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INVENTORY OF FOTO ARTE MINORE: MAX HUTZEL PHOTOGRAPHS OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE IN ITALY
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Box 291

S. Gregorio Magno

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Physical Description: 183.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Capponi, Luigi; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Bramante, Donato; Ferrari, Francesco; Balestra, Antonio; Deodatus; Badalocchio, Sisto; Ricci, Giovanni Battista; Bregno, Andrea (Andrea da Milano); Francesco da Volterra; Maderno, Carlo; Mancini, Francesco; Canova, Antonio; Costanzi, Placido; Batoni, Pompeo; Soria, Giovanni Battista
Medieval: Sculpture, mosaics . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, frescoes, stucco
Object Notes: Completely renovated/restored in 16th and 17th centuries in Baroque style, church (on Monte Celio) contains hardly any indication of paleo-Christian/medieval style of its origins. 173 prints are accounted for and filed; 182 + 83 negatives are accounted for and filed--leaving 117 negatives unaccounted for.
Box 292-294

S. Ignazio di Loyola

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Physical Description: 319.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Carlo Maderno; P. Orazio Grassi; Alessandro Algardi; Andrea Pozzo; Francesco Trevisani
Church was built 1625-50, based on a project by Maderno. Exterior photos of facade, rooftops and portal, with details of capitals. Interior views of the nave; however, the majority of the photos are of the paintings in the vaults and chapels. Frescoes include the Entry of S. Ignatius into Heaven and the Four Parts of the World. There are also frescoes of Samson, David, Judith and Joel. In the transept are frescoes relating to St. Louis and to the Glory of S. Ignatius. Other, unidentified rooms in the complex are also photographed.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. See also Marburger Index, no. 395.
 

S. Lorenzo fuori le Mura

Box 294

Church

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Interior photos only. They show the nave, aisles and arcade. There are specific photos of the ciborium. Near the altar is a 6th century mosaic of Christ in Majesty between Ss. Peter, Lorenzo, Paul, Stephen, Hyppolite and Pope Pelagio.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign undated.
Box 294

S. Lorenzo in Lucina

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Physical Description: 37.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Reni, Guido; Vouet, Simon; Sardi, Giuseppe; Rainaldi, Carlo; Fanzago, Cosimo; Tenerani, Pietro; Italian, 18th century; Lemoyne, P.; Desprez, Jean Louis; Saraceni, Carlo; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo
Medieval: Architectural and sculptural fragments . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculptural relief, sculpture, painting, frescoes, coffers
Object Notes: Completely renovated during the centuries, especially in the 17th century, but prominent characteristic of medieval portico, architraval columns, and campanile from Pontificate of Pasquale II (1099-1118).
Box 294

S. Lorenzo in Panisperna

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Physical Description: 34.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Cati, Pasquale
Antiquities: Sculptural fragments
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculptural relief, sculpture, painting, fresco
Object Notes: Antique structure (c. 3rd-4th century) erected on site where tradition places the martyrdom of S. Lorenzo. Building dates from late 16th century in style of Counter-Reformation after a probable project by Francesco da Volterra.
Box 294

S. Lucia del Gonfalone

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Physical Description: 50.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Azzurri, Francesco; Mariani, Cesare; Marco David
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco painting, stucco, coffers. on via dei Banchi Vecchi
General Notes: Church was built primarily in the 14th century for the antique confraternity of the Gonfalone. The foundation was refurbished in 1764 by Marco David in Baroque style, restored in 1866 by Azzurri. No information provided by Hutzel. Negative #12 was missing from shipment.
Box 295

S. Luigi dei Francesi

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of Renaissance church's architectural sculpture. Interior views of ceiling, cupola, organ, ceiling fresco.
Box 295

S. Margherita

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Brandi, Giacinto; Gaulli, Giovanni Battista; Fontana, Carlo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting
Object Notes: Site of a "confraternity", one of the simplest Baroque churches in Rome; central plan interior is almost destitute of decoration.
Box 296

S. Maria Antiqua

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Physical Description: 50.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: General architectural views; views of sacrophagi
Medieval: 8th century fresco cycle of counter-iconoclasm propaganda,
Box 296

S. Maria d'Aracoeli

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Physical Description: 56.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Bregno, Andrea (Andrea da Milano); Albertoni, Antonio; Pintoricchio; Trevisani, Francesco; Italian, 13th century; Italian, 12th century; Savelli, Jacopo; Italian, 17th century
Antiquities: Interior columns
Medieval: Architecture, sculpture, mosaics, tomb sculpture, fresco painting. Post-medieval: Painting, sculpture, sculptural relief, tomb sculpture, stucco decoration
Box 295

S. Maria degli Angeli

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Physical Description: 137.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Michelangelo; Vanvitelli
Antiquities: Sarcophagus; fragments of antiquities on exterior wall.
Several exterior views of church facade, formed from exedra of calidarium of Roman baths (Terme di Diocleziano). Interior, designed by Michelangelo from fromer tepidarium and renovated by Vanvitelli (1749), is extensively documented. Views of vestibule, nave, altars, sacristy, chapels, frescoed ceilings, paintings, sculpture, courtyard.
Box 300

S. Maria della Scala

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Physical Description: 95.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Francesco da Volterra; Honthorst, Gerrit van; Odazzi, Giovanni; Pannini, Giovanni Paolo; Slodtz, Rene Michel (Michel-Ange); Valle, Filippo; Rainaldi, Carlo; Algardi, Alessandro; De La Haye, Luca (Luca Fiammingo); Papaleo, Francisco; Rainaldi, Girolamo; Saraceni, Carlo; Mascherino, Ottaviano
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, decorative arts (furniture, objects d'art), manuscripts. Pharmacy of art of herbal-cure dating from 16th century still exists today; many publications with wood-cut illustrations on healing plants and other artifacts.
Box 299

S. Maria dell'Orto

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Physical Description: 62.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Vignola (Giacomo Barozzi); Francesco da Volterra; Rusconi, Camillo; Legros, Pierre (the Younger); Zucchetti, Fil.; Garzi, Luigi; Trometta, Nic.; Torelli, Cesare; Parodi, G.B.; Longhi, Martino (the Elder); Zuccaro, Federico; Zuccaro, Taddeo; Baglione, Giovanni; Calandrucci, Giacinto; Giaquinto, Corrado; Guidetti, Guidetto
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, reliefs, painting (frescoes)
Object Notes: Despite lively Baroque decoration in the interior, the church conserves an early Renaissance structure of three naves. Building began in 1489 by an unknown architect; was finished in 1566 by Guidetti. Curious inscriptions on church stones with humorous statements such as "Universita dei Vermicellari" (various artisan corporations).
Box 298

S. Maria di Monserrato

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Physical Description: 82.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Camporese, Giuseppe; Francesco da Volterra; Carracci, Annibale; Moratilla, Filippo; Nappi, Francesco; Sansovino, Jacopo (Jacopo d' Antonio Tatti); Capponi, Luigi; Maso del Bosco (Boscoli, Tommaso); Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger)
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, stucco coffers. Fourteen views of exterior; 68 prints show interior. Initiated on project of Sangallo the Younger in 1518, the church istoday the national Spanish church in Rome. Altered by Camporese in 1821; restored in 1929.
Box 299

S. Maria di Montesanto

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Interior views of altar, nave, cupola and chapels.
Box 296-297

S. Maria in Aquiro

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Physical Description: 182.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Maderno, Carlo; Breccioli, Filippo; Camporese, P.; Mariani, Cesare; Saraceni, Carlo; Speranza, Stefano; Speranza, G.B.; Master of the Candlelight; Francesco da Volterra
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, religious artifacts (reliquaries), decorative arts (tapestries, furniture). From Counter-Reformation, built in 1590 and finished in 1774. A picture gallery exists in the former convent, which also houses offices. Located on Piazza Capranica.
Box 297

S. Maria in Campitelli

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Physical Description: 21.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Giordano, Luca; Conca, Sebastiano; Cavallini, Francesco; Baratta, Fracesco; Ottoni, Lorenzo; Rossi, Giovanni Antonio de'; Gaulli, Giovanni Battista; Mazzuoli, Giuseppe (the Elder); Passeri, Giuseppe; Maglia, Michele; Rainaldi, Carlo
Post-medieval: 17th century architecture (1662-67), architectural sculpture, sculpture, frescoes, church furnishings; altar with tabernacle
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Roma e Dintorni (1977), pp. 250-251
Box 297

S. Maria in Campo Marzio

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Physical Description: 34.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Marini, Pasquale; Garzi, Luigi; Costanzi, Placido; Baldi, Lazzaro; Rossi, Giovanni Antonio de'
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting
Object Notes: Of antique origins, probably of the 7th century, transformed by Rossi in 1685.
Box 298

S. Maria in Cappella

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, mosaics, fresco painting.
High Roman form of the 11th century, facade is flanked by customary Roman columns. Post-medieval painting is also visible in the interior.
Box 298

S. Maria in Cosmedin

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Physical Description: 38.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sardi, Giuseppe; Roman school, 15th century; Giovenale, G.B.
Medieval: Architecture, mosaics, sculpture, sculptural relief . Post-medieval: Painting (frescoes), sculpture
Object Notes: Basilica is famous for "Bocca della Verita" relief in the exterior forecourt. The basilica was erected in the 6th century and enlarged by Hadrian in the 8th century. It dates back to the arrival of Greeks in Rome, persecuted in Greece by the Iconoclasts of the Orient.
Box 298

S. Maria in Domnica

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Physical Description: 52.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Lazzaro Baldi; Perin del Vaga; Andrea Sansovino
Antiquities: 2 Roman sarcophagi
Exterior views of facade and arcade of Renaissance church founded on remains of Roman construction in 7th c. Views of neighborhood portals. Interior views of nave, altar, carved wooden ceiling, 9th c. mosaics, apse fresco by Lazzaro Baldi. Views of crypt statue and fragments of Medieval pluteus.
General Notes: Views of Fontana della Navicella, which stands in front of the church, have been extracted from this numerical sequence and stored in separate file.
Box 299

S. Maria in Monterone

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Physical Description: 21.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Batoni, Pompeo
Medieval: Sculpture (baptismal font) . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, frescoes
Object Notes: Near the Largo di Torre Argentina, an antique basilica structure which has been restored numerous times, simple facade dates from 1682.
Box 299

S. Maria in Monticelli

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Physical Description: 21.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Puccetti, Giovan Battista; Mariani, Cesare; Carracci, Antonio
Medieval: 12th century mosaic, 14th century wooden sculpture, gisante . Post-medieval: 18th century architecture (altars, nave, chapels, cupola), frescos, paintings on canvas,
Object Notes: No visible remains of the older church
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Roma e Dintorni, 1977, p. 246
Box 299

S. Maria in Publicolis

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: G.A. De Rossi
One exterior view of facade of church renovated in 1643.
Box 299

S. Maria in Traspontina

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Physical Description: 40.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Mascherino, Ottaviano; Paparelli, Francesco; Fontana, Carlo; Gherardi, Antonio (Reatino); Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino); Garzi, Luigi; Conca, Sebastiano; Conca, Giovanni; Seiter, Joseph Daniel; Cerrini, Giovanni Domenico; Ricci, Giovanni Battista; Raggi, Antonio; Pomarancio (Cristoforo Roncalli); Peruzzi, Giovanni Sallustio
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, frescoes, stucco.
Object Notes: Constructed in 1566 by Peruzzi, worked on between 1581-7 by Mascherino and finished by Paparelli in 1637. Located on via delle Conciliazione.
Box 299

S. Maria in Trastevere

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Cavallini, Pietro; Fontana, Carlo; Italy; Cochetti, L.; Mino dal Reame; Senese, Michelangelo; Maratti, Carlo; Ciampelli, Agostino; Vespignani, Virginio; Valsoldo, Giovanni Antonio; Paolo Romano (Paolo di Mariano di Tuccio Taccone); Longhi, Martino (the Elder); Cati, Pasquale; Sale, Nicola; Umbrian, 15th century; Gherardi, Antonio (Reatino); Domenichino
Medieval: Architecture, mosaics, cosmati style flooring
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, stucco, coffers
The first church dedicated to the Virgin Mary, perhaps the most ancient church in Rome. Foundation traditionally dated to reign of Pope San Callisto I, between 217-222. Built probably more likely during reign of Pope San Giulio I, between 337-352. Reconstructions under Innocenzo II (1130-1143) did not alter church much. Worst restoration was done in 19th century.
Box 300-301

S. Maria in Vallicella

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Physical Description: 191.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Fausto Rughesi; Pietro da Cortona
Views of 16th church's facade by Fausto Rughesi(1605). Views of interior nave, altars, sacristy, and collection in private rooms. Extensive coverage of frescoes and paintings. Three views of an embroidery with a depiction of the Assumption of the Virgin.
General Notes: Views of Oratorio dei Filippini are filed separately, but retain H-numbers within this monument's numerical sequence.
Box 301

S. Maria in Vescovio

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Physical Description: 46.0 items
Box 302

S. Maria in Via Lata

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Physical Description: 26.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Byzantine, 11th century; Fancelli, Cosimo; Brandi, Giacinto; Tenerani, Pietro; Pietro da Cortona
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco, stucco coffers
Object Notes: Although entirely Baroque, the church is located on the site of an ancient church dating before the 11th century. Pietro da Cortona executed the facade in 1662, showing the influence of Borromini.
Box 298

S. Maria sopra Minerva

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger); Lippi, Filippino; Michelangelo
Medieval: 13th century gothic architecture (b. 1280) . Post-medieval: 19th century architectural restoration, "il Redentore" by Michelangelo, tombs, painting on panel, paintings on canvas, fresco
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Roma e Dintorni, 1977, pp 182-185
Box 302

S. Martino ai Monti

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Physical Description: 30.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Views of crypt: sculpture, painting, frescoes, mosaics
Box 302

S. Nicola da Tolentino

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Physical Description: 45.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Ferrata, Ercole; Gaulli, Giovanni Battista; Coli, Giovanni; Gherardi, Filippo (Sancasciani); Guidi, Domenico; Pietro da Cortona; Ferri, Ciro; Algardi, Alessandro; Fancelli, Cosimo; Savona; Raggi, Antonio; Scalzi, Agostinianzi; Baratta, Giovanni Maria (the Elder)
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, frescoes, stucco, coffers
Object Notes: Built in 1599 by the Augustines, renovated and enlarged in 1654 by Baratta. On via Barberini.
Box 302

S. Nicola dei Prefetti

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Physical Description: 20.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Triga, G.; Ferrari, F.; Carracci; Pasqualoni, A.
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculptural relief, sculpture, painting, fresco
Object Notes: Originating in the mid 17th century, there is no mention of this church in either TCI or Reklams. On via dei Prefetti.
Box 302

