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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 XIV. Tuscany 23 boxes
Photographs of sites in Tuscany with accompanying lists.
Arrangement note
Arranged alphabetically by city, general views of the city/historic center, and monument name.
Grosseto
Grosseto
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402 Museo Diocesano di Arte Sacra 136 items
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Artist Name: Sassetta (Stefano di Giovanni); Pietro di Domenico; Vanni, Francesco; Maestro di S. Pietro Ovile; Ugolino di Nerio; Guido da Siena; Segna di Bonaventura; Girolamo di Benvenuto del Guasta; Lorenzetti, Ambrogio; Vanni, Francesco; Beccafumi, Domenico
Post-medieval collection of paintings, sacred objects and manuscripts from the Duomo and other city churches. There are a significant number of late Medieval Madonnas & Child paintings as well as High Renaissance paintings from the Bolognese school. The objects include a processional cross, and two reliqueries. Additionally there are some photos of manuscript pages of hymnals with objects they are displayed with.
Object Notes: Hutzel notes are undated. The objects in the Musea Diocesano are included in his notes for the Duomo. We have kept Hutzel's numbering for the objects. There are also two prints for almost all the negatives, and the details were so similar (even if one photo is cropped more closely) that we have treated them as though there were two prints for each negative.
Manciano
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403 General views 7 items
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Medieval: General views of city walls and other architecture
403 SS. Annunziata 10 items
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Medieval: Sculpture. Post-medieval: Architecture (16th century)
Massa Marittima
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403 Museo Civico 92 items
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Antiquities: Sculpture, urns, arrowheads, tools
Post-medieval: Panel painting (1), painting
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403-404 S. Agostino 142 items
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Artist Name: Ponti, B.; Chimenti, Jacopo (Jacopo da Empoli); Manetti, Rutilio; Domenico di Agostino; Stefano di Meo; Gualtiero di Sozzo; Niccolo di Iacopo; Nasini, Antonio
Post-medieval: Includes views of neighboring Cappella di S. Lucia (1348) Architecture, architectural sculpture (14th century, restored 1958), sculpture, stained glass, frescoes, painting,
Object Notes: Bibliographic material included and housed in the Center Library
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404-407 S. Cerbono (Duomo) 454 items
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Artist Name: Pisano, Giovanni; Giroldo da Como; Turco, Flaminio del; Andreassi, Gaddo; Andreassi, Meo; Goro di Gregorio; Agnolo di Ventura; Siena; Sarrocchi, Tito; Bartolo di Fredi; Taddeo di Bartolo; Duccio di Buoninsegna; Segna di Bonaventura; Martini, Simone
Antiquities: Relief
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (13th-early 14th century); Fresco (14th century); Panels/Crucifix (14th century); pascal candle; sculpture including the Arca di S. Cerbone; architectural relief (c. 1267); Tabernacle (mid-14th century). Post-medieval: Paintings, fresco (14th century), sculpture
Accompanying Material: Bibliographic material in Center Library
Montemerano
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415-416 S. Giorgio 111 items
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Artist Name: Vecchietta (Lorenzo di Pietro); Andrea di Niccolo; Sano di Pietro
Post-medieval: 15th century architecture; baroque additions to interior; wall and ceiling frescos; paintings on canvas and panel; polychrome wooden altar; wooden sculpture; tabernacle.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984. There are two sets of notes with different numbering systems, indicating the possibility of two campaigns. However, the photos are virtually identical. The numbered series (undated) was originally matched to the negs. The "A" series (dated 1984) was renumbered, more negs. have been found and the series has been integrated into the undated series.
General Notes: Apse and transept date to the 14th century, but they are not illustrated in these photographs.
Pieve ad Lamulas
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416 Parrocchiale 43 items
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The foundations of this parish church date from before 1000, and the church itself dates from the 13th century. It was restored 1932-40. Exterior photos include a view, the facade, and the semicircular apsidal chapels (the oldest remaining portion of the church). Views of the interior include the nave, altar and aisles. Sculptural photos include a wooden Madonna & Child and architectural details, such as capitals with vegetal and animal motifs.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign is undated. There are missing negatives.
