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Foto arte minore: Max Hutzel photographs of art and architecture in Italy, 1960-1990

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Hutzel (Max) Photographs of Art and Architecture in Italy
Series VIII. Marches 23 boxes
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
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365 Parrocchiale 11 items
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Artist Name: Bernardino di Mariotto
Medieval: 12th century stoup. Post-medieval: Architecture; fresco fragments; paintings on canvas.
Fabriano
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369 Oratorio del Gonfalone 21 items
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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.
369 Piazza del Comune 2 items
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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."
369 Pinacoteca Comunale 43 items
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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.
369 S. Agostino 39 items
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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]
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370 S. Benedetto 54 items
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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
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379 Pinacoteca 54 items
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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
379 S. Croce 23 items
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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.
379 S. Francesco 13 items
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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
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379 Eremo di Fonte Avellana 44 items
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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)
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373 S. Claudio al Chienti 24 items
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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
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373 Collegiata Nuova 5 items
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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.
373 S. Agostino 17 items
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Six exterior views with an an emphasis on the portals; interior views of the nave, altars, and choir.
373 S. Maria della Rocca 85 items
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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
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374 General views 19 items
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Antiquities: Roman bridge, walls
Post-medieval: General views of town and environs
374 Parrocchiale 20 items
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Medieval: Romanesque architecture (fragments). Post-medieval: Architecture; sculpure; paintings on canvas; frescos (16th century)
Macerata
Aliforni
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365 Parish church 15 items
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Camerino
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366 Cathedral 35 items
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366 Museo Diocesano 95 items
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366 Palazzo Ducale 11 items
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366 Pinacoteca 28 items
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367 S. Francesco 15 items
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367 S. Venanzio 48 items
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Casali
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367 S. Anastasio 12 items
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Specific Location: Casali di Ussita
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculptural fragments. Post-medieval: Painting
General Notes: No information provided by Hutzel. No mention of site found in TCI guidebook.
Castelsantangelo sul Nera
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367 General Views 24 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
General Notes: No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Marche, p. 533
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368 S. Martino 64 items
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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)
368 S. Stefano 95 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco painting
A Romanesque church of which can still be admired the campanile with its accompanying arch. Inscriptions in Gothic lettering. Hutzel provides article on site. See also TCI, Lazio, p.533
Chiaravalle
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369 Abbey of S. Maria di Chiaravalle di Fiastra 45 items
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Exterior views of this Cistercian abbey include views of the asymmetrical abbey church facade, the porch, the portal and also views of the arcaded cloister. Views of the Romanesque interior include details of medieval capitals and main altar frescoes from the 14th and 15th centuries.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 1, 1983
Matelica
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371-372 Museo Piersanti 63 items
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Artist Name: Maratti, Carlo; Antonio da Fabriano; Bernardino di Mariotto dello Stagno; Girolamo di Giovanni da Camerino; Arcangelo di Cola da Camerino; Jacopo Bellini; Francesco di Gentile da Fabriano; Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino
Antiquities: The photos depict roman portraiture busts.
Views of the museum's collection of late 14th-16th century paintings, as well as the tapestry and maiolica collections.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: March 29, 1983
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372 S. Francesco 36 items
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Artist Name: Palmezzano, Marco; Francesco di Gentile da Fabriano; Ramazzani, Ercole; Magistris, Simone de; Magistris, Giovanni Francesco de; Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino; Nobili, Durante; Boscoli, Andrea; Eusebio da San Giorgio; Allegretto di Nuzio; Cantarini, Simone; Francesco Rossi di Orciano; Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Paris Scipione
Exterior views of the Baroque architecture of the church; interior views of the 15th-century painted altarpieces (ie. Madonna and Child with Saints, the Last Supper, the Crucifixion and the Deposition from the Cross), sculpture and decorative arts.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: March 19, 1983
Mevale
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372 Pieve 92 items
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Artist Name: Perugino; Domenico Angelucci; Camillo Angelucci; Fabio Angelucci; Ascanio Poggini; Giovanni Battista Norcia
Parish church dating from the 13th century with interior decoration dating until the 16th century. Mevale is the home of the Angelucci family, who were artists and woodworkers in the 15th and 16th centuries. The interior frescoes include a Last Judgment (1601), a Trinity (1560), Apostles in the Oratorium, a Madonna of the Rosary (1571), and a chivalric tournament (15th cent.). A Pieta in the lunette in the Oratorium is believed to have been painted by Perugino, in whose workshop one of the Angelucci worked. There is also a Madonna in the Byzantine style, dating from the 13th century. The confessional is used as well for a chancel, the work of Ancanio Poggini (1580).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: September 26, 1983. Negs. of columns and stone lion may belong to another site.