S. Nicola in Carcere

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Physical Description: 26.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Costa, Lorenzo (the Elder); Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio di Benedetto Aquilo); Pisano, Guidotto; Maggiordomo, Anastasio; Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri); Della Porta, Giacomo
Antiquities: Roman columns (spolia),
Medieval: Late Romanesque bell tower, architecture . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, frescoes, coffers, stucco. 16th century facade (1599) by Giacomo della Porta. Remodeled in 17th and 19th centuries.
Box 303

S. Onofrio

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Physical Description: 71.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Ridolfi, Claudio; Domenichino; Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio di Benedetto Aquilo); Ricci, Giovanni Battista; Carracci, Agostino; Bregno, Antonio; Baglione, Giovanni; School of Umbria; Roman school; Trevisani, Francesco; Peruzzi, Baldassare; Giuseppe de Fabris; Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino); B. Nicola da Forca Palena
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, architectural sculpture, painting, frescoes.
Object Notes: Erected in 1419 by Forca Palena, in style of Quattrocento. In the convent, Torquato Tasso died in 1595 on the vigil of his coronation on the Campidoglio. Located in Gianicolo.
Box 304-308

S. Paolo

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Physical Description: 799.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: Basilica
Artist Name: Nicola di Angelo; Vassalletto, Pietro; Street, G.E.; Breck, George; Burne-Jones, Sir Edward
Antiquities: Architectural sculpture fragments, tomb sculpture fragments, sculpture fragments
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture fragments, tomb sculpture fragments, sculptural fragments, inscribed tomb markers, sculpture, fresco painting, mosaics
General Notes: the "tomb markers" need to be sorted and catalogued
Box 303

S. Passera

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Physical Description: 37.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Views of lunette relief and gravestone.
Exterior views of apse, flank and facade of 13th c. church, built on top of 8th c. church, now a catacomb. Interior views of altar with detail views of 14th c. apse frescos.
Box 303

S. Pietro in Vincoli

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Physical Description: 20.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Michelangelo
Views of central nave, apse fresco, throne. Detail views of Michelangelo's Moses.
Box 303

S. Prassede

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Physical Description: 52.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (exterior and interior), architectural sculpture, sculptural fragments, tomb sculpture, frescoes, mosaics . Post-medieval: Architecture (interior), architectural sculpture, frescoes
General Notes: No information sheet provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Roma e Dintorni, 360-2. Actual church built in 822 by Pasquale I. Renovated in 15th, 17th, 19th centuries. Mosaics and frescoes of 9th century, frescoes of the 17th century.
Box 308-309

S. Pudenziana

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Physical Description: 150.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Francesco da Volterra; Manno, Antonio; Tamburini, Achille; Baldi, Lazzaro; Gimignani, Giacinto; Nocchi, Bernardino; Maderno, Carlo; Della Porta, Giovanni Battista; Valsoldo, Giovanni Antonio; Zuccaro, Federico; Olivieri, Pier Paolo; Mari, Giovanni Antonio; Pomarancio (Niccolo Circignani)
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculptural fragments, frescoes, mosaics.Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, frescoes, painting, stucco, mosaics.
Object Notes: Tradition states that the church (on via Urbana) rests on the site of the house of the Roman senator Pudente, who gave shelter to S. Peter during his sojourn in Rome. Excavations reveal a 2nd century AD structure. 18th century facade. 4th century mosaic, "Triumphant Christ Enthroned"
Box 309

S. Rita

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Physical Description: 1.0 item
Box 310

S. Sabina

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Zuccaro, Taddeo; Odazzi, Giovanni
Antiquities: spolia used throughout church, sarcophagus, sculpture fragments
Medieval: 5th century architecture (422-432), wooden door, mosaic with dedicatory inscription, 9th century iconostasis, ambo. Post-medieval: 16th century frescos
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Roma e Dintorni, 1977, pp 433-35
Box 310

S. Salvatore in Lauro

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Physical Description: 63.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sassi, Ludovico Rusconi; Rainaldi, Rinaldo; Guglielmetti, Cam.; Bizzaccheri, Carlo Francesco; Ghezzi, Giuseppe; Turchi, Alessandro; Pietro da Cortona; Asprucci, Antonio; Pacetti, Vicenzo; Gramatica, Antiveduto; Salviati, Francesco; Salvi, Nicola; Rossi, Vicenzo di Raffaello de'; Sansovino, Jacopo (Jacopo d'Antonio Tatti); Isaia da Pisa; Mascherino, Ottaviano
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting
Object Notes: Founded in 12th century; remodeled in 15th century; destroyed in fire in 1591. Reconstruction initiated three years later by Mascherino. In 1669, church was acquired by confraternity of the Piceni. In 1727, building was under direction of Sassi.
Box 310-311

S. Sebastiano ad Catacumbas

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Physical Description: 89.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Vasanzio, Giovanni; Barigioni, Filippo; Specchi, Alberto; Maratti, Carlo; Fontana, Carlo; Ghezzi, Pier Leone; Papaleo, Francesco; Cordier, Nicolas; Ferri, Ciro; Giorgetti, Antonio; Muziano, Girolamo; Italian, 17th century; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Ponzio, Flaminio
Medieval: Fresco paintings from chapel of Onorio III, "Sebastiano ad Catacumbas" (13th century, c. 1216-1227) . Post-medieval: 17th century architecture (1609, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco painting, stucco. On via Appia.
General Notes: Missing 15-17, and 38-41. 94 prints total according to H.
Box 311

S. Spirito in Sassia

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Physical Description: 29.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Mascherino, Ottaviano; Pontelli, Baccio; Pino, Marco; Ruviale, Francesco; Zucchi, Jacopo; Agresti, Livio (Ricciutello); Nogari, Paris; Valeriani, Giuseppe; Abbatini, Guidubaldo; Venusti, Marcello; Del Duca, Giacomo; Nebbia, Cesare; Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger)
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, frescoes, stucco, coffers.
Object Notes: Medieval building on this foundation was venerated by Saxon pilgrims (from which it derives its name) arriving from Great Britain. Church was almost completed in 1544; facade was added about 1585 by Mascherino. Located on Borgo San Spirito.
Box 311

S. Stefano del Cacco

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Physical Description: 68.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Perino del Vaga; Baglione, Giovanni; Odazzi, Giovanni; Vecchi, Giovanni dei; Casolani, Cristofano
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting, frescoes, reliquary objects, high reliefs, iconostasis (15th century). Minor church found in vicinity of Piazza Argentina. Small basilica of early middle ages, enclosed by Baroque palaces. basilica of early middle ages, enclosed by Baroque palaces. Oratorium, small museum with Roman and early medieval sculpture of 9th century basilica is found. Photos show restoration process of retrieved statues from copper iconostasis which was stolen about 40 years ago and rediscovered in the early 1960's.
Box 311-312

S. Stefano Rotondo

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Physical Description: 132.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Alberti, Leon Battista; Tempesta, Antonio; Roncalli, Cristofano
Antiquities: Sculpture
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, fresco painting, sculpture, architectural fragments, sculptural fragments . Post-medieval: Sculpture, fresco painting, painting, architectural sculpture
Object Notes: Called the "second Pantheon of Rome", this church dates from the 5th century A.D. Alberti worked on the restoration in the 15th century. These photographs date from March, 1984.
Box 313

S. Susanna

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Physical Description: 41.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Valsoldo, Giovanni Antonio; Vacca, Flaminio; Croce, Baldassare (il Baldassarino); Laureti, Tommaso (Siciliano); Maderno, Stefano; Maderno, Carlo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco, stucco, coffers
Object Notes: Counter-reformation church. All photos were taken between 1960-70, and Hutzel notes that it is necessary to take new photography since much has been restored since then, especially the facade.
Box 313

S. Tommaso di Canterbury

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

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Artist Name: Camporese, Pietro (the Younger); Poletti, Luigi; Vespignani, Virginio
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
Object Notes: Constructed in the 8th century, renovated in 1575 by Cardinal of Norfolk and later in 1869 by Camporese; after his death, by Poletti and Vespignani in 1873. Vespignani portals in Romanesque style. Taken from via di Monserrato sequence.
Box 313

S. Urbano

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Physical Description: 30.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Exterior views of ancient temple adapted to church; sarcophagi, altar, fragments.
Interior views of 11th c. frescoes, crest of Urbano III, ceiling, crucifix (Medieval core collection)
Box 313

S. Vitale

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino); Dughet, Gaspard; Pozzo, Andrea
Medieval: 5th century architecture (b. 402). Post-medieval: interior decoration (design?) c. 1475, 16th century fresco cycle (story of saints and martyrs), detail of wooden door
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI Roma e Dintorni, 1977, p 326
Box 265

Scala Santa

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Physical Description: 37.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Jacometti, Ignazio; Ricci, Giovanni Battista; Stella, Giacomo; Nogari, Paris; Lilio, Andrea; Bril, Paul; Baglione, Giovanni; Fontana, Domenico
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco.
Object Notes: Location near S. Giovanni in Laterno, it is also known as "Sancta Sanctorum". Staircase was carried to Rome by Saint Helen, mother of Constantine. 28 steps, which are climbed up by pilgrims on their knees.
Box 265

Sedia del Diavolo

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Roman architecture, sepulchral monument, stucco work
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Roma e Dintorni, 1979, p. 319
Box 269

SS. Ambrogio e Carlo al Corso

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Physical Description: 77.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Longhi, Martino (the Younger); Pietro da Cortona; Brandi, Giacinto; Maratti, Carlo; Menicucci, Giovanni Battista; Maria da Canepina; Bazzani, Cesare; Courtois, Jacques; Mola, Pier Francesco; Tom. della Porta (the Younger); Maccagnani, Eugenio; Galli, Guido; Lebrun, Andre Jean; Longhi, Onorio
Antiquities: Archaeological fragments
Medieval: Frescoes . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, mosaics, coffers, painting, frescoes
Object Notes: The church of the Lombard residents in Rome, dedicated to S. Ambrogio, following dedication of S. Carlo Borromeo. Ambulatory, based on Duomo in Milan, is only one left remaining in Rome today.
Box 270

Ss. Andrea e Claudio

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Physical Description: 24.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Derizet, Antoine; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting
Object Notes: 18th century Baroque church by Frenchman Derizet.
Box 271

SS. Apostoli

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Dom. Muratori; Baciccia
Interior views only of 18th c. church of 6th c. origins. Views of nave and pilasters, apse and ceiling frescoes, cupola and Cappella del Crocifisso.
Box 276

Ss. Celso e Giuliano

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Physical Description: 34.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Roman School (17th century; Italian, 15th century; Batoni, Pompeo; C. De Dominicis
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, stucco, tomb sculpture (sarcophagus).
Object Notes: Built in the 17th century over the ruins of church from the 5th century. First church was dedicated by Pope Celestino I. This church built under Pope Clemente XII.
Box 276

Ss. Cosma e Damiano

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Physical Description: 31.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Allegrini, Francesco; Montagna, Marco Tullio; Castelli, Domenico; Baglione, Giovanni; Spadarini, Antonio (Spadarino); Arrigucci, L.
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, mosaics, fresco painting. Views of Basilica and chapels. Post-medieval: Painting, fresco painting, stucco, architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, woodworking.
Object Notes: Along the via dei Fori Imperiali, entrance to church which Pope Felice IV (for whom it was called "Basilica of the Blessed Felicis") obtained in 527 as counsel-hall of the Foro della Pace, now remembered as the setting of the Biblioteca Pacis. Renovated in 1632 by design of Arrigucci.
Accompanying Material: Hutzel sent illustrated guidebook in Italian on site and illustrated guidebook of the 18th century Neapolitan manger contained in the basilica. Housed in Center Library.
Box 281

SS. Domenico e Sisto

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Physical Description: 47.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Giacomo della Porta; Nicola Torriani; Orozio Torriani; Vincenzo della Greca; Dom. Maria Canuti; Enrico Haffner; Antonio Raggi; Pier Franceso Mola; Bernini; Benozzo Gozzoli; Franc. Allegrini; Fr. Romanelli
Several views of 17th c. church facade, with detail views of portal, niche statues, and tympanum. Interior views of altars, ceiling fresco, paintings in choir and elsewhere, sacristy door, and sculpture.
General Notes: Eight views of Pontificio Ateneo Angelicum to right of church extracted and filed as separate monument.
Box 288

SS. Giovanni e Paolo

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Physical Description: 166.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Conca, Tommaso; Piastrini, Domenico; Triga, Giacomo; Garagni, Andrea; Bracci, Pietro; Benefial, Marco; Cochetti, Luigi; Grandi, Francesco; Pomarancio (Niccolo Circignani); Canevari, Giovanni Battista; Ferrari, Francesco; Byzantine 1255; Barbieri, Pietro Andrea
Antiquities: Views of basement level remains of roman palazzo with second and third century frescoes decorating former triclinium, tablinium, ninfeo, and oratorium. Sarcophagus and fragments in cloister garden.
Views of basement level christian tomb (confessio) with frescoes and of oratory with altar. Views of apse frescoes in current, ground level basilica, paintings from cappella di S. Paolo alla Croce, and collection of papal portraits from the octagonal vestibule preceding sacristy. Views of sculpture in cloister garden.
Object Notes: Church museum has separate file and record.
Box 289-290

SS. Giovanni e Paolo, Museum

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Physical Description: 240.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: Museum
Antiquities: Ceramic fragments, sculptural fragments, architectural fragments
Medieval: Ceramic fragments, sculptural fragments, fresco fragments, inscribed tomb markers. Houses one of the best collections of Malagan medieval ceramics for casting wall monuments, copies of which are housed in campanile.
Object Notes: Basilica has separate record and is filed separately.
Accompanying Material: museum handbook
Box 295

Ss. Marcellino e Pietro

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Physical Description: 26.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Carimini, Luca; Theodoli, Girolamo; Lapis, Gaetano
Medieval: Sculptural relief . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting.
Object Notes: Of remote origins (4th century?), it was reconstructed in 1751 by Theodoli.
Box 302

SS. Nereo e Achilleo

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Physical Description: 43.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Pomarancio (Cristoforo Roncalli); Italian, 8th century; Italian, 9th century; Italian, 15th century; Italian, 16th century
Medieval: Architecture, architectural fragments, sculpture, mosaics, intarsia . Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture, painting, fresco, tapestries
Object Notes: Located on via delle Terme di Caracalla. Church dates from 4th century, actual church today conserves restorations of 8th and 9th centuries, and the later and larger restoration of the 15th century. In the 16th century, Cardinal Baronio stipulated in his will that things should remain unchanged in the design of the church. Mosaics in the apse are creation of late Byzantine during pontificate of Leone III (795-816).
Box 309