Pitigliano
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416 General views 7 items
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Medieval: Views of town. Post-medieval: Portal bearing the Orsini arms
Object Notes: Two sets of prints
416 Palazzo Orsini 49 items
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Medieval: 14th century architecture, architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: 15th-16th century architecture (modifications of original structure), architectural sculpture, columnar monument, well, and portal bearing the Orsini arms,
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417 S. Maria 18 items
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Medieval: Architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: Late Renaissance architecture (1506) with an unusual trapezoidal plan; badly damaged fresco; paintings on canvas
Object Notes: Two sets of prints
417 SS. Pietro e Paolo, Cathedral 39 items
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Artist Name: Zuccarelli, Francesco; Cozzarelli, Guidoccio di Giovanni
Medieval: 14th century campanile. Post-medieval: 16th and 18th century architecture including baroque facade (modifications of original medieval structure), architectural sculpture, paintings on canvas, elaborate Baroque altar with sculpture, travertine pilaster monument bearing Orsini arms and emblem (located in piazza in front of cathedral)
Object Notes: No negatives for second set of prints
Roccalbegna
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419 SS. Pietro e Paolo 35 items
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Medieval: Romanesque architecture (13th century) and architectural sculpture; wooden crucifix; stoup. Post-medieval: Fresco; paintings on canvas and panel; fresco
Santa Fiora
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419 General views 8 items
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Exterior views of the parish and panoramic views of the fields surrounding Santa Fiora. Much attention to the medieval architectural make-up of the town.
419 SS. Fiora e Lucilla, Parish church 52 items
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Artist Name: Robbia, Giovanni della; Robbia, Andrea della
Exterior views show a simple stone facade with a renaissance portal and a Romanesque rose window. Most views focus on the interior decoration by Andrea and Giovanni della Robbia: the dossal in the first altar to the right depicts the penitent St. Jerome, the Coronation of the Virgin, and the Stigmatization of St. Francis; the pulpit depicts the Last Supper, the Resurrection, and the Ascension. Other della Robbia terracottas show the Assumption of the Virgin among angels and the Baptism of Christ. Coverage includes the very Mannerist main altarpiece, an icon of the Virgin and Child (engaged in close eye contact) set in an aedicule, a polychrome statue of St. Anthony Abbot, several crucifixes and a baptismal font.
General Notes: SS. Fiora and Lucilla is also called the Pieve (Parish Church).
Seggiano
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420 Parish church 46 items
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420 S. Rocco 36 items
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General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
420 Santuario della Madonna della Carita 71 items
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General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, NEGATIVES PROCESSED6
Semproniano
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421 S. Vincenzo 16 items
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Medieval: 13th century architecture and architectural sculpture; stoups. Post-medieval: Crucifix; paintings on canvas
Sovana
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421 S. Maria 12 items
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Artist Name: Perugino school; Lorenzo da Viterbo
Antiquities: A roman column
Exterior views show that this 12th-century Romanesque church is accessbile through a portal on the Piazza del Pretorio. Interior views in the Medieval core collection include an 8th-9th century travertine ciborium, a holy water font, a marble scroll border of Christ displaying his wounds, and various paintings. Views in the Hutzel collection are of 15th and 16th century frescoes: the Madonna and Child, St. Barbara, St. Lucy, St. Sebastian, St. Roch, St. Mamiliano, Christ, St. Anthony and St. Lorenzo.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 22, 1982
421 SS. Pietro e Paolo, Cathedral 14 items
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Artist Name: Manetti, Domenico
This cathedral was largely built in the 12th and 13th centuries over a preexisting 9th-11th century structure. Exterior views of the romanesque facade focus on the portal and apse where older medieval architectural sculptures have been reused. Interior views also include reused sculptural fragments. Most views are of the 12th-century capitals which have geometric, foliate, animal and Old Testament figural motifs including Adam, Eve, Daniel, Abraham and Isaac. Prints in the Hutzel collection include paintings, the tomb effigy of S. Mamiliano, a holy water font (1456), a baptismal font (1484) and a marble tabernacle (1510).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 22, 1982
Grossetto
Rocchette
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419 General views 37 items
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Medieval: General views of architecture and architectural sculpture, mostly Medieval, including the Rocca Aldospandesca and S. Cristina
Livorno
Castiglioncello
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399 Archaeological Museum 8 items
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Antiquities: Photos of a terracotta vase with details.
General Notes: No Hutzel photo campaign notes. Negatives are missing.
Siena
Abbadia Isola
Abbey (Cistercian)
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399 S. Salvatore, Abbey church 23 items
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Antiquities: sarcophagus
Views of the monastery building, the cloister, and, primarily, the interior and exterior of the church.
Asciano
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399 Casa Corboli 19 items
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Artist Name: School of Ambrogio Lorenzetti
Antiquities: 2nd century AD polychrome mosaic, mascaron or possible fountain. Two pavement mosaics located in basement of building. They have geometric patterns with linked circles and vegetal rosettes. Four-pointed star, triangle and tongue and dart motifs are located in the border. Squares linked by Solomon's knot. tongue and dart
Secular building dating from 13th-14th cent. In the oratorio are frescoes depicting the 4 seasons and other secular scenes.