Montecosaro
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373 S. Maria a Pie di Chienti 50 items
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Artist Name: Master of Offidia (13th-14th century)
Antiquities: A pluteus, perhaps.
This early Romanesque basilica (first erected in the 9th century) has a stark exterior, with the exception of the apse which is enlivened by 3 apsidioles and blind windows. Interior views include: a crucifix, ambulatory, terracotta staues of the Archangel Gabriel and the Virgin (15th century), and several views of the 14th-century frescoes in the upper church. A marble bust may be S. Claudio and actually be found in the church of S. Claudio al Chienti in Montegranaro.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 19, 1984
General Notes: This monument was previously catalogued as being in the city of Belforte del Chienti. Several prints exist in duplicate. S. Maria a Pie di Chienti should not be confused with S. Claudio al Chienti in Montegranaro, though some prints may be labeled as such.
San Ginesio
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375 Collegiata 53 items
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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.
375 Oratorio di S. Biagio 26 items
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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.
375 S. Maria 27 items
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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
375 S. Sebastiano 13 items
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Owner: Museo-Pinacoteca
San Severino Marche
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376 Chiesa delle Clarisse 58 items
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Artist Name: Antonio Piergiacomo; Domenico Palombi; Filomeno Bigioli; Ireneo Aleandri
Exterior views of the 15th-century church with its 17th century baroque facade. Interior views of the main altar, four side chapels, two transept chapels, 19th century dome frescoes and a conch fresco of Saul's Conversion on the way to Damascus. The altar (17th century), of marble intarsia is held up by four putti. The Rococo altarpiece bears the inscription Altare Gregorianum Perpetuum. Views also of a gilt organ (17th century), pulpit, and marble holy water font (1598).
Object Notes: There are two prints for almost every negative; one set of prints was previously identified as S. Maria del Glorioso.
General Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 9, 1983
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377 Chiesetta della Misericordia 9 items
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Artist Name: Roncalli, Cristofano (Pomerancio); Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Damiani, Felice
Post-medieval: Paintings on canvas; fresco; architectural decoration
377 Duomo Vecchio 41 items
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Artist Name: Salimbeni, Jacopo; Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Mancini, Lorenzo; Indivini, Domenico; Pierantonio; Acciaccaferri, Francesco; Rossi, Giuseppe
Exterior views of this 14th-century church include a bell tower (11th century), belfry, buttresses, portals, and a cloister walk, well-head, loggia, columns and capitals (13th century). Views of the baroque interior (17th century) include an ornate wooden ceiling with the Papal coat-of-arms in the center, an organ, and an altarpiece with angels. Most views are of intarsia choirstalls (1483-1513) and the frescoes of the story of St. John the Evangelist (or St. Joseph) by the Salimbeni brothers. There are also views of a room containing the sculpted tomb effigies of St. Severino and St. Vittorino, with paintings and mosaics of the life of St. Severino. This room or aisle may be incorrectly identified by Hutzel.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 8, 1983.
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376 General views 7 items
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In the medieval section: two cityscapes punctuated by the Torre degli Smeducci and church bell towers. Prints in the Hutzel core collection include views of the Piazza del Popolo, S. Guiseppe, the via Salimbeni (or the Teatro Feronia) on the via Indivini, and the palazzo Salimbeni. Negatives include: three coats-of-arms, views of the Palazzo Mangarucci and an arcaded courtyard.
