the owners, this structure is not overgrown by vegetation.
General Notes: Ninfa is an abandoned medieval city.
Box 242

Ponte del Macello

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

An overgrown double-arched stone bridge spanning the River Ninfa.
General Notes: Ninfa is an abandoned medieval city.
Box 242

S. Giovanni

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Physical Description: 8.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Fragments of church walls overgrown with vegetation.
General Notes: Ninfa is an abandoned medieval city.
Box 242

S. Maria Maggiore

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Remains of a church stand among cyprus trees: a tower, curved apse wall and buttessed walls. Frescoes on the apse walls are damaged and faint.
General Notes: Ninfa is an abandoned medieval city.
Box 242

S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of an overgrown church with clear remains of an arcade wall and a rounded apse.
General Notes: Ninfa is an abandoned medieval city.
Box 242

Tower

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior view of an isolated, abandoned, four-sided tower overgrown with vegetation.
General Notes: Ninfa is an abandoned medieval city.
Box 242

Unidentified Structures

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Physical Description: 8.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General views of the abandoned medieval city Ninfa--unidentified buildings overgrown with vegetation.
 

Priverno

Box 251

City wall

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture
Box 251

Madonna del Caldo

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture
Box 251

Palazzo Comunale

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (13-14th century)
Box 251

Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: Fontana dei Delfini
Artist Name: Bernini
Post-medieval: Sculpture (16th century)
Box 251

S. Antonio Abate

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Physical Description: 64.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Toballo de Ianni; Coleberti da Piperno, Pietro
Medieval: Architectual sculpture (14th century) sculpture . Post-medieval: Architecture; fresco cycles (13-15th century)
Box 252

S. Benedetto

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Physical Description: 53.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Coleberti da Piperno, Pietro
Medieval: Architecture (9th century) . Post-medieval: Frescoes (11-15th century); sculpture
General Notes: Note: Hutzel's incorrect labelling of back of photos as S. Francesco
Box 252

S. Giovanni Evangelista

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture . Post-medieval: Frescoes (recently restored, broad date range), sculpture
Box 252

S. Lorenzo

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture . Post-medieval: Frescoes
Box 252

S. Maria Assunta (Cattedrale)

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (original arcade) . Post-medieval: Architecture (18th century, original church of 1283 destroyed by earthquake); Baroque interior
Box 252

S. Nicolo

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture
Box 252

S. Tommaso

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture
Box 252

S. Vito

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architectural sculpture (fragment) . Post-medieval: Architecture
 

Sermoneta

Box 318-319

Castello Caetani

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Physical Description: 129.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Valentino
Post-medieval: Views of other architectural structures in proximity; architecture, architectural sculpture (17th century) interiors include furniture, wall paintings (16th century), sculpture
Box 319

Madonna delle Grazie

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Ruins of church with frescoes (13th century)
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
Box 320

S. Giuseppe

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Siciolante, Girolamo (Girolamo da Sermoneta)
Medieval: Architecture, frescoes (13th century), painting, sculpture
General Notes: No documentation provided for this site
Box 320

S. Maria Assunta, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 40.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Gozzoli, Benozzo; Coleberti da Piperno, Pietro
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (13 century), altar (13th century, cosmati), holy water basins. Post-medieval: Sculpture, painting, wall painting
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
Box 320

S. Pudenziana

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architectural ruins (4th century AD ?)
Object Notes: These photos are included in the Hutzel notes for S. Francesco, which are undated.
 

Sezze

Box 320-322

Antiquarium Comunale

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Physical Description: 395.0 items
Box 322

general views

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Physical Description: 31.0 items
Box 322

general views

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Physical Description: 9.0 items
Box 323

general views

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Physical Description: 9.0 items
Box 323

general views

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Physical Description: 71.0 items
Box 323

general views

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Physical Description: 26.0 items
Box 323

Palazzo Normisini

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Physical Description: 11.0 items
Box 323

S. Lucia

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Physical Description: 53.0 items
 

Sonnino

Box 324

S. Michele

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Physical Description: 35.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Photographed during restoration; architecture, architectural sculpture (11-14th century); pascal candles (11th century); painted wooden crucifix (14th century)
Object Notes: TCI mentions 13th century work of Madonna and Child above main altar; removed during restoration?
 

Terracina

Box 334

Foro Emiliano

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Physical Description: 28.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Views and details of the ruins of the forum of the ancient town.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
Box 332

General views

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Physical Description: 31.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Views of ancient Roman ruins in the city associated with the Foro Emiliano and the Porta Romana.
General views of city and ruins.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign is undated. See also Marburger Index no. 532.
Box 333-334

Museo Archeologico

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Physical Description: 231.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Stone figures, both full-length and busts; ancient altars, sarcophagi, inscriptions and stone fragments from the Temple of Giove Anxur and from the ancient town.
Object Notes: Hutzel campaign notes are undated.
Box 333

Porta Romana

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Physical Description: 8.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Exterior views of ancient city gate.
Object Notes: Hutzel campaign notes are undated.
Box 334

S. Cesario, Duomo

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Medieval church built on the ruins of an ancient temple dedicated to Rome and to Augustus. The front steps remain from the Roman temple. Columns on facade are also Roman, although they have Medieval bases. There are photos of the front steps, parts of the ancient walls and of the columns. Most prints are in the Medieval core collection. There are no exterior prints in the Hutzel collection.
The present church was consecrated in 1074, but dates in most part from the 12th century. It was renovated in the 18th century. There are exterior views of the facade. Views of the interior include the apse generally as well as details of the altar, an elaborate candelabra dated 1261 and a pulpit with ancient columns and stylized animals. There are, in addition, other photos of architectural details. Most prints are in the Medieval core collection. In the Hutzel collection, there are prints of architectural details and of one altar (not the main one).
Object Notes: Hutzel campaign notes are undated. See also Marburger Index, nos. 532-33.
Box 334

Tempio di Giove Anxur

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Physical Description: 52.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: General views of the precinct of Giove and of the ruins of the Temple of Giove Anxur, the Little Temple and of the Pisco Montana.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. See also Marburger Index, no. 532.
 

Velletri

Box 340

Piazza Mazzini

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Details of fountain in the Piazza.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 1984.
 

Lazio