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Series I. Borromini research, 1953-1993 bulk 1953-1960

Physical Description: 2 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Series contains research notes and photographs accumulated by Steinberg for his dissertation on Francesco Borromini, written 1958/1959. Primary sites described include S. Carlino, S. Agnese, S. Ivo, Palazzo Falconieri and Palazzo Spada. This series also includes correspondence with Rudolf Wittkower and Erwin Hainisch; lecture given at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and Harvard; articles by Paolo Portoghesi; and original typescript of the dissertation.
box 1, folder 1

S. Carlino - Albertina drawings and non-Albertina drawings, 1993

Scope and Content Note

3-page letter (July 1993) from Steinberg to Kevin Salatino (curator, Getty Research Library) explaining items in this file; 2 sets of numbered registers for Albertina's Borromini drawings, re-constructed by Steinberg in the course of his research; notes, many with drawings, including notes made by Margot Scolari (Daisy) Barr at the Albertina for Steinberg circa 60 items.
box 1, folder 2

Correspondence with Wittkower, approximately 1960-1967

Scope and Content Note

1 explanatory note from Steinberg (dated June 1993); 6 letters between Steinberg and Wittkower; 8 pages "Appendix IV: Borromini and Stoicism" (by Wittkower?), with pencil annotations by Steinberg.
box 1, folder 3

Correspondence with Albertina, 1960-1961, 1976-1977

Scope and Content Note

7 letters between Steinberg and Erwin Hainisch regarding access to Borromini drawings at the Albertina (1960-1961); later correspondence regarding reproduction rights (1976-1977).
box 1, folder 4

Wolfgang Lotz comments on Steinberg's dissertation, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 sheets.
box 1, folder 5

S. Carlino - interior, excluding dome and conches photographs

Scope and Content Note

circa 30 items.
box 1, folder 6

S. Carlino - dome pattern

Scope and Content Note

34 photographs, some negatives, notes, some printed material.
box 1, folder 7

S. Carlino - diagram, drawings notes, drawings, photographs

Scope and Content Note

circa 60 items.
box 1, folder 8

S. Carlino - vedute

Scope and Content Note

Notes, some correspondence regarding obtaining photographs, photographs, printed material, circa 25 items.
box 1, folder 9

S. Carlino - crypt and cloister

Scope and Content Note

Photographs with some annotations, circa 13 items.
box 1, folder 10

S. Carlino - exterior

Scope and Content Note

Photographs, 21 items.
box 1, folder 11

S. Carlino - inverted volutes

Scope and Content Note

Notes, photographs, printed material, negatives, circa 12 items.
box 1, folder 12

S. Carlino - Introduction

Scope and Content Note

Handwritten notes, circa 15 items.
box 1, folder 13

S. Carlino - photographs of drawings

Scope and Content Note

Berlin, 30 photographs from Kunstbibliothek, plus handwritten inventory list with negative numbers.
box 1, folder 14

S. Carlino - miscellaneous

Scope and Content Note

Notes, 1 letter, copies of drawings, circa 12 items.
box 1, folder 15

S. Carlino - miscellaneous

Scope and Content Note

Printed material, photographs, notes, circa 15 items.
box 2, folder 1

S. Carlino - miscellaneous notes

Scope and Content Note

Handwritten notes, circa 30 items.
box 2, folder 2

S. Carlino - miscellaneous notes and drawings

Scope and Content Note

Notes, drawings, 1 letter, circa 20 items.
box 2, folder 3

S. Carlino - miscellaneous "new matter to consider"

Scope and Content Note

Notes, some typed, circa 30 items.
box 2, folder 4

Bernini-Borromini lectures, 1960

Scope and Content Note

7 typed lectures, with annotations, given at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and Harvard, Spring 1960.
box 2, folder 5

San Carlino lecture, 1960

Scope and Content Note

Handwritten notes ("to recast & condense S. Carlo lecture") & typed annotated lecture given at the Met and Harvard, Spring 1960.
box 2, folder 6

Borromini - not S. Carlino, notes

Scope and Content Note

2 small notebooks, 1 bundle of loose notes.
box 2, folder 7

S. Maria dei Sette Dolori

Scope and Content Note

Notes, drawings, annotated photographs, circa 25 items.
box 2, folder 8

S. Agnese / Palazzo Pamphili

Scope and Content Note

Notes, drawings, photographs, circa 15 items.
box 2, folder 9

Lateran

Scope and Content Note

Notes, printed material, drawings, photographs, circa 60 items.
box 2, folder 10

Oratorio

Scope and Content Note

Notes, drawings, photographs, circa 80 items.
box 2, folder 11

S. Ivo - text

Scope and Content Note

Notes, drawings, photographs, some printed material, circa 60 items.
box 2, folder 12