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377 La Maesta 14 items
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Artist Name: Barocci, Federico; Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino
Exterior views of this church (c. 1300) include the gothic main portal, a romanesque nave portal, and a pair of 14th-century doorknockers. Interior views focus on the votive frescoes and a damaged painting of the Archangel Raphael with Tobias.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 9, 1983
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376 Museo Archeologico 12 items
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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.
376 Palazzo Tacchi-Venturi 4 items
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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.
376 Pinacoteca Civica 75 items
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Artist Name: Bernardino di Mariotto dello Stagno; Coda, Benedetto; Sano di Pietro; Crivelli, Vittorio; Paolo Veneziano; Allegretto di Nuzio; Nicolo di Liberatore da Foligno; Eustachi, Bartolomeo; Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Salimbeni, Jacopo; Barocci, Federico; Lorenzo di Alessandro da San Severino; Rimini School; Bruno Gavazza da Bologna; Grenter, Matteo; Giraldo Jacopo Cavazza
The collections include: a silver reliquary (1326), a relic of Pope Peter Celestini V, a silver plate, a 13th-century clothes chest illustrating a medieval legend, a globe with constellations/signs of the zodiac, fresco fragments by the Salimbeni brothers, a fresco of St. Francis receiving the Stigmata from the church of S. Francesco in Castello (now destroyed), a fresco of St. Anthony Abbot, elaborate polyptychs by Veneziano and Salimbeni, an ivory chest with secular imagery, and various altarpieces and paintings. Of exceptional quality are paintings by Bernardino Mariotto of the Annunciation and the Pieta, and an altarpiece of the Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints by Vittore Crivelli.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 11, 1983
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377 S. Agostino, Cathedral 47 items
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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
377 S. Antonio di Cesalonga 9 items
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Medieval: Architecture (13th century) and architectural sculpture
Object Notes: San Severino Marche environs.
377 S. Domenico 25 items
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Artist Name: Giuseppe da Palermo; Cignani, Carlo; Scarsella, Ippolito; Salimbeni, Lorenzo; School of Bologna (17th century); Bigioli; Bernardino di Mariotto dello Stagno
All views are of altarpieces, paintings, and fresco fragments by Salimbeni. The main altarpiece depicts the Madonna and Child with Saints Severino, Ansano, Catherine of Siena, Dominic, and John the Baptist.
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378 S. Eustachio de Domora 25 items
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Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (11th and 14th centuries). Post-medieval: Altar
378 S. Lorenzo in Doliolo 46 items
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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
378 S. Maria del Glorioso 25 items
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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
378 S. Maria della Pieve 13 items
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Salimbeni, Jacopo; Salimbeni, Lorenzo
Exterior views of architectural sculpture: Roman pilasters and capitals.
Interior views focus on votive frescoes of the 14th and 15th centuries. One fresco shows a female saint (perhaps the Virgin), before a desk littered with instruments, in the presence of an angel and a cat. Other frescoes depict the Virgin and Child, the crucifixion and St. Anthony Abbot.
Hutzel photo campaign date: April 9, 1983
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376 Teatro Feronia 4 items
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Artist Name: Ireneo Aleandri
Two exterior views of the arcade facade of the theater.
Object Notes: These views may be incorrectly identified.
Serravalle di Chienti
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379 S. Martino 35 items
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Artist Name: P. Paolo da Fermo
Post-medieval: Architecture; frescos (15th century)
Tolentino
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380 Chiesa della Carita 13 items
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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
380 General views 19 items
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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.
380 S. Catervo, Duomo 36 items
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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
380 S. Francesco 42 items
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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.
380 S. Maria in Rambona 16 items
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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
380 S. Nicola da Tolentino 44 items
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Artist Name: Mauruzi, Nicolo; Master of Tolentino; Rosso, Giovanni di Bartolo
Exterior views of this church focus on the portal (1435). The rest of the facade dates to the 18th century. Views of the arcaded cloister date to the 12th and 13th centuries. Most interior views are of the frescoes in the Augustinian Cappellone di S. Nicola that were executed between 1330 and 1348. These frescoes are of scenes from the life of Christ and S. Nicola. On the ceiling, the Evangelists are paired with various saints.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: December 27, 1984. See xeroxes attached to Hutzel's notes.