SS. Quattro Coronati

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Physical Description: 72.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Raffaellino del Colle; Giovanni di S. Giovanni; Giovanni Baglioni; Enrico di Portogallo
Exterior and cloister views of 12th c. church stored in Medieval section. Interior views of nave, altar, apse fresco, ciborium, holy water font, wall paintings. Many views of 13th c. frescoes in Oratorio di S. Silvestro and several views of the adjoining chapel.
General Notes: Views of Oratorio frescoes processed by Paintings section now stored with Hutzel collection.
Box 313

Stimmate di San Francesco

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Physical Description: 130.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Contini, Giovanni Battista; Canevari, Antonio; Trevisani, Francesco; Brandi, Giacinto; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Canova, Antonio; Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino); Roncalli, Cristofano; Guidetti, Guidetto
Baroque church built over an early Roman church; crypt of church still in existence. Views of sculpture, stucco, painting, fresco, gilding.
Box 314

Tomb of the Pancrattii

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Physical Description: 26.0 items
Box 314

Tomb of the Valerii

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Physical Description: 53.0 items
Box 315

Trinita degli Spagnoli

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Physical Description: 31.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Guglielmi, Gregorio; Casali, Andrea; Ant. Velazquez; Giaquinto, Corrado; Benefial, Marco; Eman. Rodriguez dos Santos
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, frescoes, stucco, coffers.
Object Notes: Constructed between 1741-6 by Rodriguez dos Santos. On via Condotti.
Box 314

via del Portico di Ottavia

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Views of Portico di Ottavia (146-23 B.C.); details of Roman reliefs decorating casa di Lorenzo di Manilio
Exterior views of casa di Lorenzo Manilio; portal of unidentified house
Box 314

via del Teatro di Marcello

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Physical Description: 21.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: One view of Temple of Apollo Sosianus
Views of the street and buildings on it, including S. Nicola in Carcere, S. Rita, and Teatro di Marcello.
Box 314

via della Tribuna di Campitelli

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of exterior doors and windows of unidentified buildings on the street.
Box 314

Via di Monserrato

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Street views of unidentified buildings, portals and architectural details, with two views of S. Giovanni in Ayno, now a residence, and one of Piazza de' Ricci.
Box 314

Via Giulia

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Physical Description: 18.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of unidentified churches, portals, building facades. Three views of facade of S. Filippo Neri. One view of facade of Spirito Santo dei Napoletani, a 16th c. church restored in 1700 by Carlo Fontana and in 1853 by Antonio Cipolla.
General Notes: Some of the views may be of monuments on Via di Monserrato.
 

Villa Borghese

Box 263

Casino Borghese

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Physical Description: 35.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: Galleria Borghese and Museo Borghese
Artist Name: G. Lor Bernini; Lanfranco; Pinturicchio; Santi Tito; Ant. de Maron
General views of the park gardens, views of the facade of Casino Borghese, and views of the interior museum and gallery, with several views of Bernini's "Il Ratto di Proserpina."
 

S. Maria di Galeria

Box 316

S. Maria in Celsano

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Physical Description: 33.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of facade and portal; interior views of main altar with byzantine painting, side altars; frescoes by the school of Antoniazzo Romano; and holy water stoups.
 

San Gregorio da Sassola

Box 316

Castello Brancaccio

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Physical Description: 32.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture. Medieval castle with drawbridge almost completely restored. Gothic architectural decoration and sculpture.
General Notes: 2 sets of duplicate photos with one set of negatives (from the latest shipment).
 

Santa Severa

Box 317

Castello

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Physical Description: 61.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Roman sculpture and inscriptions; excavation in progress of ancient site adjacent to the castle.
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, frescoes. This site, including 3 sets of walls which encircle the castle and the surrounding town, was inhabited as early as the 7th century B.C. This site was first recorded as being used as a fortress in 1068, and through successive rebuildings has retained the form of the castle.
Object Notes: One print has extra negative.
 

Sasso

Box 318

General views

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. Views of various monuments within the city.
Box 318

Palazzo Baronale

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture. The palazzo houses some fragments of ancient and medieval sculpture.
Object Notes: 2 prints with extra negatives.
Box 318

Piazza S. Croce

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. Piazza paved with tiles of porphyry.
Object Notes: This site has extra negatives for some prints as well as negatives without any prints at all.
Box 318

S. Croce

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting, fresoes. The interior of the church is decorated with trompe-l'oeil architectural niches in which are placed frescoes deicting the Virgin and various saints.
Object Notes: 3 prints have extra negatives.
 

Segni

Box 318

General Views

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture
Box 318

Palazzo Baronale

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Physical Description: 35.0 items
Box 318

Piazza S. Croce

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Physical Description: 5.0 items
Box 318

S. Croce

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Physical Description: 3.0 items
 

Roma

 

Subiaco

Box 326

General views

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Physical Description: 8.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General views of the town, including specific views of Ponte di S. Francesco, also known as Ponte Romano; Arco di Pio VI, and (in NNPs) views of two unidentified churches, one of which may be S. Pietro, and an unidentified palazzo.
General Notes: Prints taken from Rocca Abbaziale sequence.
Box 326

Madonna del Crocefisso

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Physical Description: 31.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Two exterior views of very simple 12th c. church. Interior views of nave and altar, with most views of 15th c. frescoes.
 

Monastery of S. Scolastica

Box 326-327

Archaeological Museum

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Physical Description: 156.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Views of antiquities in museum, including sarcophagi, plates, vases, coins.
General Notes: Hutzel guide says we have negatives, but we cannot find them.
Box 327

First cloister

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of the Renaissance cloister.
Box 328

Monastic church

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Physical Description: 93.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: G. Quarenghi; Vincenzo Manenti; Marcello da Piacenza; Pompeo de Ferrari
Exterior views (in Medieval core collection). Views of 18th c. renovated interior, including nave, altar, ceiling, organ, chapels, paintings, choir, sacristy, refectory. Detail views of 15th c. frescoes in the Grotte di S. Scolastica.
Box 327

Second cloister

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Sarcophagus and other antiquities.
Gothic portal (Medieval core collection)
Views of frescoes in the cloister corridor.
Box 327

Third cloister

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Physical Description: 17.0 items

Scope and Content Note

ARchitecture (medieval core collection). Views of frescoes.
Box 326

Rocca Abbaziale

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Physical Description: 124.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Distant and close range exterior views of castle, portals, papal crests. Interior views of entry hall, chapel, Appartamento dei Colonna, Appartamento di Pio VI, and Camara di Pio VI, with many detail views of ceiling and wall frescoes.
General Notes: Views 1-7 extracted and filed separately under General views.
Box 329

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 106.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Rheatinus; Giulio Romano; Antoniazzo Romano; Pinturicchio; Charles Duran
Exterior views of 14th c. church portals, facade and cloister. Interior views of simple francescan nave, altars, chapels, and refectory, with comprehensive coverage of panel paintings and frescoes.
Box 329

S. Maria della Valle

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Carlo Colombi; Vincenzo Manenti
Views of 18th c. two-story facade, interior nave and altar, panel paintings, painted wood sculptures from 12th and 16th c. Hutzel lists main altar painting as Maltese Madonna, but this is not in TCI.
Box 328-329

Sacro Speco

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Physical Description: 138.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views (Medieval core collection). Interior views of monument, with extensive coverage of 14th c. frescoes of the Sienese school in the upper church and many views of the rock cut chapels of the lower church, including Sacro Speco, where young S. Benedetto lived for three years in solitude; Cappella di S. Gregorio Magno, adorned with 13th c. Byzantine frescoes; Scala Santa and Cappella della Madonna, both decorated with Sienese school frescoes, and Grotta dei Pastori, with 8th c. Byzantine fresco. _
 

Tivoli

Box 335

Villa d'Este

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Sculpture. Roman sarcophagi and statue.
Medieval: Sculpture. gisant . Post-medieval: 16th c. architecture (1550), on the site of a Benedictine monastery, was constructed by Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este
 

Trevignano Romano

Box 335

Assunta

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Nicolo di Pietro Paolo
Antiquities: Roman tablet fragment
Three exterior views of 16th c. church. Interior views of nave and altar, with detail views of apse fresco. View of side altar fresco and Pieta sculpture, a tryptych, edicola, holy water stoop, baptismal.
Box 335

General views

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

View of town on river; views of rocca ruins, views (negs only) of unidentified chapel.
 

Valmontone

Box 338

Collegiata dell'Assunta

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: De' Rossi, Mattia
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting. This structure, formerly a family chapel next to the Palazzo Doria, was constructed by Mattia De Rossi (1685-89). The facade consists of a concave colonnade flanked by two campanili, and the building is surmounted by an elliptical dome. To the left of the main altar is a painting of the Nativity, dating to the end of the 16th century.
Box 338

General views

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture. Views of buildings and fountain in the city.
 

Velletri

Box 340-342

Museo Capitolare

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Physical Description: 358.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Conca, Sebastiano; Pietro da Cortona; Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio di Benedetto Aquilo); Bicci di Lorenzo; Francesco da Siena; Bolognese School; French School
Medieval: Breviaries (two, 14-15th century); "The Passion" on vellum (French school, late 13th century); reliquaries. Post-medieval: Paintings, frescoes, vestments, sculpture, metalwork, panel painting
Object Notes: Bibliographic material housed in Center library. Hutzel photo campaign dates: one undated, another November 9, 1985. It is likely that notes for the Pinacoteca Cattedrale (no separate Hutzel entry) describe items under this heading. TCI seems to indicate that the Museo Capitolare is adjacent to the cathedral. As well, some prints are missing; the initial Hutzel entry indicates that there are 422 prints. At this count, I can find 142.
Box 342-343

Museo Civico di Velletri

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Physical Description: 288.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Roman;statue of Athena, male and female sculpture fragments- heads, torsos, marble cinerary urn; cippi with inscriptions inscriptions, altars, sarcofagi, sarcofagus with scenes of the feats of Herakles. Etruscan; votive objects, heads, legs feet, eyes, uterus, intestine ?, animals; bronze objects Architectural sculpture and fragments; relief of procession pottery fragments, lamps; brickstamps.
Medieval: Marble tondo of the depositon, early christian sarcophagus.
Object Notes: The Museo Civico is housed in the Palazzo Comunale. There are two Hutzel photo campaign notes, one undated and the other November 9, 1985.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: Museo Civico di Velletri, TCI, Lazio, 1981, p. 680
Box 340

Palazzo Comunale

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Porta, Giacomo della; Vignola, Giacomo Barozzi; Barigioni, Filippo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (16th, 18th century)
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 9, 1982. Negatives are missing.
Box 344

S. Clemente, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 203.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Traiano da Palestrina
Medieval: Architecture (4th c., rebuilt c. 1300, reconstructed 1659-62); architectural sculpture and mosaic (13th century); Roman urn (1-2nd c. A.D.); wall painting; includes reused Roman and 8-11th century fragments). Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, frescoes, sculpture
Object Notes: Bibliographic material housed in Center library. Hutzel photo campaign date: October 30, 1982. There was another photo campaign previous to 1982, possibly 1962. There is one set of prints and a second "A" set with the same numbers and ideally the negatives would correspond to each set; however, they are commingled to a certain extent (particularly the later numbers of those in the Medieval core collection, whose print sequence fits into the "A" set, but whose negatives are filed under the other set).
Box 345

S. Maria del Sangue

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture (15th century), interior, painting. Octogonal building.
Object Notes: Bibliographic material housed in Center library. Missing negatives.
Box 345

S. Michele

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Pietro da Cortona
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, interior, painting, frescoes (14th century)
Object Notes: Bibliographic material housed in Center library
Box 340

Torre del Trivio

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (1353)
Object Notes: Bibliographic material housed in Center library
 

Vicovaro

Box 347

Misc. views

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Physical Description: 17.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Sculpture. Fragments of ancient sculpture.
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture. Gothic-arched doorways and windows with sculptural decoration. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture.
Box 347

S. Antonio Abate

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Architectural sculpture. Four roman columns with decorated capitals support a portico along the side of the church.
Medieval: Architecture. Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting, tapestry. Within one side altar of the church is placed a Crucifix with two accompanying angels. In another side altar is a wooden statue of S. Anthony.
Box 347

S. Cosimato

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Physical Description: 39.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Fragments of architectural sculpture.
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting. Rock-cut church with wall paintings and statue of S. Cosimato. A Crucifix is placed above the main altar, and directly below it is a tabernacle in the form of a tempietto. Frescoes cover the walls and vaults of the side chapels, and in one of the chapels is placed an altar of marble decorated with the Lamb of God and the symbols of the four Evangelists.
Box 348

S. Giacomo

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Physical Description: 47.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Domenico da Capodistria; Giovanni Dalmata
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, tabernacle, sculpture. S. Giacomo was started in 1454 by Domenico di Capodistria, and the upper registers were probably completed by Giovanni Dalmata in 1465. The structure is of octagonal plan, with elaborate architectural sculpture on the exterior of the building: the portal decoration is particularly rich in detail. To each side of the door are rows of niches with statues of saints. Directly above the door is the dedicatory inscription and in the lunette of the portal is a bas-relief of the Madonna and Child to whom Ss. Peter and James are presenting two members of the Orsini family. In a semi-circle around the lunette are four angels with the dove of the Holy Spirit, which is flanked by two roundels depicting the Annunciation, the angel Gabriel and the Virgin, and surmounting the portal in a triangular pediment are the coat-of-arms of the Orsini family.
Box 348

S. Maria delle Grazie

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: S. Maria delle Grazie
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting. The church, located near cemetery, is in a state of disrepair. On the interior, a fragment of a fresco of the Crucifixion remains, as well as stucco ornamentation above the main altar, and a few paintings of saints along the walls.
Object Notes: Church not found in TCI.
Box 348

S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Theodoli, Girolamo
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, sculpture. S. Pietro is a baroque construction built by Girolamo Theodoli (1755).
Box 348

S. Salvatore

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting. Main altar contains a statue of the Madonna and Child. Also on the main altar is a painting of Christ blessing, with a frame in the form of a tempietto. On a side altar is placed a votive statue of the Madonna.
Object Notes: Church not mentioned in TCI.
 

Zagarolo

Box 363

Casa Comunale

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, including ancient fragments
Box 363

Chiesa dell'Annunziata

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture (1592) with ancient fragments incorporated into design, architectural sculpture
Box 363

Palazzo Colonna

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Fragments of architectural sculpture, sarcophagi
Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture
Box 363

Piazza G. Marconi

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Maderno, Carlo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, and sculpture (16th century)
Box 363

Porta S. Martino

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 17th century architecture, architectural sculpture and sculpture, including incorporated Roman fragments
Box 363

S. Lorenzo, Collegiata

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Vignola (Giacomo Barozzi)
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, clock
 

Rome

Box 262

Palazzo Mattei di Giove

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Physical Description: 69.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bonzi, Pietro Paolo; Maderno, Carlo; Tempesta, Antonio; Giovanni da Siena; Pietro da Cortona; Pomarancio (Niccolo Circignani) or (Antonio Circignani); Albani, Francesco; Lanfranco, Giovanni
Antiquities: Roman sculptural and architectural fragments.
Post-medieval: Painting, fresco painting, stucco, architecture.
 

