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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 XIII. Sardinia 7 boxes
Photographs of sites in Sardinia with accompanying lists.
Arrangement note
Arranged alphabetically by city, general views of the city/historic center, and monument name.
Cagliari
Oristano
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396 S. Giusta 50 items
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Extensive coverage of exterior, including facade, flanks, apse and bell tower. Interior views of presbystery, altars, crucifix, and paintings.
Nuoro
Bosa
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393 Castello di Serravalle 11 items
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Medieval: 12th or 13th century architectural ruins: portions of walls and towers.
Object Notes: Bosa environs
393 Cathedral 18 items
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Medieval: Architecture, originally 12th and 13th centuries, largely rebuilt in the 18th century in Piedmontese Baroque style. . Post-medieval: Architecture, 18th century; 16th century wooden sculpture.
393 Chiesa del Carmine 3 items
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Post-medieval: 18th century architecture. Built on the remains of a Carmelite church.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name
393 Chiesa del Rosario 6 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture (19th century?) with large clock projecting from fa�ade
393 General views 15 items
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Post-medieval: Views of town including overview, a neo-Gothic hotel, former tanneries along the river Temo, and various street views.
393 S. Giovanni Battista 7 items
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Medieval: Architecture . Post-medieval: Frescos
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name
393 S. Giovanni del Castello 7 items
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Post-medieval: 15th century architecture
393 S. Pietro Extramuros 29 items
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Medieval: Medieval architecture and architectural sculpture dating from three separate building campaigns: main body is Lombard-Romanesque (11th century), campanile and apse date from the later 12th century, and misc. Gothic/Cistercian elements are from the first half of the 13th century.
Macomer
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395 S. Croce 3 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture
395 S. Pantaleo, Parish Church 5 items
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Artist Name: Puig, Michele
Post-medieval: 16th century Gothic-Aragonesque architecture (built 1573) with campanile in same style. Near facade are two "pietre miliari" relating to Septimus Severus and Vespasian
395 Unidentified structure 3 items
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Post-medieval: Views of unidentified palazzo and Gothic-Aragonesque windows
Oliena
box
395 Nostra Signora di Monserrato 7 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture. The church is important to celebration on September 8.
395 S. Croce 8 items
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Post-medieval: 15th century architecture, somewhat rustic, with an unusual campanile included as part of the facade (quasi-pyramidal with three openings)
395 S. Giovanni 20 items
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Medieval: 13th century architecture. Ruins of another church nearby.
395 S. Maria 11 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture (15th century) with some rustic gothic elements and a well preserved campanile; wooden sculpture (16th century).
Ottana
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396 S. Nicola 28 items
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Antiquities: Nuragic tombs
Medieval: Romanesque architecture (12th century) in black and violet trachyte; decorated facade includes incised lozanges, pilasters, and maiolica set into small depressions. Some Pisan influence.
Sindia
box
398 Abbazia di S. Maria di Corte 18 items
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Medieval: Cistercian architecture (founded 1147). Parts remaining from original structure include: the choir, the left arm of the transept with two chapels, and Romanesque barrel vaulted sacristy. Structure partially rebuilt in the 17th-18th centuries.
398 S. Pietro 7 items
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Medieval: Romanesque architecture, 12th century (1150-1160)
Oristano
Cabras
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394 General views 3 items
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Post-medieval: Modern fishing huts
394 S. Giovanni in Sinis 29 items
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Medieval: Architecture, largely 9th-10th centuries, but containing elements dating back to the 5th century. Interior is divided into three naves by low, squat arches. Ceiling is barrel vaulted. Rectangular door and bifore windows divided by small columns.
Object Notes: Penisola del Sinis (Cabras environs)
Ghilarza
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395 Parrocchiale 7 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture
395 S. Palmerio 24 items
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Medieval: Archaic Romanesque architecture and architectural sculpture (begun 12th century) with simple form using alternate light and dark stones. Post-medieval: Sculpture; paintings; crucifix
395 Torre 5 items
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Post-medieval: 15th century military architecture with Gothic-Catalan sources
Milis
box
395 S. Paolo 7 items
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S. Vero Milis
box
397 Parrocchiale 16 items
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Post-medieval: 18th century Piedmontese baroque architecture
Zeddiani
box
398 Parrocchiale 12 items
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Medieval: Romanesque architecture with octagonal cupola. Portal has carved decoration and inscription.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel site
Sassari
Ardara
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392 S. Antioco di Bisarcio 44 items
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Medieval: Romanesque architecture, originally cathedral for the diocese of Bisarcio. Contains elements from 11th-12th centuries and later. Restored 1958. Lower part of structure shows traces of original structure (before 1190); upper elevation and campanile from 1150-60. Front portico added 1170-1190. Basilical structure with no transept. Contains bifore windows, decorative arches along cornice, and slender rounded pilasters (exterior); elevated apse/altar (interior)
392 S. Maria del Regno 42 items
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Medieval: Romanesque architecture (1170), recently restored. Typically Sardinian (influenced by Lombard and Pisan forms of the 11th century) with slender pilasters, bifora window, small decorative arches along the cornice, semi-circular apse, and short campanile. Triple aisled basilica plan. Central nave has bare, beamed ceiling while side aisles are cross vaulted; sculpted inscription from 1107. . Post-medieval: Polychromatic, gilded wooden sculpture (Madonna and Child); 15/16th century pulpit.