Urbisaglia
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385 chiesetta della Maesta 23 items
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Ussita
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385 Parrocchiale 31 items
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Artist Name: Angelucci, Camillo; Paolo da Visso
Medieval: Architectural fragments. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, fresco fragments, sculpture, sculptural fragments
Object Notes: See article on site provided by Hutzel. Also see TCI, Marche, p. 529
Visso environs
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387 S. Valentino 33 items
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Artist Name: Maestro di Eggi; Benozzo Gozzoli; Fabio Angelucci
Small church in the environs of Visso. Photos of interior only, with emphasis on the 14th-16th century frescoes.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. Negatives are missing, but prints do not match with S. Francesco negatives, for which there are no prints.
Visso
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386 General views 19 items
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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
386 Monasterio di S. Eutizio 11 items
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Visso
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386 Museo-Pinacoteca 37 items
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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.
386 S. Maria, Collegiate Church 74 items
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Detailed views of the 14th century exterior architecture of the church, including portals, and details of columns and capitals. There are general interior views, with detailed photos showing the paintings, both on the screen behind the main altar and behind side altars. There are also many photos of painting fragments from the late Medieval and early Renaissance periods. Sculptural photos include a wooden crucifix and basins or altars (perhaps antique) with human face motifs.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: June 30, 1984.
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387 Santuario di Macereto 66 items
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Artist Name: Giovanni Battista da Lugano; Carlo di Tommaso di Bissone; Giacomo di Tommaso di Bissone; Filippo di Tommaso di Bissone
Exterior photos of temple and other buildings in the sanctuary complex. Temple is in the style of Bramante, but was designed by Giovanni Battista da Lugano. There are many photos of the exterior architectural details. Interior photos show the vaulting and cupola as well as the "Tempietto" or baldacchino in the classical style which stands under the cupola.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
Pesaro e Urbino
Cagli
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365 Madonna della Misericordia 33 items
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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
365 Palazzo Comunale 16 items
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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
365 S. Francesco 29 items
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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
365 S. Giovanni Battista 30 items
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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
365 S. Nicolo 18 items
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Post-medieval: 14th century portal (Portal Massara), stucco work, fresco, terracotta
Object Notes: also known as S. Bartolomeo
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Marche, 1979, p. 296
365 Torrione della Rocca 2 items
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Artist Name: Francesco di Giorgio Martini
Post-medieval: 15th century architecture (b.1481), built for Federico II di Urbino
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Marche, p. 296
Lamoli
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371 Abbazia di S. Michele delle Lamole 3 items
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Artist Name: S. Severino School
Medieval: Architecture (11-12th century); wall painting; sculpture. Post-medieval: Frescoes (14-15th century)
Mercatello sul Metauro
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372 S. Francesco 21 items
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Artist Name: Rome School, 15th century; Guerrieri, Giovanni Francesco; Baronzio da Rimini, Giovanni; Raffaellino dal Colle
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (14th century); also re-used Roman columns. Post-medieval: Frescoes
Pergola
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374 General views 15 items
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Post-medieval: Views of town; architectural details
Object Notes: Medieval elements also shown.
374 Municipio 10 items
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Artist Name: School of Umbria, 15th century; Barocci, Federico
Post-medieval: Sculpture (15th century); decorative arts; paintings on canvas
374 S. Francesco 20 items
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Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (13th century); carved Trecento portal; painted crucifix (14th century Marchigian with Riminese influence). Post-medieval: 16th(?) century interior; paintings on canvas
374 S. Giacomo 31 items
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Artist Name: Lorenzo d'Alessandro da San Severino
Medieval: 12th century architecture; architectural sculpture; wooden crucifix. Post-medieval: Baroque interior (18th century); wooden altar; 15th century polyptych (Marchigian school); fresco; paintings on canvas
Sant'Angelo in Vado
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378 S. Francesco 14 items
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378 S. Maria dei Servi 49 items
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Urbania
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381 Chiesetta dei Morti 3 items
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Medieval: Architecture, originally Romanesque, with Gothic additions including an elaborately carved portal on facade.