Sant'Oreste

Box 317

Palazzo Canali

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Roman frieze fragment with bull decoration, mounted on column
Medieval: Carved wooden cross decorated with scenes from Old and New Testaments (13th century), either brought from Byzantium or made locally . Post-medieval: Architecture, 16th century (1589)
Box 317

S. Maria Hospitalis

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Roman inscription
Medieval: Architecture, 14th century (probably) with earlier sculpted fragments incorporated; altar tables with 6-7th (?) century decoration . Post-medieval: Frescos: Coronation of the Virgin (1500's); Madonna and Child (influence of Piero della Francesca)
Box 317

S. Silvestro

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Physical Description: 38.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: 6th century church with the original structure and some Carolingian framework largely intact (partially in ruins); carved altar, columns, and capitals; frescos
 

Sermoneta

Box 319

Madonna del Monte

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (15th century)
Box 319

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 69.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Angelus Guerra Anagninus
Medieval: Architecture (13-16th century); fresco (13th century) . Post-medieval: Altar, wood (late Baroque), wall painting (15th century), sculpture
Box 320

S. Michele Arcangelo

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Physical Description: 30.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Siciolante, Girolamo (Girolamo da Sermoneta)
Post-medieval: Interior architecture (11th century) painting, frescoes,
General Notes: No documentation provided for this site
 

Tivoli

 

Marcellina

Box 237

S. Maria in Monte Dominici

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Physical Description: 37.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, fresco paintings, sculpture, architectural fragments, sculptural fragments, architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: Sculpture, fresco painting
Object Notes: Marcellina is traced back to 11th century at church of S. Maria in Monte Dominici, taking its name from the family De Marcellis. The church was restored in 1950.
Box 335

General views

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Physical Description: 29.0 items
 

Tuscania

Box 336

S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 44.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: School of Viterbo, 15th century; Barocci, Federico
Post-medieval: 14th century architecture, completely renovated in the 18th century; Renaissance architectural sculpture and tabernacle; frescos; paintings on canvas
 

Vatican City

Box 339

Casino di Pio IV

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Physical Description: 61.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views including the piazza, fountain and facade of il grande Casino and il piccolo Casino; interior views of fountains, statues, mosaics, a cupola and ceiling.
 

Viterbo

 

Acquapendente

Box 166

General views

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General views of town and landscape.
Box 166

S. Sepolcro, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 79.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior and interior views. Marble reliefs by Agostino di Duccio, altarpiece by Beneventano, wooden choir by Mario Tedescho; statues, friezes, views of crypt's columns and capitals.
Box 166

Tower of Julia de Jacopo

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

View of main facade with portal.
 

Bagnaia

Box 180-187

Villa Lante

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Physical Description: 1175.0 items
 

Bagnoregio

Box 188

Porta Albana

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Physical Description: 1.0 item
Box 188

S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 42.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Andrea di Giovanni; Perugino (Pietro di Cristoforo di Vannucci); Orvieto School
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, frescoes (15th century)
General Notes: Two sets of prints made from one set of negatives have been fused into a single numerical sequence that conforms to the Hutzel guide. There is one guide for all monuments in Bagnoregio.
Box 188

S. Andrea

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

View of facade and close view of main portal.
General Notes: Two sets of prints were fused into a single numerical sequence that follows the Hutzel guide.
Box 188

S. Bonaventura

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of nineteenth century church facade and flank.
General Notes: Two sets of prints made from one set of negatives have been fused into a single numerical sequence which follows the Hutzel guide.
Box 188

Ariel views

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Physical Description: 21.0 items
 

Barbarano Romano

Box 188

Chiesa del Carmine

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Exterior views of medieval church with campanile.
General Notes: Not mentioned in TCI, and no dates given by Hutzel.
Box 188

Municipio

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: Museo
Antiquities: Sarcophagi, cippi
Medieval: Architectural sculpture, with re-used ancient fragments. Views of medieval town, including retaining walls and towers.
General Notes: Includes photographs from two separate campaigns
 

Bassano Romano

Box 188

S. Vincenzo, Parish church

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Physical Description: 33.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Timau Arentz
Exterior photos of church facade with details. Interior views include the cupola and the frescoes. They include scenes of S. Vincenzo with the Madonna and of his vision. There is also a Nativity scene. Additionally, there is a marble statue of Christ with the cross in the Michelangelesque manner.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: February 13, 1984.
 

Blera

Box 190

Etruscan Necropolis

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Physical Description: 43.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: 6th-5th centuries BC Etruscan necropolis; tufo tombs cut to resemble houses with tufo cut "furnishings", streets, niches for cinerary urns, bridges, cloacae,
Object Notes: Cross-reference to ancient name BLERA
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Lazio, 1974, pp 235-37
Box 190

S. Maria

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Physical Description: 17.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: S. Maria
Antiquities: Sculpture. Roman sarcophagus used as the base for the main altar.
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, stucco decoration, painting. S. Maria is the cathedral church of the local diocese. The facade is adorned with a portal dating to 1507. Beneath the church, in the crypt, are vaults covered with stucco decoration.
 

Bolsena

Box 191

Castle

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

There are distant and close-range exterior views of the castle, with one view of the courtyard leading to the Museo Comunale, which is housed in the castle.
Box 191

Fontana Farnese

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Close-range and medium-range views of the fountain.
Box 191

General views

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Physical Description: 30.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Etruscan wall
Medieval: Borgo Medievale . Views of the medieval quarter of the city, including neighborhoods, portals, and the walkway leading to the castle and rooftops.
Box 191

Museo Comunale

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Physical Description: 30.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Roman cippi, sarcophagus with Bacanalia scene
Museo Comunale housed in Castle. Coverage of the etruscan and roman objects in Museo collection.
General Notes: Hutzel assigned #s 36 - 65, placing it within the previous number series for General Views.
Box 191-193

Palazzo del Drago

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Physical Description: 352.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Mosca, Simone; Tibaldi, Pellegrino; Perin del Vaga; Raffaele da Montelupo
Antiquities: cippi, inscriptions, portraits (Trajan), architectural fragments
Post-medieval: frescoes, tapestries, paintings on canvas . Extensive coverage of exterior, including views of portals and portal details, terrace, and collection of antiquities displayed on terrace. Detailed coverage of palazzo interior, including views of frescoes, statuary, paintings, and architectural details.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Lazio, 1981, p. 345
Box 191

Piazza Matteotti

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

General views of the piazza. A print corresponding to two of the negatives is stored in Medieval.
Box 191

Porta Sangallo

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of the front of the Porta.
Box 191

Portale Cardinale Tiberio Crispi

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Close-range view of portale.
Box 193

S. Cristina

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Physical Description: 58.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Buglioni, Francesco; Buglioni, Benedetto; Vespignani, Virginio; Cavalli, Alberto; Mattei, Tommasso; Robbia, Giovanni della; Trevisani, Francesco
Antiquities: Roman sarcophagus and architectural fragments displayed in the lapidarium. The grotto of S. Cristina is housed within a supposed temple to Apollo.
Medieval: 11th century nave (consecrated 1077), 9th century ciborium in crypt with Roman spolia, 13th century campanile . Post-medieval: Renaissance tripartite facade of 1492-94 built under Leo X, terracotta tympana, frescoes, painting on panel, painting on canvas, polychrome terracotta sculptures, stucco . Coverage is of the exterior and interior of S. Cristina, including the Chapel of the Miracle of Bolsena, the Grotto of S. Cristina, and the Chapel of S. Michael the Archangel.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI. l981, pp. 342-344.
Box 193

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 34.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: 13th century architecture (restored mid-20th century) . Post-medieval: 15th-17th century fresco fragments, sculpted portal (1548) in pietra rossa . Coverage of the exterior, with emphasis on the main portal. Interior views of the (damaged) frescoes, the nave, the crucifix.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Lazio, 1981, p. 342.
 

Bomarzo

Box 194

Palazzo Orsini

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Physical Description: 48.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Pietro da Cortona; Bonifazi, Anton Angelo; Sangallo
Post-medieval: Architecture (15-16th century); frescoes. Views of exterior and interior, with emphasis on frescos.
Box 194

S. Maria, Parish church

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Vignola (Giacomo Barozzi); Torresani, Bartolomeo; Conca, Sebastiano; Perugino (Pietro di Cristoforo di Vannucci)
Post-medieval: Architecture (16th century), frescoes (16th century), antique fragments, sculpture . Coverage is of interior and exterior of church, including paintings, frescoes, architectural details.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI (Lazio) 1981, p.323
 

Canino

Box 196

Collegiata, SS. Andrea e Giovanni Battista

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Physical Description: 47.0 items
Box 196

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 28.0 items
 

Capranica

Box 197

Chiesa della Madonna del Piano

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Physical Description: 20.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Vignola (Giacomo Barozzi); Cozza, Francesco; Carracci, Antonio
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, wooden ceiling decoration. Structure with simple classical facade by Vignola. In the main chapel are frescoes depicting the Nativity, the Death of Mary and the Assumption, all of which are attributed to Francesco Cozza or to Antonio Carracci.
Box 197

General views

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture. Panoramic view of medieval city.
Box 197

portale romanico

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture. This portal (now a part of the Ospedale Civile) dates to the 13th century. The lunette of the portal is adorned with a vine-scroll motif, in which are entwined monstrous half-human/half-animal figures.
Box 197

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 54.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, fresco fragments
Object Notes: Romanesque facade, Gothic structure. Restored by Antonio Munoz in 1927. Interior houses sepulchre of Brothers Francesco and Nicola Anguillara. Frescoes of the 14th-16th centuries are on the walls.
Box 198

S. Giovanni Evangelista

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Physical Description: 20.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval. Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting. This structure was built in the 16th century with modifications made in the 18th century. The exterior decoration consists of the facade (left unfinished) and a campanile dating to the Romanesque period. The interior contains a Tabernacle of Holy Oil, from the Renaissance.
Box 198

S. Maria

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Vespignani, Virginio; Antonio da Viterbo (Il Pastura)
Medieval: Painting. In a side chapel is a painting of Christ Blessing, a work of the Roman school from the 13th century. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting. Neo-classical church by Virginio Vespignani, with a colonnaded facade. On the main altar is a tabernacle of holy oil (1439), and the painting of SS. Terenziano, Rocco and Sebastiano in a side aisle is by the school of Pastura.
Box 198

S. Rocco

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, painting. Small, unadorned church with apse frescoes in bad condition.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name.
Box 198

S. Terenziano

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting, wooden ceiling decoration.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name.
 

Caprarola

Box 198

General views

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture
Box 198-206

Palazzo Farnese

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Physical Description: 1477.0 items
 

Caprarola

Box 206

S. Maria della Consolazione

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Physical Description: 44.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, coffering, woodworking, intaglio, fresco painting, painting.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio, p. 294.
Box 206

S. Teresa

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Physical Description: 43.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Turchi, Alessandro; Reni, Guido; Lanfranco, Giovanni; Rainaldi, Girolamo
Post-medieval: 17th century architecture (1620), architectural sculpture sculpture, woodworking, stucco, painting
 

Carbognano

Box 207

General views

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. General view of the city and of the fountain in the Piazza del Comune.
Box 207

Palazzo Baronale

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. Built in the 16th century by the Farnese family, the palazzo was subsequently passed on to the Sciarra family: the palazzo served as a favorite retreat of Giulia Farnese. The structure has a fortified exterior, with towers and battlements.
Box 207

S. Donato

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. Church in ruins with no roof. The facade has a rose window and a campanile.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name.
Box 207

S. Filippo

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, architectural sculpture. 17th century facade with a painting of S. Filippo on the upper register. The interior contains a coffered ceiling.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name.
Box 207

S. Lucia

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. Small church with houses built up around it.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name.
Box 207

S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. 18th century church with a facade consisting of a porch with 4 colossal columns, surmounted by two campanili
 

Castel Sant'Elia

Box 211-212

S. Elia

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Physical Description: 297.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior photos of views, the facade, the portal and many architeectural details. Interior views of nave, with its carved pulpit with details and its ciborium/baldacchino with details. There are many photos of Byzantine, Romanesque and early Renaissance style paintings. Sculpturally, there are photos of capitals, architectural details and inscriptions.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes: September 9, 1983
 

Civita Castellana

Box 215

Rocca

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Physical Description: 50.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Views of a Roman sarcophagus in negative only.
Exterior views, including the portals and courtyard, and many views of the frescoes adorning the courtyard portico.
Box 215

S. Maria, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: There is one view of the sarcophagus that serves as an altar, the print of which is missing.
Views of the central nave, the altars, and the crypt ciborium.
 