S. Ivo - notes

Scope and Content Note

Notes in several small bundles, 7 letters with Konrad Hoffman, 1962, circa 30 items.
box 2, folder 13

S. Ivo - photographs

Scope and Content Note

20 items.
box 3, folder 1

Propaganda Fide

Scope and Content Note

Photographs and notes, drawings, circa 30 items.
box 3, folder 2

Articles by P. Portoghesi, 1953-1956, 1958

Scope and Content Note

9 issues or parts of issues of Quaderni dell 'architettura, with articles by Paolo Portoghesi; 3 offprints by Portoghesi on Borromini.
box 3, folder 3

P. Portoghesi World encyclopedia article on Borromini

Scope and Content Note

Typescript (translated into English), circa 25 pages.
box 3, folder 4

Borromini drawings, miscellaneous, and "destination uncertain"

Scope and Content Note

16 photographs, some heavily annotated.
box 3, folder 5

Palazzo Spada

Scope and Content Note

18 photographs, 2 drawings (1 ink drawing on tracing paper).
box 3, folder 6

Palazzo Carpegna

Scope and Content Note

7 pages of notes with drawings, 1 photograph.
box 3, folder 7

Falconieri - Palazzo a villa

Scope and Content Note

12 photographs of building, and drawings, some with annotations; 4 pages of notes.
box 3, folder 8

Kate Ganz paper regarding Falconieri ceilings, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Written for Wittkower, with a note from Ganz to Steinberg.
box 3, folder 9

S. Sabina - cell of St. Dominic

Scope and Content Note

Notes, 1 photograph, 5 items.
box 3, folder 10

S. Giovanni in Oleo

Scope and Content Note

5 sheets of notes with drawings, 4 photographs.
box 3, folder 11

S. Lucia in Selci

Scope and Content Note

7 sheets of notes, 6 photographs.
box 3, folder 12

Palazzo Giustiniani

Scope and Content Note

5 sheets of notes, 1 offprint, 1 photograph.
box 3, folder 13

Biblioteca Angelica

Scope and Content Note

1 drawing, 1 photograph of interior.
box 3, folder 14

Miscellaneous photographs

Scope and Content Note

5 photographs mounted on 3 boards, various buildings.
box 3, folder 15

S. Giovanni dei Florentino - Falconieri chapel

Scope and Content Note

4 sheets of notes.
 

Dissertation - original typescript as photographed & republished by Garland, 1977

Scope and Content Note

Dissertation written 1958-1959, New York University, S. Carlo alle quattro Fontane.
box 3, folder 16

Pages 1-122

box 4, folder 1

Pages 123-264

box 4, folder 2

Pages 265-379

box 4, folder 3

Pages 280-483

 

Series II. Rodin research, 1962-1977

Physical Description: 2 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Series contains photographs, clippings, and notes for Steinberg's essay "Rodin: Sculptures and Drawings," published as introduction to an exhibition catalog for the Charles E. Slatkin Galleries, NY, May, 1963 and in Other Criteria. Most of the photographs are by Farrell Grehan.
box 4, folder 4

Rodin groups

Scope and Content Note

Circa 10 photographs, printed material, some notes, circa 15 items.
box 4, folder 5

Rodin - abstracts and clippings

Scope and Content Note

Circa 16 pages notes & a few printed materials, mostly articles.
box 4, folder 6

Rodin correspondence, 1962-1963, 1971

Scope and Content Note

With Charles Slatkin of Charles Slatkin, Inc. Galleries, New York: 13 letters, most regarding Rodin exhibit.
box 4, folder 7

Rodin notes, miscellaneous

Scope and Content Note

circa 25 items.
box 4, folder 8

Rodin - Esen notes & correspondence, 1962-1963, 1971, 1977

Scope and Content Note

8 letters with Albert Esen; Esen 2-page typed notes regarding Steinberg essay on Rodin (published 1962) with Steinberg annotations; notes, circa 25 items.
box 4, folder 9