381 Oratorio del Carmine 8 items
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Artist Name: Picchi, Giorgio
Post-medieval: Frescos; paintings on canvas.
381 Palazzo Ducale 9 items
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Post-medieval: Interior views, including decorated ceilings; paintings; stone portal with medallion of Duke Federico da Montefeltro.
381 Pinacoteca Comunale 23 items
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Artist Name: Mancini, Francesco; School of Urbino; Mercator, Gerardus (cartographer)
Post-medieval: Paintings, including portraits; drawings; sculpture; globes
381 S. Caterina 8 items
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Artist Name: Dolci, Luzio; Dolci, Pierfrancesco; Picchi, Giorgio; Amantini, Tommaso; Apolloni, Agostino; Pandolfi, Giovanni Giacomo
Post-medieval: Manneristic 16th century (1522) architecture. Interior is decorated extensively with stucco work and frescos, wooden sculpture (16th century), and paintings on canvas.
381 S. Chiara 4 items
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Artist Name: Cialdieri, Girolamo; Venetian School, 17th century; Dolci, Luzio
Post-medieval: 17th-18th century architecture; paintings on canvas; frescos.
381 S. Francesco 8 items
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Artist Name: Picchi, Giorgio; Peruzzini, Domenico
Medieval: Gothic portal. . Post-medieval: 18th century (1762) remodel of church dating from 1215. Baroque interior; paintings on canvas.
381 S. Giovanni Battista 12 items
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Artist Name: Conca, Sebastiano
Post-medieval: 18th century architecture built upon a Greek cross plan. Contains paintings on canvas and a wooden pulpit.
Object Notes: Urbania environs. Located within the Parco Ducale.
381 Tempietto del Bramante 3 items
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Artist Name: Episcopi, Giustino
Post-medieval: Architecture (1482), partially destroyed in the war, presently undergoing reconstruction--interior views only: 14th and 16th century frescos.
Urbino
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381 General views 2 items
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Post-medieval: General views.
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382 Museo del Duomo "Albani" 166 items
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Artist Name: Palmerini, Antonio; Franco, Battista; Viti, Timoteo; Barocci, Federico; Genga, Girolamo; Alberti, Antonio; Masucci, Agostino; Picchi, Giorgio; Zuccari, Federico; Tedeschi, Pietro; Fabriano Master; Raphael; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Cialdieri, Girolamo di Bartolomeo; Venetian School (15th century); Alessandro delle Vite
Post-medieval: Sculpture, paintings, panel painting, triptychs, polyptychs
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385 Oratorio di S. Giovanni Battista 22 items
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Artist Name: Salimbeni, Lorenzo; Salimbeni, Jacopo
Post-medieval: 14th century architecture with a modern, neo-Gothic facade; frescos.
Pesaro
Fossombrone
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371 Cathedral 45 items
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Artist Name: Morelli, Cosimo; Vici, Andrea; Ridolfi, Claudio; Guerrieri, Giovanni Francesco; Rosselli, Domenico di Giovanni di Bartolomeo; Callido, Gaetano
Medieval: Details of original parts of the church. Post-medieval: Neoclassical architecture (18th century): almost complete reconstruction of the much older Bededictine church; badly damaged frescos from c. 1600; paintings on canvas; elaborate marble altars and pavement; fresco, 14th century; wooden sculpture (17th century); carved wooden altar; organ, 18th century.
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370 General views 21 items
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Post-medieval: General views of city, streets and unidentified buildings.
370 Museo Civico A. Vernarecci 56 items
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Artist Name: Barocci, Federico; Conca, Sebastiano; Guerrieri, Giovanni Francesco; Lapis, Gaetano; Cantarini, Simone
Antiquities: Fragments of capitals and relief carvings (Roman and possibly earlier); portrait busts (Julio-Claudian and Hadrianic)
Medieval: Sculpture fragments; early Christian sarcofagi. Post-medieval: Architecture, begun in the 13th century and remodeled in the 15th century; Renaissance sculpture fragments; marble bust of Vernarecci; model of Federico da Montefeltro's Palazzo della Corte Alta
Object Notes: Museum is part of the Corte Alta.