Civita

Box 214

Casa natale di S. Bonaventura

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

View of ruins of house.
General Notes: There is one numerical sequence for Civita, which includes all monumnets. Numbers on prints correspond to this guide. A duplicate of this view is stored in Medieval core collection.
Box 214

Episcopal Palace

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of facade and portal.
General Notes: There is one Hutzel guide for Civita which includes all monuments. Prints correspond to the guides. Duplicates of both prints are stored in Medieval core collection.
Box 214

General views

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Two views of Roman gravestone and one of Roman architectural detail found in parapet.
Distant views of the town and surrounding countryside and views of unidentified buildings and neighborhoods.
General Notes: There is one numerical sequence for all monuments and photos of Civita. Prints correspond to the Hutzel guide. Five duplicates of prints are stored in Medieval core collection and two prints are stored in Medieval core collection only.
Box 214

Palazzo Mazzocchi-Alemanni

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

There are two views of the palace facade, one view of the main portal and one of a window.
General Notes: These prints correspond to the Hutzel guide, which includes all monuments for Civita. Duplicates of these prints are stored in Medieval core collection.
Box 214

Porta di S. Maria

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

There are views of the town portal and the architectural sculpture on it.
General Notes: These prints numbers correspond to the Hutzel guide for Civita, which includes all monuments.
Box 215

S. Donato

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Physical Description: 74.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General Notes: These print numbers correspond to the Hutzel guide, which includes all monuments in Civita in a single numerical sequence. Duplicates of five prints are stored in Medieval core collection; three views are stored only in Medieval.
Box 215

Corchiano

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Physical Description: 28.0 items
Box 215

S. Biagio

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Physical Description: 34.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Antonio da Viterbo (Il Pastura); Lorenzo da Viterbo
Medieval: Early Romanesque architecture (12th century); facade renovated in the 15th century . Post-medieval: Renaissance portal; frescos
Object Notes: Unable to locate negatives for this site
 

Fabrica di Roma

Box 219

Madonna della Pieta

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Physical Description: 29.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (16th century); frescos (15th and 16th century)
Box 219

S. Silvestro, Collegiate church

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Physical Description: 20.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Torresani, Lorenzo; Torresani, Bartolomeo
Post-medieval: Architecture (second half 16th century); frescos; tabernacle
 

Farnese

Box 220

S. Salvatore, Parish church

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Physical Description: 21.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Carracci, Annibale; Panico, Antonio Maria; Gentileschi, Orazio
Medieval: Sculpture; stoup . Post-medieval: Architecture; tabernacle in wood and polychrome marble; paintings on canvas
Object Notes: S. Salvatore
Box 227

General views

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Physical Description: 2.0 items
 

Gallese

Box 228

Cathedral

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Physical Description: 17.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Unterberger, Franz Sebald; Berettini, Vincenzo
Post-medieval: 18th century architecture (1796); paintings on canvas
Box 227

Palazzo Ducale

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Physical Description: 56.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Della Porta, Giacomo; Fontana, Carlo
Post-medieval: Medieval architecture, converted into residential palazzo in the 16th century; architectural sculpture; sculpture
Box 227

Piazza Castello

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Fountain . Post-medieval: Architecture
Box 228

S. Famiano

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Physical Description: 32.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Romanesque architecture . Post-medieval: 15th century frescos and tapestries
 

Gradoli

Box 229

Palazzo Farnese

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Physical Description: 74.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Peruzzi, Baldassare; Sangallo, Antonio da
Exterior views of the palazzo and surrounding area. Extensive photo coverage of the restored interior and its poorly preserved frescoes. Details of wall frescoes, including a mythological frieze and an ornamental frieze. An extensively decorated wooden, coffered ceiling.
 

Ischia di Castro

Box 232

Museo Comunale

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Physical Description: 30.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: Antiquarium
Antiquities: Roman sculpture.
Views of fragments from Rovine di Castro, including architectural sculpture from 8th-9th c. basilica.
General Notes: 19 views stored in Antiquities core collection of vases, sculpture from etruscan necropolis.
Box 232

Necropolis

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Views of Etruscan Necropolis, some of which show the Tomb of Semidadd?, according to Hutzel notes.
Box 232

Palazzo Ducale

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Antonio da Sangallo
Three exterior views of Renaissance palace with portal leading underneath it into medieval quarter. Also known as la Rocca.
Box 232

S. Ermete

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Physical Description: 41.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of facade of early 18th c. church. Interior views of nave and altar, iconostasis, frescos, paintings, baptismal, chalice, reliquary.
 

Montalto di Castro

Box 237

Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, sculpture. The facade of the church is decorated with engaged pillasters and a tympanum, and the interior contains sculpture and paintings in the altars.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name.
 

Montefiascone

Box 238

General views

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

View of an inn sign in the Piazza Roma that reads "Est! Est!! Est!!!," (see TCI, Lazio pp. 335-336 for significance). Views of a portal, restored in 1744, that leads to the oldest part of Montefiascone.
Box 238

S. Flaviano

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Physical Description: 49.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: In the Medieval core collection are views of Etruscan fragments.
Exterior views of the 13th century romanesque church built on top of an older structure: the three gothic arches of the facade are surmounted by a loggia (c. 1500), and a small bell-tower on the left. General views of the two-story interior show the three naves, main altar, frescoes and an architectural structure--vaulting and columns--that date from different periods. Included in the Medieval core collection are details of capitals (11th century), the tombstone of Giovanni Fugger (Defuk or Johannes De Fuk), and 14th century frescoes. All prints in the Hutzel collection are details of frescoes (14th and 15th centuries), including: the Saint Nicholas cycle; various Crucifixions; the Madonna Enthroned; the Annunciation; the Nativity; Pope Urbanus IV; Saints Catherine of Alexandria, Scholastica, Paul, Peter, Bernard, Lucy, Flaviano and others; and the archangel Michael.
Object Notes: Photocampaign date: March 5, 1984. One composite view of the interior is found in the Italy Oversize box in the Medieval core colletion. (Hutzel views: 8,9,10)
General Notes: Until rededicated in the 11th century, San Flaviano was known as Santa Maria.
Box 238

S. Margherita, Duomo

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Physical Description: 40.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sanmicheli, Michele; Fontana, Carlo; Gazola, Paolo; Arnolfo di Cambio,; Robbia, Andrea della; Pomerancio
Exterior views of domed church: facade comprised of a neoclassical portal (1840, by Paolo Gazola), balustrade and flanking bell-towers. Interior views of church built on an octaganal plan with radiating chapels: behind the main altar is a marble statue of the partron saint, St. Margaret; 18th century frescoes in lunette and ceiling of main altar; Madonna and Child and Saints in terracotta by della Robbia; 17th and 18th century altarpieces; wooden crucifixion (16th century); rococo organ-loft (18th century); frescoes by Pomerancio, and marble pilasters, niched saints in the domed ceiling.
Object Notes: Photocampaign date: 4/16/84
Box 238

S. Maria in Monte d'Oro

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Physical Description: 27.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Zuccari, Federico; Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger)
Exterior views of octogonal-plan church built on older Romanesque ruins by Antonio da Sangallo in 1510, and apse (11th century). Interior views of undecorated dome; 15th century fresco of Madonna and Child; fresco of Christ on the Cross by Zuccari; details of damaged frescoes from other altars.
Object Notes: Photocampaign date: 4/16/84
 

Monterosi

Box 239

Chiesa

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, frescoes. Church dates to the 16th century, with a facade surmounted by two campanili. The building is no longer in use and the paintings inside are in bad condition.
 

Nepi

Box 241

general views

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Physical Description: 22.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. Views of various buildings in the city.
Views of characteristic street scenes.
Box 241

Oratorio di S. Biagio

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Physical Description: 89.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Holy water font with Roman spolia
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, portal contains Roman spolia; ambo, altar (1170); cofanetto (12th century). Post-medieval: Frescoes (14-15th century) . Viewsn of damaged frescoes and small crypt.
Box 241

Palazzo Comunale

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sangallo, Antonio da (the Elder) (Antonio Giamberti); Bernini, Gian Lorenzo
Post-medieval: Architecture by Antonio da Sangallo, 18th c. additions. Fountain in the form of a tower attributed to Bernini . Views of the baroque exterior, with detail views of the fountain, and several views of the portico.
Box 241

Palazzo Farnese

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

View of the palazzo exterior.
Box 241

Rocca

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, c. 1450 by Rodrigo Borgia . Views of the exterior of the castle, its walls and portals.
Box 242

S. Maria Assunta

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Physical Description: 35.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Roman sarcohpaghi and sculpture.
Several views of the church exterior, but most coverage is of the interior nave and altars. Some views of Roman sarcophagi and sculpture.
 

Onano

Box 243

Castello

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. The Castello, also called the Palazza Madama, belonged to the Monaldeschi della Cervara family and then to the Sforza family. Pope Pius XII also resided here. The structure, in a state of disrepair, is currently being restored.
Box 243

General views

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. Panorama and general views of the city.
Box 243

S. Giovanni

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. Church with Romanesque style facade and rose window.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name.
Box 243

S. Maria

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. Rustic church with plain facade decorated with arched window.
 

Oriolo Romano

Box 243

Palazzo Baronale

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Physical Description: 17.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture. This structure was built by the Santacroce family and enlarged by the Altieri family after 1674; it is now government property.
Box 243

Piazza

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture. Main piazza with central fountain.
Box 243

S. Anna

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting.
Undocumented Hutzel name.
Box 243

S. Antonio

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, stone inlay. The church of S. Antonio is a foundation of the 16th century.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name.
Box 243

S. Giorgio

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Physical Description: 18.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, lecturn and Paschal candelabra, interior stucco decoration. This church was founded in the 16th century, enlarged in the 17th century, and again remodeled in the 18th century. The building is in the form of a greek cross.
 

Orte

Box 245

Chiesa della Trinita

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Physical Description: 36.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture; fresco: 15th century and later (recently restored)
Box 245

Convento di S. Bernardino

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Physical Description: 28.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture and frescos (16th-17th centuries)
Box 243

General views

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: General views of the Piazza Matteotti and various structures
Box 243

Municipio

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture
Box 245

S. Maria Assunta, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bottani, Giuseppe
Post-medieval: 17th century architecture, architectural sculpture and decoration; 19th century facade; paintings on canvas; furniture
 

S. Silvestro

Box 244-245

Museo Diocesano d'Arte Sacra

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Physical Description: 227.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Taddeo di Bartolo; Francesco da Castello; Vannuccio di viva da Siena; Velandi, Domenico; Antonio da Viterbo (Il Pastura); Tuscan school
Antiquities: Fragments of sculpture
Medieval: Romanesque architecture (12th century), architectural sculpture, 8th century mosaic, paintings on canvas and panel, including 13th century panel with scenes from the life of St. Francis, sculpture, carved wooden coffin, church furnishings. Post-medieval: Paintings on canvas and panel
Accompanying Material: Contains negatives of objects without corresponding prints
 

Ronciglione

Box 315

Castello

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, sculpture. Structure was built in the Middle Ages, and restored in successive periods, retaining the cylindrical towers on the corners.
Box 315

Convento dei Cappuccini

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. Convent dates to 1628.
Box 315

Municipio

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. Situated on the Piazza del Duomo, the Municipio (formerly the Palazzo Apostolico) dates to the 15th century, with the 17th century addition of a clock and campanile above the main doorway.
Box 315

Oratorio

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Physical Description: 20.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bernini, Gian Lorenzo
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, coffered ceiling, wooden crucifix, painting. The Oratorio (also called SS. Rosario) is dated to 1626, and possesses within the altar of the Crucifix 2 marble figures of angels attributed to the school of Bernini.
Box 315

Palazzo di suor Mariangela Virgili

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture. Exterior views of building dating to the 15th century, with details of window and door frames.
Box 315

Panorama

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Panorama of medieval buildings.
Box 315

Piazza del Duomo

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Sculpture. In the center of the piazza is a fountain, decorated with unicorns and Farnesi fleur-de-lis, attributed alternatively to Vignola and to Antonio Gentili da Faenza
Box 315

S. Andrea

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Galasto da Como
Medieval: Architecture, sculpture. The remains of the church date to the 12-13th century. All that is standing today are columns, capitals, and some sculptural fragments. Post-medieval: Architecture. Campanile built in 1436 by the master Galasto of Como, in successive levels with windows articulating the exterior.
Box 315

S. Eusebio

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Physical Description: 27.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Sculpture. Roman sarcophagus placed next to the main portal outside the church.
Medieval: Architecture, painting, architectural sculpture, inscription fragments. This church was built by monks fleeing Palestine in the 7th to 8th centuries. The walls are covered with frescoes, some (The Tree of Jesse, The Last Supper, and Christ with Four Saints) date from the 12th century, others (The Madonna enthroned with S. Stephen, and S. Eusebio) date from the 13th century. Post-medieval: Architecture, painting. The portal of the church dates from the 15th century, and in the apse is a fresco of the Madonna and Child from the 15th century as well.
Box 315

S. Lucia

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, architectural sculpture, painting.
Object Notes: Ronciglione environs, near Lago di Vico.
Box 315

S. Maria degli Angeli

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Physical Description: 24.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, sculpture. This 18th century church (also called the Collegio) is no longer in use and in bad condition. Contains coffered and frescoed ceilings, and an elaborate facade.
Box 316

S. Maria della Pace

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Physical Description: 34.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sansovino, Andrea or Jacopo; Viterbese school; Conca, Sebastiano
Antiquities: Sculpture. Roman altar of Parian marble with Renaissance additions, now used as an eucharistic tabernacle.
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, ceiling and wall painting, crucifix, tabernacle. This church was started in 1581 and has been attributed to Vignola or Rainaldi. In the center of the main altar is a depiction of the Madonna of Peace, a fresco of the Viterbese school, dating to the 15th century. To each side of this central fresco are frescoes of S. Augustine and S. Bartholomew from the 17th century. Along the same wall as the altar are two more paintings, one, representing the Apparition of the Madonna to S. Francis of Sales by Sebastiano Conca, and the "Madonna del Suffragio", from the 18th century. A fresco of the Madonna of the Rosary is placed in a side altar, dating from the 16th century. In another side altar is placed a wooden crucifix of the 15th century, with an 18th century addition of the Madonna Addolorata at the foot of the cross. A Renaissance tabernacle inserted into the wall, attributed to Sansovino.
Box 316

S. Maria della Provvidenza

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, frescoes. The church originally dates to the Romanesque period (11th century), but was restored in Baroque style in 1742. The campanile dates to the 13th or 14th century. Within the main apse of the church are frescoes from the 15th century.
Object Notes: 2 prints with same number.
Box 316

S. Sebastiano

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, wooden ceiling decoration, painting. Structure dates from the Romanesque period, and was recently renovated in 1971. The church contains Romanesque and Gothic capitals and columns, and a wooden ceiling with portraits of the saints in the coffers.
Box 315

SS. Annunziata

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture, painting. This church, dating from the 17th century, is also known by the name of S. Costanzo. The wall frescoes within the church date from the same period.
Box 316

Ss. Pietro e Caterina

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Physical Description: 22.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Rainaldi, Carlo; Gabriele di Francesco; Trevisani, Francesco; Ghezzi, Giuseppe; Pietro da Cortona
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, tabernacle, painting, ceiling frescoes. The Duomo is a Baroque structure build according to a design by Pietro da Cortona. The facade was renovated in the 17th century by Carlo Rainaldi (1671-1695), and the campanile was added in 1734. Upon a transept altar is placed a triptych of the Savior, depicting Christ, the Virgin and S. John. The triptych, by Gabriele di Francesco of Viterbo, dates from the 15th century. Directly above the altar is a painting of the Assumption by Francesco Trevisani. Also in the transept is the altar of the Madonna of the Rosary, by Giuseppe Ghezzi. Above the main altar is a painting of the Madonna and Child with saints, a work of the school of Giulio Romano.
 

Rovine di Castro

Box 316

General views

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of remains of monuments of city dating from at least 8th c. A.D., razed in 1649.
 

San Martino al Cimino

Box 317

General views

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Borromini
Views of town portal (designed by Borromini), fountains, row houses, and the Palazzo Pamphili.
General Notes: These views extracted from S. Martino sequence.
Box 317

S. Martino

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

View of altar painting, holy water font and cloister wall portal. All other exterior and interior views of church in Medieval.
 