Rodin - on working stone

Scope and Content Note

Notes and parts of draft essay, 11 sheets.
box 4, folder 10

Rodin - unused notes, 1962, 1969, 1971

Scope and Content Note

Notes, with drawings, circa 50 pages.
box 4, folder 11

Rodin - Durig estate - fakes, 1969

Scope and Content Note

4 letters (1969): 3 regarding Durig estate of 154 drawings, presumably by Rodin, on which Steinberg gave an assessment; 1 letter from unidentified collector regarding a "Rodin" watercolor; photographs, notes, printed material, circa 50 items.
box 5, folder 1-2

Rodin - miscellaneous photographs and clippings I

Scope and Content Note

circa 80 items.
box 5, folder 3

Rodin - miscellaneous photographs and clippings II

Scope and Content Note

circa 15 items.
box 5, folder 4

Rodin - miscellaneous photographs and clippings III

Scope and Content Note

circa 30 items.
box 5, folder 5

Rodin - gates and related works (1880-1885?)

Scope and Content Note

Photographs and clippings, 10 items.
box 5, folder 6

Rodin - broken nose

Scope and Content Note

Photographs and notes regarding man with broken nose sculpture, 5 items.
box 5, folder 7

Balzac

Scope and Content Note

5 photographs.
box 5, folder 8

Rodin afterlife

Scope and Content Note

Notes, most regarding influence of Rodin on later artists, 4 items.
box 5, folder 9

Rodin Q

Scope and Content Note

Notes & printed material regarding Rodin's sources, circa 30 items.
box 5, folder 10

Rodin figures

Scope and Content Note

Photographs, most marked for publication, circa 30 items.
box 5, folder 11

Rodin figures

Scope and Content Note

Photographs, 22 items.
box 5, folder 12

Burghers of Calais

Scope and Content Note

Photographs, notes, clippings, circa 40 items.
box 5, folder 13

Rodin - miscellaneous photographs

Scope and Content Note

Circa 30 photographs, with some printed material (include clipping regarding Ernst Durig estate) and notes.
box 5, folder 14

Rodin hands

Scope and Content Note

Photographs, negatives, circa 15 items.
box 5, folder 15

Rodin - Farrell Grehan photographs

Scope and Content Note

27 photographs & 1 letter from Steinberg to Grehan.
box 5, folder 16

Rodin - Farrell Grehan photographs

Scope and Content Note

10 items.
box 6*

Rodin oversize photographs

Scope and Content Note

9 photographs, 8 mounted, all by Farrell Grehan.
 

Series III. Titian research, 1965-1986

Physical Description: 1 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Series contains notes, drawings and photographs for Steinberg's lecture at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) on Titian's Presentation of the Virgin; also typescript of David Rosand's article on Titian.
box 7, folder 1

Titian's Presentation of the Virgin

Scope and Content Note

Circa 30 photographs, some printed material, notes with drawings.
box 7, folder 2

Titian's Presentation - David Rosand, 1973

Scope and Content Note

4-page letter from Steinberg to David Rosand (June 1973) regarding Steinberg contributing a paragraph to Rosand article; copies of Rostand's articles; circa 60-page typescript of Rostand essay, "Lux Mundi" (regarding Titian's Presentation).
box 7, folder 3

Titian - La Veccia - notes

Scope and Content Note

9 pages of notes.
box 7, folder 4

Tiziano

Scope and Content Note

Spiral bound notebook of notes, with drawings (some notes in a hand not Steinberg's).
box 7, folder 5

Robert Torchia paper on Titian's Presentation

Scope and Content Note

Typescript, with some annotations by Steinberg, dated May 1986 (Torchia a graduate student at University of Pennsylvania).
box 7, folder 6

Titian lecture, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1965

Scope and Content Note

Lecture and outline, typescripts with annotations, circa 35 pages.
box 8

Titian's presentation notes

Scope and Content Note

On index cards and small note paper.
 

Series IV. Correspondence and lectures, 1952-1995

Physical Description: 1.5 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Series contains correspondence about lecture series presented by Steinberg at the Metropolitan and elsewhere. Correspondents include Gerson Cohen, Rene d'Harnoncourt, John Canaday, Margaret Scolari Barr, André Chastel, Julius Held, H.S. Janson, Irving Lavin, Annette Michelson and Phil Leider. Correspondence with Hilton Kramer concerns Steinberg's column in Arts. Many letters are in response to Steinberg's lecture, "Sexuality of Christ in Renaissance Art and in Modern Oblivion." An offprint of his essay, "Eve's Idle Hand," published in Art Journal 1975/1976 is included along with student papers based on the essay.
box 9, folder 1