Object Notes: no negatives of Asciano are available, see "Mosaics" for mounted plates. Hutzel photo campaign date: July 17, 1982.
General Notes: Mounted photos of mosaics are found in Antiquities as well as Hutzel. Additional material in Marburger collection, see nos. 23-24.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Toscana, 1974, pp 553-556
399 General Views 4 items
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View of Tolomei clocktower and fountain.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: July 17, 1982. These views are included in the notes for Oratorio di SS. Fabiano and Sebastiano in this city.
399 Museo di Arte Sacra 46 items
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399 S. Francesco 33 items
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Artist Name: Giovanni da Asciano; School of della Robbia; Siena
Romanesque-Gothic church and cloister dating from 13th-14th centuries, and somewhat restored in the 20th cent. The interior reflects the style of the 16th century with its classicized pedimental motifs in the architectural detailing. Of note is a terracotta sculptural group by the school of della Robbia, and a fresco cycle of the life and death of Christ by Giovanni da Asciano. There are miscellaneous frescos by artists from the Sienese school of the 17th century.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: July 17, 1982.
General Notes: Prints of exterior in the Medival core collection. There are substantial holdings in the Marburger collection as well, see. nos. 22-23.
399 Ss. Fabiano e Sebastiano 7 items
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Owner: SS. Fabiano e Sebastiano
Casole d'Elsa
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400 Collegiata 25 items
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Artist Name: Gano da Siena; Cieco di Gambassi; Duccio di Buoninsegna, School of
Collegiata was built in 12th century and restored in the 14th century. Exterior photos show church facade and campanile. Photos of interior show general views of the nave and details of a sarcophagus and wooden statues of saints and a bishop (possibly Tommaso Andrei).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. There are possibly prints missing from the Hutzel collection.
400 La Canonica 18 items
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Artist Name: Lippo Vanni
Interior views of the galleries as well as early Renaissance architectural sculpture.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1983
General Notes: La Canonica is now the museum which houses the art works which were produced for La Collegiata of the town. La Canonica was the room which the canonical hours were read and canon law discussed.
400 S. Niccolo 13 items
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Exterior views of facade of Romanesque church with campanile. Interior photos show general shots and specific shots of the vault, with its paintings. Negatives of the interior show details of the vault paintings, among which are the 4 Evangelists, Mary Magdalen, and a possible to St. reference to the St. Nicholas legend of the impoverished daughters.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. It is possible that some prints are missing from the Hutzel collection.
Colle di Val d'Elsa
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401 General views 11 items
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Medieval: views of the town from the surrounding countryside, tunnel view and several street views, including the Tower called by Arnolfo di Cambio.
Object Notes: Two Hutzel photo campaigns: November 29, 1984 and another undated. Most of these views were probably part of the 1984 campaign. While original Hutzel nos. were kept, photos and negs. have been catalogued according to monument and so do not correspond closely with the notes. Additionally, there are many more negatives than prints, but the negs. seem to correspond fairly closely to the town in terms of terrain and architecture.
401 Palazzo Campana 6 items
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Artist Name: Giuliano di Baccio d'Agnolo
There are distant views of this mannerist monument, and detail views of the portal and one window.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984.
401 Palazzo dei Priori 11 items
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Museo Civico
Arnolfo di Cambio
Exterior views of the building. Art works are filed under the Museo Civico.
Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984.
401 Palazzo del Municipio 5 items
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Exterior photographs only.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984.
General Notes: Notes for this monument are included under general notes.
401 Palazzo Nobile 3 items
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There are four exterior views, including portal and window details.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984
401 Palazzo Pretorio 3 items
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Three exterior views of palazzo.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984.
General Notes: Like other smaller individual monuments in this town, the notes for this monument are included in the general notes.
401 Porta Nuova 8 items
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Two views, one frontal and one lateral, of the 15th-16th c. portal, probably based on a design of Giuliano da Sangallo.
401 S. Caterina 6 items
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Exterior views only of 15th cent. church.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984
401 S. Francesco 41 items
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Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture; funerary monuments. Post-medieval: Architecture; fresco; architectural sculpture; paintings on canvas
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign for this monument is undated.
401 S. Maria in Canonica 4 items
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Exterior views only of 13th cent. church, recently restored.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 29, 1984.
General Notes: Notes for this monument are included under general notes.