Soriano nel Cimino

Box 325

Palazzo Chigi

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Physical Description: 28.0 items
Box 325

S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 21.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Siena; Kuntz, Thaddaus
Post-medieval: Architecture (18th century); fresco "Apotheosis of S. Agostino," and paintings by Taddeo Kuntz. Madonna and Child unkown Sienese school of 1343
Box 325

S. Eutizio

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Physical Description: 44.0 items
Box 325

S. Nicola

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Physical Description: 36.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: Collegiata
 

Sutri

Box 330

General views

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Etruscan fragments incorporated into town portal. Negatives not printed show necropolis and amphitheatre.
Views of portal running under building and opening on piazza S. Maurizio; views of fountain on the piazza.
Box 330

Madonna del Parto

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of nave (ruins) and frescoes. One exterior view (Medieval core collection). Two prints offering views of ceramic imbedded in interior wall. Many negatives not printed offer views of frescoes, and a few offer views of nave.
Box 330

Palazzo Comunale

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Roman sacophagus; Etruscan-Roman relief sculpture
Medieval and Renaissance relief sculpture
Box 330

S. Maria Assunta, Duomo

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Physical Description: 50.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Caravaggio; Pomorancio; Lorenzo da Viterbo
Exterior views, views of crypt columns and capitals, and sacristy sculpture (Medieval core collection). Interior views of entry hall, nave, ceiling frescoes, corridor leading to sacristy, sacristy paintings, crypt paintings, and paintings in Cappella di S. Francesco.
 

Tarquinia

Box 332

Chiesa del Suffragio

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Physical Description: 30.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Andrea Sacchi; Bartolomeo Cavarozzi
Baroque church consecrated in 1761. Exterior views of facade and architectural details. Interior views include nave, Baroque moulding and paintings.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: February 20, 1984.
Box 331

general views

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General views of countryside and the town. Some miscellaneous views of houses and fountains.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign dates: February 1984 and November 1985. There was also a reference to a campaign in 1982, for which there are no notes.
General Notes: See also Marburger index, nos. 526-27.
Box 331

Palazzo Vitelleschi

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Physical Description: 160.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Matteo di Giovanni; Pastura; Truffetta; Vincenzo Camuccini; Carlo Maratta
Antiquities: Phoenician: faience. Etruscan: sarcophagi; pottery; bronze implements (weapons, vessels, mirrors, candelabra). Gold jewelry. Terracotta masks, statuettes and votive objects. Roman: marble statues, bronze vessels, pottery.
Exterior views of Palazzo and museum as well as interior courtyard views and interior views of vaulting. 15th cent. gothic architecture (1436-39, 1460-90). Inside palazzo is the Cappella gentilizia, 15th century, and the antecappella, with frescoes of the story of Lucrezia alternating with the cardinal virtues.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign dates: February 15, 1984 and November 9, 1985. It appears that there may have been another campaign for which there are no notes. Palazzo Vitelleschi houses the Museo Nazionale Tarquiniese, antiquities prints are located in antiquities section. Only a few of the antiquities prints are matched to negatives. However, the NNP numbers follow the highest numbers on the antiquities, so that when future antiquities prints are matched with those negatives, most of the prints can keep their original Hutzel number. The number of antiquities prints listed derives from notes, and not the prints that have been matched. Also, because of the possibly missing campaign notes, the architectural and Renaissance painting prints are combined into a single numerical series, with nominal correlation to the existing Hutzel notes.
General Notes: See also Marburger collection, Nos. 528-29
Box 332

S. Giovanni Battista

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Physical Description: 42.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: School of Perugino; Maratta
The church was built in the 13th century, and was connected to the Knights of Malta. The main portal is flanked by two other portals using fronts of sarcophagi for architraves. Photos show the exterior generally, the details of the portals and some side walls. Interior photos show the nave, altar and absidal chapels with their gothic vaulting. There are several photos of capitals with vegetal, animal and human motifs, the baptismal font and miscellaneous architectural details. The paintings include a Deposition (1400s), and two from the 18th cent. of a bishop and of S. Carlo Borromeo. There is a large crucifix over the altar (1310) and a ciborium behind the altar.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign dates: February 20, 1984 and December, 1985.
Box 332

S. Margherita, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 44.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Pastura
Old church destroyed in a fire in 1643. It was rebuilt in 1646, restored in the late 19th century, with the facade and campanile restored in 1933. Exterior views include the facade and portal. Interior photos, aside from a few of the nave and altar, focus on the set of frescoes by Pastura with their painted friezes. Prints (no negs.) of the Tree of Jesse and ecclesiastical portraits in the Sala Consigliare. Pastura's paintings include scenes from the Life of the Virgin as well as paintings of saints and sibyls.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: December 13, 1982. No negs for the "Sala Consigliare." Prints include a Tree of Jesse and portraits of ecclesiastics.
General Notes: Hutzel notes nos. 1-29 can in part be found under "General Views" of Tarquinia.
Box 332

S. Maria di Castello

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Pietro di Ranuccio; Giovanni di Guittone; Nicolo Ranucci
Romanesque church begun in 1121 and consecrated in 1208. Exterior photos of walls and round tower. Interior photos of nave and extensive vaulting. Of architectural interest is an octagonal immersion baptismal font and a marble pulpit, which are both highly decorated. The stone mosaic floor is also notable. The ciborium and pluteus date from 1168.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign dates: February 17, 1984 and December 1985.
General Notes: See also Marburger index No. 527.
Box 332

S. Martino

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: School of Barocci
Romanesque church begun in the 12th century, the oldest church in Tarquinia. There are several photos showing exterior views of both the church and the campanile. Views of the interior show the nave and architectural details.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: February 20, 1984.
 

Tuscania

Box 336

Cathedral

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Physical Description: 46.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Andrea di Bartolo
Post-medieval: Architecture, 16th century (largely restored in the 18th century); paintings on canvas and panel; fresco; sculpture
Box 335

Museo Comunale

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Physical Description: 59.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Etruscan sarcofagi
Box 336

Palazzo Comunale

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture
Box 336

S. Croce

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (late 12th century) . Post-medieval: Frescos (14th century?)
Object Notes: See also: Medieval architecture and architectural sculpture
Box 336

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 67.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sparapane, Antonio; Sparapane, Giovanni
Medieval: 14th century architecture . Post-medieval: Fresco
Object Notes: Two sets of prints, mostly duplicates
Box 336

S. Giuseppe

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: Architecture (17th century)
Box 336

S. Marco

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 16th century fresco
Box 337

S. Maria del Riposo

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Physical Description: 138.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Perino del Vaga; Antonio da Viterbo (Il Pastura); Siciolante, Girolamo (Girolamo da Sermoneta)
Post-medieval: Renaissance architecture (1495) with sculpted portal (1522); paintings on panel and canvas; sculpture (ceramic); 15th-16th century frescos; sculpture in wood; architectural sculpture. Views of the adjacent cloister of the Convento Francescano.
Box 337

S. Maria della Rosa

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Physical Description: 38.0 items
Box 336

S. Maria Maggiore

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture, 12-13th centuries (c. 1159-1206); fresco. Post-medieval: Fresco
Box 337

S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Doric frieze
Medieval: Frescos (1125-1150); carved choir screen (begun 8th century, extended 13th century); baldachin (1093); episcopal throne (12th century); architecture and architecture sculpture (11th-13th centuries); Cosmati pavement. Post-medieval: Renaissance fountain
Object Notes: See also: Medieval architecture and architectural sculpture
Box 337

S. Silvestro

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Physical Description: 8.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Gregorio d'Arezzo; Donato d'Arezzo
Medieval: Romanesque architecture; architectural sculpture
Post-medieval: Fresco (14th century)
Box 337

SS. Martiri

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 19th century architecture incorporating some 14th century elements
 

Vallerano

Box 338

General views

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Physical Description: 8.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Distant view of town, view of portal under Municipio, exterior views of S. Andrea.
General Notes: These views extracted from the Madonna del Ruscello sequence follow numbering for that sequence.
Box 338

Madonna del Ruscello

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Physical Description: 39.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Alessandro Vibani; G. B. Chiuccia; P. Menicoccia; Pomarancio; Lanfranco; Sante Vandi
Exterior views of 17th c. church, including cupola and inner courtyard, with detail views of facade sculpture, doors and windows. Interior views of nave and altars, stucco decoration, organ, wooden choir, frescoes and paintings.
Box 338-339

SS. Pietro e Paolo

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Physical Description: 194.0 items
 

Vasanello

Box 338

Cappella della Madonna delle Grazie

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Antonio da Viterbo (Il Pastura)
Antiquities: Sculpture. Altar top rests on a Roman tomb monument with dedicatory inscription to the god Sylvanus.
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting. On the wall above the altar are frescoes by the school of Pastura (1504).
Box 338

Cappella di S. Lanno

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Physical Description: 3.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Lorenzo da Viterbo
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting. Fresco in church depicting the Madonna and Christ enthroned with Ss. Lanno, Francesco and a female saint by the school of Lorenzo da Viterbo (1493).
 

Vejano

Box 340

Cappella gentilizia dei Santacroce

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Physical Description: 20.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sangallo
Three exterior facade views of Renaissance church designed by Sangallo. Interior views of presbytery, tombs, sculpture, inscribed tablet, portal.
General Notes: Cannot find negatives.
Box 340

Chiesa dell'Assunta

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Physical Description: 17.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of Renaissance/Baroque church before and after 1983 restoration, including views of flank, apse, portals, facade, and bell tower. Interior views of nave, chapels, architectural details and paintings.
Box 339

General views

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of town, city walls, tower, portals, unidentified church, local landscape, Palazzo Altieri.
General Notes: All Vejano monuments included in single numerical sequence.
Box 346

General views

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Physical Description: 37.0 items
 

Vetralla

Box 347

Duomo

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Physical Description: 23.0 items
Box 347

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: Archeo
General Notes: Medieval (62 photos of S. Francesco) Hutzel nos. 44-97, 109-116; one of Archeo Hutzel no. 127
Box 347

S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 18.0 items
 

Vignanello

Box 348

Castello Ruspoli

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of all sides of castle, renovated 1575, including rear view of park.
Box 348

General views

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Distant views of town; unidentified street views in negatives only.
General Notes: All views of Vignanello are part of single numerical sequence.
Box 348

Palazzo Marescotti

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Physical Description: 8.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: G.B. Contini
Exterior views of facade with portico. Interior view of portico and baptistery with font and well.
Box 348

S. Maria delle Lacrime

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of Romanesque church apparently located outside town.
General Notes: No documentation about monument.
Box 348

S. Maria, Collegiate church

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Physical Description: 39.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: G.B. Contini; Annibale Carracci
Exterior views of 18th c. church facade, with detail views of wooden portal. Interior views of nave, baroque organ, altar gloria, architectural sculpture, painting.
 

Viterbo

Box 349

Casa Poscia

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of 14th. palazzo, external stairs, balcony, relief sculpture.
Box 356

Chiesa della Morte

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of capital and windows from 11th c. church.
Box 349

Fontana dei Leoni

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Filippo Caparozzi; Pio Fedi
Views of 17th c. fountain by Caparozzi, restored 1877 by Pio Fedi, who sculpted the lions.
Box 349

Fontana della Rocca

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Raffaello da Montelupo; Giovanni Malanca
Views of large fountain, originally built in 16th c., reassembled from bombed fragments after WWII.
Box 356

Gesu

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of 11th c. Romanesque church, including facade, portal, bell tower.
Box 350-355

Museo Civico

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Physical Description: 999.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Panciato d'Antonello da Calvi; Antonio da Viterbo; Zelli, Costantino; Bonfazi, Anton Angelo; Pietro da Cortona; Rosa, Salvator; Romanelli, Giovanni Francesco; Pucciati, Angelo; Gherardi, Antonio (Reatino); Rusca, Giuseppe; Benefial, Marco; Lomi, Aurelio; Sebastiano del Piombo; Nebbia, Cesare
Antiquities: Many views of Etruscan and Roman fragments, sculpture, sarcophagi, pottery, masks, jewelry and other objects found in the Storeroom sequence (inventory numbers on back of prints), and the Cloister, Second floor Cloister, Valle Giulia, Sala Romana and Sala Etrusca sequences.
Views of paintings (Middle Ages through 18th c.), frescoes, a tabernacle, coffin, sculpture reliefs, portal fragments, busts, sculpture, tapestry found in the Pinacoteca, Second floor gallery and Second floor cloister sequences.
General Notes: There are eight separate numerical sequences for this location. The cloister as an architectural structure, rather than museum site, is documented in the record and file for S. Maria della Verita, Cloister, all views of which are stored in Medieval core collection. Five views from the Museo Civico Second floor cloister sequence are stored in Medieval.
Box 349

Palazzo Comunale

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Physical Description: 113.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Baldassari Croce
Antiquities: Sarcophagi in courtyard.
Exterior views of Renaissance palazzo portico, portal fresco, courtyard with fountain and view of SS. Trinita. Interior views of Sala Regia o Erculea, decorated with frescoes by Croce and Sala del Consiglia.
Box 349

Palazzo de' Galeotti

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Physical Description: 22.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Etruscan sarcophagus
Exterior views of facade and courtyard, with details of windows, portal, fountain.
Box 356

Palazzo del Podesta

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Physical Description: 33.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of 13th c. palazzo, renovated, with slim tower, architectural sculpture, and lunette fresco of former window.
Box 356

Palazzo Gentili

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Physical Description: 17.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of 14th c. church, with details of architectural sculpture of fantastic creatures decorating windows.
Box 356

Papal Palace

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Physical Description: 46.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views in relation to adjacent monuments, views of fountains, architectural details with emphasis on the loggia. More comprehensive exterior views in Medieval.
Box 356

Piazza Alighieri

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of two buildings on the piazza, a house and the palazzo of the Cassa di Risparmio.
Box 356

Piazza del Gesu

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of the piazza, including Torre di Borgognone and details of a fountain.
Box 356

Piazza S. Pellegrino

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Physical Description: 27.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of the neighborhoods surrounding the 13th c. piazza, with two views of the 18th c. Chiesa del Gonfalone.
Box 349

Porta S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: Palazzo di Donna Olimpia
. Views of medieval portal and 13th c. Palazzo di Donna Olimpia that flanks it.
Box 349

Rocca

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of 14th c. Castle, renovated five times, including after WWII bombing.
Box 357

S. Andrea

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bartolomeo Torresani
Views of 12th c. Romanesque church exterior, including facade, portico, portal. Interior views of nave, apses, altar, frescoes, baptismal font, columns, capitals. Stored with Hutzel collection are four prints, showing stained glass window, crucifix, tabernacle, painting.
Box 357

S. Angelo in Spata

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Physical Description: 10.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Views of Roman sarcophagus, popularly called Tomba della bella Galiana, attached to facade.
Exterior views of romanesque church, renovated in 18th c. Details of portal, cresta.
Box 357