Letters regarding lectures (excluding Metropolitan Museum of Art), 1952-1973

Scope and Content Note

34 items includes letter from Steinberg to Gerson Cohen (1970 November 16) from the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities about giving a lecture series. Correspondents include Rene d'Harnoncourt, John Canaday and Gerson Cohen.
box 9, folder 2

Letters regarding lectures at Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1957-1960

Scope and Content Note

54 items.
box 9, folder 3

Letters regarding publications and articles, 1955, 1961-1986

Scope and Content Note

6 items includes entry for Steinberg in Who's Who in World Jewry 1955.
box 9, folder 4

Correspondence with Hilton Kramer, 1955-1979

Scope and Content Note

9 items regarding column Steinberg wrote for Arts magazine (1955-1960); with later explanatory comments from Steinberg (December 1996); includes letter from Annette Michelson (1979 October 22) about article she wrote as editor for October.
box 9, folder 5

Letters regarding column in Arts, 1953-1960

Scope and Content Note

24 items includes letter from Josef Albers (1956 April 30) and letter regarding CAA annual Frank J. Mather Award given to Steinberg, 1958.
box 9, folder 6

Articles regarding essay on Jasper Johns, 1975-1996

Scope and Content Note

8 items with later explanatory comments by Steinberg (December 1996) about corrections to the literature; includes correspondence with German critic, Willi Bongard.
box 9, folder 7

Letters from scholars, 1958-1992

Scope and Content Note

16 items includes letters from Margaret Scolari Barr, André Chastel, Julius Held, H.W. Janson, Irving Lavin and Phil Leider.
box 9, folder 8

"Sexuality of Christ" Lionel Trilling lecture, 1981 November 19

Scope and Content Note

34 items includes correspondence with proposal for the lecture and followed by letters about the lecture: "Sexuality of Christ in Renaissance Art and in Modern Oblivion."
box 9, folder 9

Subsequent lectures based on Sexuality of Christ..., 1982-1983

Scope and Content Note

32 items includes correspondence about lectures Steinberg gave in Washington DC, Philadelphia, New York Hospital, Yale and Northwestern University.
box 9, folder 10

Paper by Helena Schulz-Keil, 1986

Scope and Content Note

Paper written in response to "Sexuality of Christ...," includes letter from Schulz-Keil.
box 9, folder 11

Bowdoin College commencement address, and memorial tribute to Albert Elsen, 1995

Scope and Content Note

2 items includes Steinberg received honorary Ph.D. at Bowdoin; Elsen tribute was published in College Art Association newsletter.
box 9, folder 12

Report on teaching art history, 1956

Scope and Content Note

Report written for Parsons School of Design.
box 9, folder 13

Student paper: "Michelangelo's Victory," 1979

Scope and Content Note

3 items includes Steinberg's edits on paper and 2 letters from student Maud Lavin.
box 9, folder 14

"Eve's Idle Hand," 1975-1976

Scope and Content Note

29 items includes Steinberg offprint from Art Journal; correspondence with students; papers from Hunter College students based on Steinberg's essay.
box 10

Reading and lecture notes on 17th century Italian painting, 1960

Scope and Content Note

Ending with Sebastiano Mazzoni (Mazzoni lecture given at Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1960).
 

Series V. Publications: Manuscripts and Letters, 1962-1996

Physical Description: 1 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Series contains correspondence, reviews, and versions of several of the essays included in Other Criteria. This series also contains a folder of clippings with citations for Steinberg's publications used by various authors, and an audio tape interview of Paul Brach by Clare Spark Loeb about Other Criteria.
box 11, folder 1

"The Algerian Women and Picasso at Large"

Scope and Content Note

Penultimate version of essay published in Other Criteria, 1972. Includes annotations, 71 pages.
box 11, folder 2

"Creation of Adam"

Scope and Content Note

Early version of essay for Art Bulletin, (December 1992) with annotations; sections: Devil's Due, Rebel Angels and Creation.
box 11, folder 3

"Picasso's Sleepwatchers"

Scope and Content Note

Essay as it appeared in Life Magazine, (1968 December 27); includes 15 letters from friends, published letters to the editors appearing in Life Magazine (1969 January 24) and article by critic, Hilton Kramer in The New York Times (1969 January 5). The essay was also published in Other Criteria.
box 11, folder 4

Other Criteria, 1971, 1976, 1978

Scope and Content Note

12 items includes correspondence regarding permission for photo reproductions, fees and reprints of articles for the book of essays (1971, 1976, 1978).
box 11, folder 5