General Notes: Counts are approximate since many views have multiple objects.
370 Rocca Malatestiana 3 items
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Medieval: Remains of 13th-14th century citadel.
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371 S. Agostino 2 items
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Medieval: Architecture (14th century) . Post-medieval: 17th-18th century expansion and remodel of the original 14th century structure. Includes large sandstone portal and two (walled-in) windows from the 1600's. Facade also has a coat of arms of the Malatestas and other decoration.
371 S. Aldebrando 12 items
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Artist Name: Alberti, Antonio
Post-medieval: 17th century Baroque architecture and frescos from the first half of the 15th century.
371 S. Filippo 23 items
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Post-medieval: Baroque architecture (c.1608-1613): unfinished exterior and very highly decorated interior; paintings on canvas; wooden sculpture
371 S. Francesco 22 items
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Artist Name: Rosselli, Domenico di Giovanni di Bartolomeo; Guerrieri, Giovanni Francesco
Post-medieval: Architecture, late 18th century, on the site of an early Camaldolese church (dedicated to S. Francesca Romana). Facade is incomplete with a sandstone relief in the lunette above the door, attributed to Rosselli. Neoclassical interior with paintings on canvas, wooden sculpture.
San Lorenzo in Campo
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375 S. Lorenzo 53 items
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Artist Name: Raphael; Ramazzani, Ercole
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (13-14th centuries), restored. Post-medieval: Painting, stained glass, architectural sculpture, frescoes, ceramics
General Notes: (count for post-med incorrect)
Urbino
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383-385 Palazzo Ducale, Galleria Nazionale delle Marche 407 items
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Artist Name: Crivelli, Vittorio; Crivelli, Vittorio; Alberti, Antonio (Antonio da Ferrara); Pietro da Rimini; Baronzio da Rimini, Giovanni; Andrea d'Bartolo; Siena; Marche school; Central Italian, 15th century; Bonaventura di Michele; Carlo da Camerino; Vivarini, Alvise; Marche school (14th century); Luca di Tomme; Sano di Pietro; Cortese, Cristoforo; Pietro Alemanno; Lorenzo d'Alessandro da Severino II; Allegretto di Nuzi; Gentile da Fabriano (Gentile di Niccolo di Giovanni); Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio di Benedetto Aquilo); Rimini School; Piero della Francesca; Raphael; Uccello, Paolo; Giovanni Antonio di Gaspare da Pesaro; Bartolomeo di Maestro Gentile; Signorelli, Luca; Raffaellino dal Colle; Guerrieri, Giovanni Francesco; Viviani, Antonio Maria (Il Sordo d'Urbino); Ridolfi, Claudio; Lilio, Andrea; Gaulli, Giovanni Battista; Ghezzi, Pier Leone; Balestra, Antonio; Tibaldi, Pellegrino; Morganti, Bartolomeo; Eusebio da San Giorgio; Santi, Giovanni; Niccolo di Liberatore; Morganti, Pompeo; Giusto di Gand (Josse van Wassenhove); Berruguete, Pedro; Florence school (15th century); Rosselli, Domenico di Giovanni di Bartolomeo; Fiamberti, Tommaso; Viti, Timoteo; Michele di Giovanni da Milano; School of Umbria, 15th century); Foligno School (15th century); Carlo da Camerino; Jacobello del Fiore; Antonio da Fabriano; Girolamo di Giovanni da Camerino; Folchetti, Stefano; Luca della Robia; Barocci, Federico; Titian; Giuliano da Rimini; Giuliano da Rimini; Brandani, Federigo
Post-medieval: First floor: Polyptychs, triptychs, crucifixes, panel paintings, sculpture, frescoes now housed in Museo; stucco decoration in private chapels
Object Notes: See also Urbino, Museo Albani. With both sites the negs arrived separately from the prints, yet all negs were labelled as Urbino, Palazzo Ducale, making it difficult to match some negatives to their prints.


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