S. Croce dei Mercanti

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Physical Description: 6.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of ex-church's ornate portal.
Box 357

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 86.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Interior views only of gothic church largely reconstructed after WWII bombing. No general views of interior, but many views of stained glass windows, frescoes, tombs, mosaic work, capitals.
Box 357

S. Giovanni Decollato

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

One exterior view of ex-church located near Porta Faul.
Box 357

S. Giovanni in Zoccoli

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Physical Description: 15.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Francesco Balletta
One exterior view of lunette fresco. Interior views of gothic tryptych, pentittico, baptismal. Negatives show exterior apse from Piazza Alighieri.
General Notes: According to guide, there should be 45 prints with matching negs, most stored in Medieval collection, but those that should be in MED are missing, and the four negs do not match any prints.
Box 357-358

S. Lorenzo, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 133.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Carlo Maratta; Gerolamo Scaccoda Cremona; G.F. Romanelli; Marco Benefial
Views of 16th c. facade, with detail views of portal, windows, campanile (attached). Interior views of cupola, baptistery, sculpture, chapels, tabernacle. Many views of paintings and apse frescoes. Nave views in negatives only.
Object Notes: A composite view of the exterior in found in the Italy Oversize box in the Medieval Core Collection. [Hutzel views (H-230) MED and (H-231) MED]
General Notes: Views 118 to 184, processed by previous cataloguer, have no matching prints, though negative jackets indicate they should. All prints have been renumbered.
Box 359

S. Maria del Paradiso

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Physical Description: 32.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Angelo Pucciati; Antonio del Massaro (detto Pasturo)
Exterior views of 13th c. renovated church, its imitation medieval modern facade, the portal, and many views of the adjoining convent's cloister. Views of frescoes by Pucciati and refectory frescoes by Pasturo.
Box 360

S. Maria della Salute

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Physical Description: 41.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of gothic church's apse, windows, cupola, and portal, of which there are many detail views.
Box 361-362

S. Maria della Verita, Cloister

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Physical Description: 242.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Lorenzo da Viterbo
Antiquities: Sarcophagi; sculpture; architectural fragments
Extensive coverage of 12th c. church, renovated between 14th and 15th c. Exterior views of facade, flank and portal. Interior views of altar, gothic transept, ciborium. Views of Cappella Mazzatosta, its ceramic floor and frescoes by Lorenzo da Viterbo. Comprehensive coverage of gothic structure, including views of garden, well, and portico where antiquities are stored. Single print stored in Hutzel a duplicate of one in Medieval.
General Notes: Two sets of prints fused into single numerical sequence. Cloister has separate numerical sequence and record.
Box 358

S. Maria Nuova

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Physical Description: 104.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: S. Maria Nuova
Exterior and interior views of nave and altar in Medieval collection. In Hutzel collection are views of paintings, frescoes, architectural details, throne.
General Notes: Seventy-one catalogued views in Medieval core collection and fifty-one uncatalogued, some of which do not have matching negs. Two numerical sequences have been fused into one; see guide.
Box 360

S. Pietro

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Bartolomeo Torresani; Giovanni Romanelli
Exterior views of 13th c. church (renovated in 17th c.) including stairway, facade, balustrade. Interior views of nave and altar, cupola, frescoes, side altars.
Box 360

S. Sisto

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views (in Medieval) of 9th c. Romanesque church, including facade, campanile, architectonic remains (church was remodeled several times). Interior views of altar, stairs leading to presbytery, columns, capitals, painting.
Box 359-360

Sanctuary of S. Maria della Quercia

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Physical Description: 208.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Carlo di Mariotto; Domenico di Iacopo da Firenzuola; Giovanni di Bernadino da Viterbo; Andrea della Robbia; Giovani di Pietro; Andrea Bregno; Cesare Monetto
Extensive coverage of Renaissance sanctuary's exterior, with emphasis on the church portals. Several views of bell tower. Interior views of nave and altar, aisles, ceiling and cupola, tabernacle containing the miraculous tile, paintings, sacristy, choir, holy water font. Views of main cloister and cistern.
General Notes: Two sets of prints fused into single numerical sequence.
Box 360

SS. Trinita

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Physical Description: 1.0 item

Scope and Content Note

Exterior flank view of 14th c. church, renovated in 18th c.
Box 349

Tower

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Specific Location: near Porta Faul
View of tower (in ruins) built by Monastery of Sasso Vivo.
 

Vitorchiano

Box 362

General views

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Physical Description: 41.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: View of location of former Etruscan necropolis.
Views of Porta Romana, piazzas, fountain, clocktower, Palazzo Comunale, S. Maria, Trattoria dei Fedeli, Casa del vescovo, windows and doorways.
General Notes: All views of Vitorchiano included in single numerical sequence.
Box 362

Madonna di S. Nicola

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Physical Description: 108.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Three exterior views of 16th c. church; comprehensive coverage of church interior, including altars, nave and numerous frescoes of the viterbese school.
General Notes: Two sets of prints integrated into single numerical sequence that comprises all views of Vitorchiano.
Box 363

Monastero S. Agnese

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior detail views of 14th c. monastery, and several interior views of altars and altar paintings.
Object Notes: Not able to confirm monument identification.
 

Vulci

Box 363

Excavation

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Views of excavated baths, villas, nymphaeum, temple.
General Notes: Eleven prints stored in Antiquities, as noted on negatives. None in Hutzel section.
Box 364

Series VII. Lombardy

Physical Description: 1.0 box

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Lombardy with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

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

Milano

 

Milan

Box 364

S. Ambrogio

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Physical Description: 156.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Founded 386-389 by S. Ambrogio, bishop at the time of emperor Teodosio. Remodelled 789, 859, 1098-1128, 1196. Decoration of basilica drastically altered over centuries, until 1858 when restored to original aspect. Restoration lasted until 1890. Exterior views of architecture and architectural sculpture, some of which contains re-used Roman fragments and architectural elements.
Accompanying Material: Guida della Basilica di S. Ambrogio, by Ferdinando Reggiori, 1986. Housed in Center Library.
Box 365-384

Series VIII. Marches

Physical Description: 23.0 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of sites in Marches with accompanying lists.

Arrangement note

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

Ancona

 

Bastia

Box 365

Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 11.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bernardino di Mariotto
Medieval: 12th century stoup. Post-medieval: Architecture; fresco fragments; paintings on canvas.
 

Fabriano

Box 369

Oratorio del Gonfalone

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Physical Description: 21.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Viviani, Antonio Maria (Il Sordo d'Urbino)
Post-medieval: Baroque architecture (1610-1636) with highly carved and decorated wooden ceiling; paintings, some with elaborately carved frames; wooden furniture, crucifix, and altar.
Box 369

Piazza del Comune

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Physical Description: 2.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior photos of 13th century building.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: March 26, 1983. Notes regarding this monument are contained under "Oratorio del Gonfalone."
Box 369

Pinacoteca Comunale

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Physical Description: 43.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Fabriano School; Allegretto di Nuzio; Ambrogio Monaco; Neri di Bicci; Master of Staffolo; Bicci di Lorenzo; Antonio da Fabriano; Filippo da Verona; Domiziani, Domiziano; Nelli, Ottaviano di Martino; Rainaldetto di Ranuccio
Medieval: Painted crucifix. Post-medieval: Paintings on panel and canvas, including cassone; sculpture in wood (14th century German).
General Notes: Two prints, nos. 29 and 39, are missing.
Box 369

S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 39.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Cantoni, Giacomo; Cades, Giuseppe
Medieval: Architecture (begun early 13th century): restored in 1768, 1938, and recently. Exterior: sculpted portal (early 14th century) and traces of ogival arches; 14th century frescos: Fabriano-Riminese school (restored 1933); late gothic frescos. Post-medieval: Richly decorated late baroque nave; 14th century frescos of the Fabriano-Riminese school (restored 1933); stucco work; works on canvas by Cades (18th century)
Object Notes: Church was formerly known as S. Maria Nova [TCI/Marches]
Box 370

S. Benedetto

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Physical Description: 54.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Rinalducci, Lorenzo; Lombardo, Mariano; Mezzalancia, Girolamo; Martelli, Filippo; Campana, Paolo; Serafini, Pietro Paolo; Rossi, Pasquale de' (Pasqualino); Brandi, Giacinto; Nucci, Avanzino; School of Bologna; Gentileschi, Orazio; Magistris, Simone de (Toscani)
Medieval: 13th century architecture (1244/1290); wooden crucifix. Post-medieval: Architecture, original structure rebuilt in 1590. Restored after 1741. Facade dates from c. 1764. Early Roman fragments included as decoration in exterior walls. Interior has numerous paintings on canvas, extensive stucco work, sculpture in wood and gilt, elaborately carved choir stalls, and 16th and 18th century documents.
General Notes: Photos 41-44, 47-49 are missing. Possibly with the Medieval photographs. Negatives probably corresponding to those prints are numbered 50-60.
 

Sassoferrato

Box 379

Pinacoteca

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Physical Description: 54.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Agabiti, Pietro Paolo; Fabriano School; Allegretto di Nuzio; Salvi, Giovanni Battista
Antiquities: A Roman altar, gravestone, urn and torso. (1st-3rd centuries).
Two coats-of-arms (of Sassoferrato and the Bishop Aldobrandini; a polyptych of saints Anthony, Sebastian, Roch and Martin; the Madonna of Sassoferrato; a portrait of Sentinensi; ceramic fragments (15th-16th centuries); a renaissance ciborium, a mosaic of St. Demetrius in a wood and silver frame (10th-11th centuries); an Umbrian processional cross (15th century); a wooden statue of the Madonna di Loreto; reliquaries; a saint's wooden shoe; an ivory diptych; silver medallions (13th century) and various paintings.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: March 17, 1983
Box 379

S. Croce

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Physical Description: 23.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Fabriano school; Agabiti, Pietro Paolo; Giovanni Antonio di Gaspare da Pesaro; Allegretto di Nuzio
Antiquities: Lion fragment from the Roman site of Sentinum.
In the medieval core collection, views of the exterior with emphasis on the facade portal sculpture and pier capitals (12th century). Hutzel prints include views of the main altar and polyptych, side altar frescoes by di Nuzio, and various altarpieces.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: March 14, 1983
General Notes: No negatives exist for the pier capitals, architectural sculpture, and altarpieces along the nave.
Box 379

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Ramazzani, Ercole; Guerrieri, Giovanni Francesco; Baronzio, Giovanni; Giovanni da Rimini
Exterior views of this gothic church show a buttressed nave and west facade portal with a pointed arch. Taken from the belfry is a panoramic view of Sassoferrato. Views of the interior focus on various altar paintings and the main altar cross (14th century) attributed to da Rimini or Baronzio.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: March 17, 1983
 

Serra Sant'Abbondio

Box 379

Eremo di Fonte Avellana

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Physical Description: 44.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Giuliani, Giorgio
Exterior views of the romanesque-gothic architecture of the abbey buildings and cloister, including a bell tower (1482). Interior views of the first church (9th century); the 14th-century church with a polychrome sculpture of the crucifixion (1567); the main altar carved from stone (14th century), the sala capitolare, and the refectory with a huge copy of Guido Reni's Martyrdom of St. Andrew.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: March 14, 1983
General Notes: This abbey is found near the village of Serra Sant'Abbondio, and located by Hutzel as 20 kilometers out of Sassoferrato.
 

Ascoli Piceno

 

Montegranaro (environs)

Box 373

S. Claudio al Chienti

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Physical Description: 24.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Immured gravestones and piles of Roman architectural fragments.
This 10th-11th century church was restored in 1925. The exterior facade is comprised of two flanking cylindrical towers and two portals--one on top of the other. Interior views include apse frescoes of S. Rocco and S. Claudio (1486), a confessional and the Sacristy.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984
General Notes: S. Claudio al Chienti was previously filed with monuments in Tolentino.
 

Offida

Box 373

Collegiata Nuova

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Physical Description: 5.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Views of facade, altars and cupola.
General Notes: Hutzel catalogued this monument together with S. Agostino, assigning Collegiata's prints the last four numbers of the S. Agostino numerical sequence.
Box 373

S. Agostino

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Physical Description: 17.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Six exterior views with an an emphasis on the portals; interior views of the nave, altars, and choir.
Box 373

S. Maria della Rocca

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Physical Description: 85.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Andrea da Bologna
Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture; frescos (13th and 14th century). Post-medieval: Frescos (15th century); painted ceramic sculpture. Several views of the imposing Romanesque exterior, and extensive coverage of the frescoes located in the crypt and the main altar.
General Notes: Prints 20, 22, and 56 have no matching negatives.
 