Other Criteria, 1962-1972

Scope and Content Note

33 items includes correspondence about the essays, primarily before they were included in the book; includes letters from Al Elsen and 3 letters from Steinberg (bulk 1972).
box 11, folder 6

Other Criteria, 1973

Scope and Content Note

24 items includes letters from friends regarding the book.
box 11, folder 7

Other Criteria, 1974-1996

Scope and Content Note

39 items includes correspondence regarding the book includes 2 letters from Steinberg.
box 11, folder 8

Other Criteria, 1972

Scope and Content Note

14 items includes pre-publication reviews.
box 11, folder 9

Other Criteria, 1972-1976

Scope and Content Note

61 items includes published reviews.
box 11, folder 10

Other Criteria, 1972

Scope and Content Note

5 items; typescript transcript (10 pages) of Paul Brach (Dean of the School of Art at California Institute of the Arts) interview by Clare Spark-Loeb regarding Other Criteria (1972 December 12); includes 2 letters and 2 announcements.
box 11, folder 11

Clippings of citations

Scope and Content Note

28 items; citations by various authors of Steinberg essays and publications; annotations by Steinberg; many citations sent to Steinberg by his friend, Andrea Kirsch.
box 12

Other Criteria, 1972

Scope and Content Note

Audio tape of Paul Brach interview by Clare Spark-Loeb regarding Other Criteria.
 

Series VI. Abandoned dissertation, 1956

Physical Description: 0.5 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Series contains research notes, illustrations and bibliographic notecards for Steinberg's abandoned dissertation project, "Afterlife of Romanesque." Files include first three chapters and research material for chapters IV and V.
box 13, folder 1

Dissertation project

Scope and Content Note

Abandoned dissertation, Afterlife of Romanesque, chapter I (1956 October 2); includes letter to Professor Richard Krautheimer.
box 13, folder 2

Afterlife of Romanesque, chapter II

box 13, folder 3

Afterlife of Romanesque, chapter III

box 13, folder 4

Material for chapter IV and conclusions

box 13, folder 5

Material for chapter V, Romanesque in Northern Renaissance.

box 13, folder 6

Research notes from readings

box 13, folder 7

Illustrations with annotations

Scope and Content Note

7 sketches, 11 photoprints.
box 13, folder 8

Notes and comments on romanesque, gothic, renaissance and later

box 13, folder 9

Old representations of romanesque

box 13, folder 10

Notes

Scope and Content Note

Reliance on literary sources; surface thinking; anti-clericalism; antiquarian attitude; patriotic considerations; periodization and terminology.
box 13, folder 11

Notes

Scope and Content Note

Is romanesque a style or a transition only; romanesque architecture defined; internationalization; on romanesque (C17, C18).
box 13, folder 12

Notes

Scope and Content Note

Conceptualization of romanesque (C19); Viollet-le-Duc; new material; book resumes (E. de Beer, M. Schapiro); oblivion of romanesque; destruction of romanesque.
box 13, folder 13

Bibliographic notecards

 

Series VII. Course notes, 1950-1963

Physical Description: 4 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Series contains notes taken by Steinberg for courses he attended as a student at the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU from 1950-1963. Most include illustrations and photographs. Professors include Erwin Panofsky, Herbert Weissberger, Charles Sterling, Karl Lehmann, Alfred Salmony, Harry Bober, Richard Krautheimer, Bates Lowry, Wolfgang Lotz, Robert Goldwater and Ernst Kitzinger.
box 14, folder 1

Early Netherlandish Painting, 1952

Scope and Content Note

First notebook from course audited by Steinberg, Early Netherlandish Painting, Fall 1952, taught by Erwin Panofsky at Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
box 14, folder 2

Early Netherlandish Painting, lectures 8-14, 1952-1953

Scope and Content Note

Second notebook from course audited by Steinberg, Early Netherlandish Painting, lectures 8-14, 1952-1953, taught by Erwin Panofsky, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
box 14, folder 3

Islamic art, 1950

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs from course audited by Steinberg, Islamic art, summer 1950, taught by Herbert Weissberger, New York University.
box 14, folder 4

15th century French painting, 1961 February

Scope and Content Note

from course audited by Steinberg as post-graduate student, 15th century French painting, taught by Charles Sterling.
box 14, folder 5

17th century French painting, 1961 February

Scope and Content Note

from course audited by Steinberg as post-graduate student, 17th century French painting, taught by Charles Sterling.
box 15

Egyptian Art, 1951

Scope and Content Note

Includes one folder of notes, with photographs, from course audited by Steinberg, Egyptian Art, fall 1951, taught by Karl Lehmann, New York University.
 