Borutta
box
392 S. Pietro di Sorres 56 items
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Medieval: Sardinian Romanesque architecture (12th century) with strong Tuscan influence, including polychrome decoration; architectural sculpture; pulpit with Gothic ornamentation; tomb . Post-medieval: Wooden sculpture
Bulzi
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393 S. Pietro di Simbranos 32 items
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Medieval: Sardinian Romanesque architecture (13th century) with polychrome decoration; architectural sculpture . Post-medieval: Polyptych; sculpture
Castel Sardo
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394 Ancient walls; general views 58 items
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Antiquities: Remains of ancient wall
Post-medieval: General views
394 Cathedral 47 items
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Artist Name: Master of Castelsardo
Post-medieval: 16th century architecture, built in late Gothic style; architectural sculpture; choir stalls; sculpture; paintings on canvas and panel; altarpiece; fresco; pulpit; tomb monuments; baptismal font; sacred objects
394 Nostra Signora delle Grazie 40 items
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Medieval: Architecture; architectural sculpture; sculpture; stoup. Post-medieval: Paintings; sculpture
Coghinas
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397 S. Maria 13 items
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Medieval: Romanesque architecture with modern campanile. Facade has portal in form of a moorish arch, a small rose window and small belfry, and decorative trefoil arches along cornice; stones sculpted with geometric patterns appear around arch, window, and on facade
Mores
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395 Parrocchiale 5 items
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Artist Name: Calvia, Salvatore
Post-medieval: Architecture; Neoclassical campanile (1870)
Olbia
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395 S. Simplicio 36 items
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Medieval: Romanesque architecture (end of the 11th century, altered 13th century). Constructed of granite. Lombard elements.
Ozieri
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396 Cathedral 7 items
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Post-medieval: 16th century architecture (originally), now rebuilt in 19th century neoclassical style. Only part of transept retains elements of the original Gothic-Aragonesque building. Facade has clock and campinili and an entrance portico. Some architectural sculpture.
Perfugas
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396 S. Giorgio 20 items
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Post-medieval: Gothic-Aragonesque facade 15th-16th centuries. Restored 1926. Architecture and some architectural sculpture.
Object Notes: Perfugas environs
Ploaghe
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396 S. Michele di Salvenero 14 items
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Medieval: Pisan-Romanesque architecture, 12th century (1110-1130). Altered in 1200-1225 and campanile added. Badly restored recently. High facade with slender pilasters, decorative arches along cornice, and triple arches at base indicating what may have been a portico. Campanile (only base remaining) constructed in black and white stone.
Object Notes: Ploaghe environs
Porto Torres
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396 S. Gavino 25 items
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Medieval: Romanesque architecture (11th century onward) and architectural sculpture. The largest and possibly the best example of Pisan/Sardinian Romanesque on the island (with some Lombard Romanesque elements).
Sassari (environs)
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397 SS. Trinita di Saccargia (Camaldolite) 23 items
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Antiquities: Two columns and capitals of the portico.
Exterior views of a romanesque church (12th century) include: a striped (dark basalt and white limestone) facade; a tower of Pisan and Lucchesian influence; and decorated/grotesque capitals.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: April 16, 1983
Sassari
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397 Fonte Rosello 8 items
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Post-medieval: Sardinian baroque fountain (1605-1606). Quadralateral with four statues representing the seasons. Water pours from the mouths of gargoyles.
397 S. Giacomo 16 items
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Medieval: Architecture (13th century) with Pisan influences. Decorative trilobe arches along cornice: at the base of each are carved animal and human faces. Small campanile and pointed arches with trilobe insets.
Object Notes: Sassari environs. Undocumented Hutzel name.
397 S. Nicola, Cathedral 8 items
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Medieval: Architecture (13th century). Lower part of campanile remains. . Post-medieval: Architecture (15th-18th centuries). Church was rebuilt (1480-1505) following the transfer of the episcopal seat from Porto Torres to Sassari (1441). 15th century building in Gothic-Aragonesque style on Latin cross plan. Nave has four bays with side chapels and a cupola over crossing. In the second half of the 16th century the transept was elongated and two ambulatories were added. Present facade added in 1723 in a florid Spanish Colonial Baroque style which includes much detailed architectural sculpture
397 S. Pietro di Silki 31 items
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Medieval: Romanesque architecture (13th century), considerably altered; architectural sculpture.
Sorso
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398 Parrocchiale 25 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture with clock on facade and niches for standing sculpture; carved wooden doors. Simple Greek cross plan. Interior decorated with stucco work and Corinthian columns.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name
Tempio Pausania
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398 Cathedral 17 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture (14th and 19th centuries). Facade is 19th century reconstruction. Portal and campanile remain from original structure of the late 1400's. Some architectural sculpture.
398 Oratorio del Rosario 14 items
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Medieval: Romanesque architectural elements including small decorative arches along cornice. . Post-medieval: 18th century architectural elements and Aragonesque-style portal; 17th century wooden altarpiece.
398 S. Croce 4 items
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Post-medieval: 17th century architecture
Viddalba
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398 S. Giovanni 17 items
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Medieval: Romanesque architecture and architectural sculpture, largely in ruins


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