Quintodecimo

Box 374

General views

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Roman bridge, walls
Post-medieval: General views of town and environs
Box 374

Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 20.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

Macerata

 

Aliforni

Box 365

Parish church

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Physical Description: 15.0 items
 

Camerino

Box 366

Cathedral

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Physical Description: 35.0 items
Box 366

Museo Diocesano

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Physical Description: 95.0 items
Box 366

Palazzo Ducale

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Physical Description: 11.0 items
Box 366

Pinacoteca

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Physical Description: 28.0 items
Box 367

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 15.0 items
Box 367

S. Venanzio

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Physical Description: 48.0 items
 

Casali

Box 367

S. Anastasio

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

Castelsantangelo sul Nera

Box 367

General Views

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Physical Description: 24.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
General Notes: No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Marche, p. 533
Box 368

S. Martino

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Physical Description: 64.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Paolo da Visso; Bontulli, Paolo; Silvestro dell' Aquila
Medieval: Romanesque architecture (12th century); campanile with bifora windows; architectural sculpture: capitals, etc.; tabernacle carved with lion heads; gothic altar. Post-medieval: Frescos (15th and 16th centuries); sculpture in wood (16th century); terracotta bust of a bishop (16th century)
Box 368

S. Stefano

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Physical Description: 95.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

Chiaravalle

Box 369

Abbey of S. Maria di Chiaravalle di Fiastra

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Physical Description: 45.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

Matelica

Box 371-372

Museo Piersanti

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Physical Description: 63.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Maratti, Carlo; Antonio da Fabriano; Bernardino di Mariotto dello Stagno; Girolamo di Giovanni da Camerino; Arcangelo di Cola da Camerino; Jacopo Bellini; Francesco di Gentile da Fabriano; Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino
Antiquities: The photos depict roman portraiture busts.
Views of the museum's collection of late 14th-16th century paintings, as well as the tapestry and maiolica collections.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: March 29, 1983
Box 372

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 36.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

Mevale

Box 372

Pieve

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Physical Description: 92.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

Montecosaro

Box 373

S. Maria a Pie di Chienti

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Physical Description: 50.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

San Ginesio

Box 375

Collegiata

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Physical Description: 53.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Object Notes: There may be a problem with this monument and the Oratorio di S. Biagio, which is the name of its crypt. The Oratorio has its own folder, but negatives do not appear to be in place. Second, a photo marked "S. Ginesio, S. Tommaso" is with the Collegiata prints, but its identification is unknown.
Box 375

Oratorio di S. Biagio

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Physical Description: 26.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Photos of the crypt of the Collegiata. Frescoes show the life of S. Biagio and S. Biagio Vescovo. There are also a Madonna & Child and musical angels.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
Box 375

S. Maria

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Physical Description: 27.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Altar built with Roman spolia.
Exterior views: 15th-century portal, 11th-century apse, 13th-century cloister. Interior views: Roman columns and carved capitals.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 12/27/84
Box 375

S. Sebastiano

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Owner: Museo-Pinacoteca
 

San Severino Marche

Box 376

Chiesa delle Clarisse

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Physical Description: 58.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Antonio Piergiacomo; Domenico Palombi; Filomeno Bigioli; Ireneo Aleandri
Exterior views of the 15th-century church with its 17th century baroque facade. Interior views of the main altar, four side chapels, two transept chapels, 19th century dome frescoes and a conch fresco of Saul's Conversion on the way to Damascus. The altar (17th century), of marble intarsia is held up by four putti. The Rococo altarpiece bears the inscription Altare Gregorianum Perpetuum. Views also of a gilt organ (17th century), pulpit, and marble holy water font (1598).
Object Notes: There are two prints for almost every negative; one set of prints was previously identified as S. Maria del Glorioso.
General Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 9, 1983
Box 377

Chiesetta della Misericordia

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Roncalli, Cristofano (Pomerancio); Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Damiani, Felice
Post-medieval: Paintings on canvas; fresco; architectural decoration
Box 377

Duomo Vecchio

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Physical Description: 41.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Salimbeni, Jacopo; Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Mancini, Lorenzo; Indivini, Domenico; Pierantonio; Acciaccaferri, Francesco; Rossi, Giuseppe
Exterior views of this 14th-century church include a bell tower (11th century), belfry, buttresses, portals, and a cloister walk, well-head, loggia, columns and capitals (13th century). Views of the baroque interior (17th century) include an ornate wooden ceiling with the Papal coat-of-arms in the center, an organ, and an altarpiece with angels. Most views are of intarsia choirstalls (1483-1513) and the frescoes of the story of St. John the Evangelist (or St. Joseph) by the Salimbeni brothers. There are also views of a room containing the sculpted tomb effigies of St. Severino and St. Vittorino, with paintings and mosaics of the life of St. Severino. This room or aisle may be incorrectly identified by Hutzel.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 8, 1983.
Box 376

General views

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Physical Description: 7.0 items

Scope and Content Note

In the medieval section: two cityscapes punctuated by the Torre degli Smeducci and church bell towers. Prints in the Hutzel core collection include views of the Piazza del Popolo, S. Guiseppe, the via Salimbeni (or the Teatro Feronia) on the via Indivini, and the palazzo Salimbeni. Negatives include: three coats-of-arms, views of the Palazzo Mangarucci and an arcaded courtyard.
Box 377

La Maesta

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Physical Description: 14.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Barocci, Federico; Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino
Exterior views of this church (c. 1300) include the gothic main portal, a romanesque nave portal, and a pair of 14th-century doorknockers. Interior views focus on the votive frescoes and a damaged painting of the Archangel Raphael with Tobias.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 9, 1983
Box 376

Museo Archeologico

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Physical Description: 12.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Antiquities: Interior views of Roman spolia, gravestones, an altar and architectural fragments. Negatives include views of the display cases containing the collezione Pascucci: prehistoric artifacts and Roman pottery.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 11, 1983
General Notes: The Museo Archeologico is dedicated to Giuseppe Moretti.
Box 376

Palazzo Tacchi-Venturi

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Exterior views of this palazzo at N. 40 via Salimbeni include windows and portals. Negatives show courtyard views.
Object Notes: See also, views of the Pinacoteca and the Museo Archeologico which are housed in the Palazzo Tacchi-Venturi.
Box 376

Pinacoteca Civica

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Physical Description: 75.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bernardino di Mariotto dello Stagno; Coda, Benedetto; Sano di Pietro; Crivelli, Vittorio; Paolo Veneziano; Allegretto di Nuzio; Nicolo di Liberatore da Foligno; Eustachi, Bartolomeo; Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Salimbeni, Jacopo; Barocci, Federico; Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino; Rimini School; Bruno Gavazza da Bologna; Grenter, Matteo; Giraldo Jacopo Cavazza
The collections include: a silver reliquary (1326), a relic of Pope Peter Celestini V, a silver plate, a 13th-century clothes chest illustrating a medieval legend, a globe with constellations/signs of the zodiac, fresco fragments by the Salimbeni brothers, a fresco of St. Francis receiving the Stigmata from the church of S. Francesco in Castello (now destroyed), a fresco of St. Anthony Abbot, elaborate polyptychs by Veneziano and Salimbeni, an ivory chest with secular imagery, and various altarpieces and paintings. Of exceptional quality are paintings by Bernardino Mariotto of the Annunciation and the Pieta, and an altarpiece of the Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints by Vittore Crivelli.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 11, 1983
Box 377

S. Agostino, Cathedral

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Physical Description: 47.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Acciccaferri; Gentile, Antonio; Gentile, Giovanni; Pomarancio; Aleandri, Ireneo; Bernardino di Mariotto dello Stagno; Palombi, Domenico; Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino; Ottino, Pasquale; Bigioli, Venanzio; Bigioli, Filippo; Indivini, Domenico; Pinturicchio; Sante Lotti; Giovanni di Piergiacomo
Exterior views of the 15th-century facade with its gothic portal. Views also of the oratory and baroque portal. The interior, restored in 1776 and 1827, is neoclassical. Views in prints H-6 and H-9 show a small barrel-vaulted chapel with a modern main altar painting of the Last Supper. This is either the oratory or a misidentifed church interior. Other views include: wooden crucifixes; an intarsia door to the sacristy and intarsia panels by Indivini; various altar paintings; a silver statue of St. Severino with a crozier, a painting of the Madonna and Child with angels and a kneeling donor by Pinturicchio; a reliquary; a silver plate; a small painted ceramic statue of the Pieta; and a series of sketches from an album of an artist from San Severino Marche.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 8, 1983
Box 377

S. Antonio di Cesalonga

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Physical Description: 9.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture (13th century) and architectural sculpture
Object Notes: San Severino Marche environs.
Box 377

S. Domenico

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Giuseppe da Palermo; Cignani, Carlo; Scarsella, Ippolito; Salimbeni, Lorenzo; School of Bologna (17th century); Bigioli; Bernardino di Mariotto dello Stagno
All views are of altarpieces, paintings, and fresco fragments by Salimbeni. The main altarpiece depicts the Madonna and Child with Saints Severino, Ansano, Catherine of Siena, Dominic, and John the Baptist.
Box 378

S. Eustachio de Domora

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (11th and 14th centuries). Post-medieval: Altar
Box 378

S. Lorenzo in Doliolo

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Physical Description: 46.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino; Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Salimbeni, Jacopo
Exterior views of the 11th-century church with 14th-century cloister and bell tower. In the crypt (9th-13th centuries) are ceiling and wall paintings of angels, the Evangelists, and various other saints in medallions; votive frescoes of Saints Dominic, Augustine, and Anthony Abbot; and the tomb of S. Domenico. In the fourth and fifth crypt chapels is a fresco cycle by the Salimbeni brothers of the martyrdom of St. Andrew. The church interior is heavily restored, with modern nave piers and capitals. Displayed in the sacristy are salvaged fresco remains, a wooden statue of Christ (17th century), and paintings. Also views of a holy water font and a marble ciborium.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 5, 1983
Box 378

S. Maria del Glorioso

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Physical Description: 25.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Rocco di Tommaso; Perugino; Barocci, Federico; Luca di Costantino da Ancona; Antonio di Piergiacomo
Exterior and interior views of this renaissance church (1519) include: the coat-of-arms of San Severino over the main portal, frescoes or paintings of the Flight into Egypt, the Nativity, the Christ Child with St. John the Baptist, and various altarpieces.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 17, 1983
Box 378

S. Maria della Pieve

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Salimbeni, Jacopo; Salimbeni, Lorenzo
Exterior views of architectural sculpture: Roman pilasters and capitals.
Interior views focus on votive frescoes of the 14th and 15th centuries. One fresco shows a female saint (perhaps the Virgin), before a desk littered with instruments, in the presence of an angel and a cat. Other frescoes depict the Virgin and Child, the crucifixion and St. Anthony Abbot.
Hutzel photo campaign date: April 9, 1983
Box 376

Teatro Feronia

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Physical Description: 4.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

Serravalle di Chienti

Box 379

S. Martino

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Physical Description: 35.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

Tolentino

Box 380

Chiesa della Carita

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Physical Description: 13.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Crivelli school; Salimbeni brothers; Francesco da Tolentino
Exterior views of this deconsecrated 13th-14th century church focus on the facade rose window and unique main portal (c. 1250). Interior views show a wooden coffered ceiling, various frescoes, altar paintings, a marble mantelpiece and a holy water stoup.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign dates: December 27, 1984
Box 380

General views

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger)
Views of the Piazza della Liberta, the Torre dei Tre Orologi, the Palazzo Sangallo (the palazzo Parisani), and also portals and a coat-of-arms from the historical center of Tolentino.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: December 27, 1984
General Notes: Hutzel's notes of Tolentino's general views precede his notes of S. Catervo.
Box 380

S. Catervo, Duomo

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Physical Description: 36.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Spada, Filippo; Ferranti, Francesco; Fontana, Luigi; Oravia, Giovanni
This church, erected in the 13th century, was completely renovated in 1830 in a neoclassical style. Exterior views are of the apse, an original bell tower and a medieval relief sculpture. Views of the vast baroque interior with its barrel-vaulted ceiling and numerous candelabra focus on the Cappella di S. Catervo--its frescoes and sarcophagus of S. Catervo and S. Settimia (14th century). Interior views also include a sculpture of the Pieta (14th century), wood intarsia choirstalls, a marble holy water stoup and a baptismal font.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: December 27, 1984
Box 380

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 42.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Salimbeni school; Rimini school; Crivelli school; Guercino school
Exterior views of S. Francesco include its polygonal apse that faces the Piazza della Liberta, the facade, immured fragments of gothic architectural sculpture, and views of the arcaded cloister. Interior views of the church reveal its baroque remodelling. Most views are of frescoes from the gothic chapel (14th century) and various baroque altars. Also included are views of two organs, confessionals, choirstalls, a crucifix and various paintings in the Sacristy.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: December 27, 1984
General Notes: Many negatives for this monument are still missing. Several were misfiled under "Belforte del Chienti, S. Maria a Pie di Chienti" and it is possible that other negatives have been similarly misfiled under sites near Tolentino.
Box 380

S. Maria in Rambona

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Salimbeni, Jacopo
One exterior and several interior views of this early Romanesque chuch (9th-10th centuries): pier capitals; frescoes by the Salimbeni brothers of the Madonna and Child, and the Trinity; a wooden crucifix (10th-11th century).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 28, 1984
Box 380

S. Nicola da Tolentino

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Physical Description: 44.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

Urbisaglia

Box 385

chiesetta della Maesta

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Physical Description: 23.0 items
 

Ussita

Box 385

Parrocchiale

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Physical Description: 31.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

Visso environs

Box 387

S. Valentino

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Physical Description: 33.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

Visso

Box 386

General views

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Physical Description: 19.0 items

Scope and Content Note

General views of the main piazza of Visso (the Piazza Martiri Vissani), and its environs with examples of 14th-16th century architecture.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1984
Box 386

Monasterio di S. Eutizio

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Physical Description: 11.0 items
 

Visso

Box 386

Museo-Pinacoteca

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Physical Description: 37.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Governing Body: S. Maria
Owner: Museo-Pinacoteca
Artist Name: Gaspare Angelucci; Camillo Angelucci; Giovanni Battista da Offida; Paolo da Visso
Paintings and sculpture dating from the 14th-16th centuries. These works were originally executed for the Church of S. Maria.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot these photos in 1984. The Museo-Pinacoteca is located in the former church of S. Agostino. Sheets for the prints in the Medieval core collection were inadvertently misplaced, so original Hutzel numbers for those prints, as well as secure identification, has been lost. Researchers looking in Visso should check both the Museo-Pinacoteca and S. Maria, Collegiate church for possible mixups. Hutzel identifications on the backs of the prints are also unclear.
Box 386

S. Maria, Collegiate Church

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Physical Description: 74.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Detailed views of the 14th century exterior architecture of the church, including portals, and details of columns and capitals. There are general interior views, with detailed photos showing the paintings, both on the screen behind the main altar and behind side altars. There are also many photos of painting fragments from the late Medieval and early Renaissance periods. Sculptural photos include a wooden crucifix and basins or altars (perhaps antique) with human face motifs.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: June 30, 1984.
Box 387

Santuario di Macereto

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Physical Description: 66.0 items

Scope and Content Note

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

Pesaro e Urbino

 

Cagli

Box 365

Madonna della Misericordia

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Physical Description: 33.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Ridolfi, Claudio
Post-medieval: 14th-15th century architecture, fresco, polychrome terracotta of local marchegiana school, paintings on canvas, stucco work
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Marche, 1979, p.297
Box 365

Palazzo Comunale

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Physical Description: 16.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Francesco di Giorgio Martini; Santi, Giovanni
Medieval: 13th century architecture (1289), architectural fragments, sculpture fragments. Post-medieval: 15th century architecture (1463), iron work, sculpture, fresco, architectural fragments, sculpture fragments
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Marche, 1979, p. 295
Box 365

S. Francesco

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Physical Description: 29.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Guido di Palmerucci; Fiamberti, Tommaso; Lapis, Gaetano; Raffaellino del Colle; Cristoforo, Antonio di
Post-medieval: 14th century architecture, 14th century fresco, paintings on canvas, carved wooden altars, tapestry
Object Notes: See medieval for exterior views
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Marche, 1979, p.297
Box 365

S. Giovanni Battista

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Physical Description: 30.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Artist Name: Bramante, Donato; Barocci, Federico; Santi, Giovanni; Lapis, Gaetano
Medieval: architecture . Post-medieval: 15th centruy architecture, paintings on canvas, paintings on panel, fresco
Object Notes: Also known as S. Domenico
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Marche, 1979, pp 294-295
Box 365

S. Nicolo

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Physical Description: 18.0 items

Scope and Content Note

Post-medieval: 14th century portal (Portal Massara), stucco work, fresco, terracotta