Art of the Stone Age, 1951

Scope and Content Note

with photographs and inserted notes from course audited by Steinberg, Art of the Stone Age, taught by Alfred Salmony, New York University.
box 16A

Original notebook covers

box 16B-16C

Contents

 

Arts of Japan, 1952

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs from course audited by Steinberg, Arts of Japan, taught by Alfred Salmony, New York University.
box 17A

Original notebook covers

box 17B-17C

Contents

 

Aegean Art, 1952, 1957

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs from course Steinberg audited and took as a registered graduate student, Aegean Art, 1952 and 1957, taught by Karl Lehmann, New York University.
box 18A

Original notebook covers

box 18B

Contents

 

Romanesque to Gothic, 1955

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs and inserted notes from course taken by Steinberg as a registered graduate student, Romanesque to Gothic, taught by Harry Bober, New York University.
box 19A

Original notebook covers

box 19B-19C

Contents

 

17th Century Architecture in France and England, 1955, 1960

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs and inserted notes from course taken by Steinberg as a registered graduate student, 17th Century Architecture in France and England, 1955, taught by Richard Krautheimer, New York University; includes paper, Le Vau and Italian Architecture, May 16, 1960, the final assignment for Ph.D. qualification submitted by Steinberg following his dissertation defense.
box 20A

Original notebook covers

box 20B-20C

Contents

 

Early Renaissance Sculpture, 1958

Scope and Content Note

Includes lecture and seminar notes taken by Steinberg when he was a graduate student, Early Renaissance Sculpture, 1957, taught by H.W. Janson; Funerary Sculpture, 1958, taught by Erwin Panofsky; Iconography of Architecture, 1958 taught by Richard Krautheimer and Bates Lowry, New York University.
box 21A

Original notebook covers

box 21B

Contents

 

Italian High and Late Renaissance Architecture, 1956

Scope and Content Note

Includes inserted notes from course taken by Steinberg when he was a graduate student, Italian High and Late Renaissance Architecture, summer 1956, taught by Wolfgang Lotz, New York University.
box 22A

Original notebook covers

box 22B

Contents

 

African and Oceanic Art, 1957

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs and inserted notes from course taken by Steinberg when he was a graduate student, African and Oceanic Art, 1957, taught by Robert Goldwater, New York University.
box 23A

Original notebook covers

box 23B

Contents

 

Byzantine Art in the Age of Justinian, 1950, 1957, 1958

Scope and Content Note

Includes lecture notes and photographs taken by Steinberg when he was an auditor and a registered graduate student, Byzantine Art in the Age of Justinian, 1958, taught by Ernst Kitzinger; Byzantine Architecture, 1957, taught by Richard Krautheimer; Byzantine Art, 1950, taught by Harry Bober, New York University; includes Steinberg paper, S. Marco of Venice as a Mid-Byzantine Church, 1958.
box 24A

Original notebook covers

box 24B-24C

Contents

 

Carolingian and Romanesque Architecture, 1958

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs and inserted notes from course taken by Steinberg when he was a graduate student, Carolingian and Romanesque Architecture, taught by Richard Krautheimer, New York University.
box 25A

Original notebook covers

box 25B

Contents

 

Late Antique Art, 1959

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs and inserted notes from course taken by Steinberg when he was a graduate student, Late Antique Art, taught by Karl Lehmann, New York University.
box 26A

Original notebook covers

box 26B

Contents

 

Roman Architecture, 1957

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs and inserted notes from course taken by Steinberg when he was a graduate student, Roman Architecture, 1957, taught by J.B. Ward Perkins, New York University; includes reading notes, final exam paper and one lecture, History of Rome from Early Christian Times, taught by Richard Krautheimer.
box 27A

Original notebook covers

box 27B-27C

Contents

 

Titian, 1963

Scope and Content Note

From course audited by Steinberg as a post-graduate student, Titian taught by Erwin Panofsky, New York University..
box 28A

Original notebook covers

box 28B-28C

Contents

 

Series VIII. Additions to Collection approximately 1941-2011

Physical Description: 91.9 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Papers received in 2012 and 2013, unprocessed at this date.
box T1-T63*

2012 and 2013 Additions