Montalcino (environs)
Abbey of S. Antimo
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412-414 Abbey church 303 items
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Artist Name: Azzone dei Porcari; Sodoma (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi); Spinello Aretino
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (9th century, 1118, c. 1250), wooden crucifix, painting, frescoes. Post-medieval: Fresco depicting the Resurrection
Object Notes: Two photocampaigns were made of this site, one of which occurred in 1983. Hutzel's notes document only the 1983 campaign; these prints are all found in the Medieval core collection.
General Notes: When these photos were sent, mislabelling of prints and negatives had occurred. Intermingling with prints and negatives of S. Agostino may have occurred. Please note that negative sleeves have been labeled Abbazia di S. Antimo.
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415 Chiese 35 items
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Medieval: Views of two unidentified churches in Montalcino . Post-medieval: Views of an unidentified church in Montalcino
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407 Farmacia dell'Ospedale 37 items
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Artist Name: Sodoma (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi)
Post-medieval: Frescoes
407 General Views 26 items
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Medieval: Unidentified structures in town center
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411 Madonna del Soccorso 4 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture
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408-410 Museo Civico 365 items
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Medieval: Entire manuscript. Manuscripts. Post-medieval: Sculpture and ceramics from local workshops (2nd half 12th century; Sienese maiolica; 14th century weapons
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410-411 Museo Diocesano 165 items
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Artist Name: Bartolo di Fredi; Duccio di Buoninsegna; Girolamo di Benvenuto del Guasta; Lorenzetti, Ambrogio; Martini, Simone; Sodoma (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi); Domenico di Niccolo dei Cori; Giovanni di Turino; Francesco di Valdambrino
Post-medieval: Painting, sculpture
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411 Rocca 34 items
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Artist Name: Foresi, Mino; Domenico di Feo
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (1361, 1559 additions)
Object Notes: The Rocca was built using elements of adjoining S. Martino and S. Giovanni
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411-412 S. Agostino 185 items
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Artist Name: Siena
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (14th century). Post-medieval: Frescoes (12th century) depicting saints, life of S. Agostino, the resurrection
General Notes: When these negatives were sent there was confusion with identifying these prints and negatives and those of S. Antimo. Some intermingling MAY still exist.
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414 S. Francesco 73 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, frescoes
414 S. Salvatore (Duomo) 37 items
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Medieval: Architectural sculpture (detached), remains of original church built c. 1000 . Post-medieval: Architecture (neo-classical remodelling c. 1818-32); painting; sculpture
Monte Amiata
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415 Abbazia di S. Salvatore 62 items
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Lombard church dating perhaps from the 8th century. Exterior views of facade. Interior views of nave, raised apse, few paintings and architectural details.
Object Notes: No Hutzel campaign notes.
Poggibonsi
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417-418 S. Lucchese 210 items
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Radicondoli
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418 Collegiate church 31 items
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Artist Name: Pietro di Domenico; Niccolo Tegliacci
Six exterior views of 16th c. church, including facade, clock tower, 17th c. portal, right and left flanks. Interior views of nave, altars, altar paintings, and painting details.
418 General views 7 items
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Views of city walls and portals.
418 Palazzo del Municipio 3 items
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Two views of 15th c. facade.
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419 S. Simone 40 items
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Artist Name: Della Robbia, Andrea
Six exterior views of 12th c. church, elongated in 14th c., including facade, flank, apse and courtyard. Interior views of single nave and altar, travertine capitals and sculpture.
General Notes: Two sets of prints made from a single set of negatives.
Serre di Rapolano
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421 General views 7 items
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Medieval: General views of architecture and architectural sculpture
421 Palazzo di Giustizia 27 items
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Artist Name: School of Siena
Medieval: Gothic architecture (restored) and architectural sculpture; fragments of fresco (14th century)
Object Notes: Includes attached loggia.
Sinalunga
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421 S. Bernardino 42 items
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Artist Name: Guididoccio Cozzarelle; Guidoccio Cozzarelli; Benvenuto di Giovanni
Exterior views of portal. Portal and vestibule date from the 15th cent. The church, with its octagonal cupola, date from the 17th cent. Interior views include: 4 of the Stations of the Cross, located in the vestibule; and frescoes of the Annunciation, a Baptism of Christ, and a Madonna & Child, which was painted in 1486 by Guidoccio Cozzarelli. There are also photos of architectural details of the octagonal cupola and of a wooden crucifix.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: March 7, 1983. Although there are notes for only one campaign, there is a second set of photos similar to, but not exactly like, the recorded set. The original numbers of this second set do not correspond to the numbers on the notes.


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