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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 XV. Umbria 69 boxes
Photographs of sites in Umbria with accompanying lists.
Arrangement note
Arranged alphabetically by city, general views of the city/historic center, and monument name.
Perguia
Arrone
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428 S. Giovanni 33 items
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Views of the interior, exterior, and interior frescoes.
428 S. Maria 55 items
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Views of the exterior, interior naves, and extensive coverage of the frescoes.
Beroide
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429 Parish church 2 items
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Views of the facade and gothic portal (Medieval core collection). Views of baroque interior and paintings.
429 S. Antonio Abate 26 items
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Six prints, five views of exterior and one general view of interior. Remaining views are of frescoes by Benozzo Gozzoli. One view of unidentified castle.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (l978) p. 217.
Bettona
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429 Palazzo Boccaioni 15 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
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430 Palazzo Podesta 48 items
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Owner: Pinacoteca
Artist Name: Perugino (Pietro di Cristoforo di Vannucci); Fiorenzo di Lorenzo; Doni, Adone; Tiberio d'Assisi
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, frescos, decorative arts
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Umbria, p. 142
430 S. Maria Maggiore 30 items
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Specific Location: Piazza Cavour
Artist Name: Niccolo di Liberatore; Dottori, Gerardo; Perugino (Pietro di Cristoforo di Vannucci)
Antiquities: Architectural fragments
Medieval: 13th century architecture. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco painting, 17th century remodel
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Umbria, p. 142
Bevagna
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431 Convento dell'Annunziata 47 items
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430 general views 2 items
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430 general views 7 items
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430 Pinacoteca F. Torti 41 items
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431 S. Agostino 65 items
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432 S. Filippo Neri 1 item
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432 S. Francesco 46 items
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432 S. Michele 7 items
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432 S. Silvestro 6 items
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432 Santuario della Madonna delle Grazie 44 items
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431 SS. Domenico e Giacomo 104 items
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Borgo Cerreto
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432 S. Lorenzo 18 items
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Artist Name: Angelucci, Camillo; Giovanni lo Spagna
Photos of exterior views only. Some photos of interior views, but most prints show the apse frescoes with details and the paintings and frescoes along the side walls. The apse frescoes show crucifixions and the other paintings show saints and the Madonna.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: February 19, 1983.
Bovara
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433 S. Pietro di Bovara 100 items
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Medieval: Architecture, Romanesque (12th century). Campanile added on to in 1582. Restored facade with rose and bifora windows, decorative friezes, and inscription. Interior is barrel vaulted with a trifora window; wooden crucifix (12th century); sculpture and carved choir stalls; stoups. Post-medieval: Architecture, Renaissance: cloister with a two-story loggia; modern presbytery; fresco
Campello sul Clitunno
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434 Chiesa della Bianca 42 items
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Artist Name: Cione, Giovan Pietro di Taddeo; Valadier, Giuseppe; Angelucci, Fabio di Gaspare; Lo Spagna
Post-medieval: Architecture, 16th century (1529) with portal by Cione; interior decoration and frescos (16-19th centuries) by Valadier, Angelucci, and lo Spagna
Campi Vecchio
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434 S. Salvatore 48 items
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Artist Name: Nicola da Siena; Domenico da Leonessa; Antonio Sparapane; Ottaviano nelli Gubbio; Giovanni Sparapane
Present church built in 14th cent. over the ruins of a Roman temple. The remains of the temple were removed to the National Museum in Perugia. Present church restored in 1970s. Interior views include iconostasis with saints, frescoes including scenes of the Adoration, the Last Supper and the Lamentation. Frescoes of the 4 Evangelists are in the vault. Also paintings of prophets, including David, Isaiah and Daniel. Saints include S. Sebastian. A large wooden cross, possibly dating from the 14th cent., was placed over the altar.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: July 10, 1982
General Notes: No prints for exterior views. Missing prints may be in Medieval core collection.
Caso
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435 Parish church 4 items
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435 S. Cristina 43 items
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Artist Name: Perinus Cesareus Perusinus; Lo Spagna
Medieval: Architecture . Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco painting
Object Notes: Negatives are missing that were previously accounted for.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Umbria, p. 376
Castel San Felice
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435 S. Felice di Narco 70 items
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Extensive coverage of surrounding town and exterior church facade, including portal, windows, and bell tower. Interior views of altars and paintings.
Cerreto di Spoleto
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436 Chiesa dell'Annunziata 25 items
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Artist Name: Felice Damiani; Giuseppe Ghezzi
Ove overall view of the medieval town; views of the facade and interior decoration; views of a 15th century baptismal font; many views of the of the Baroque sculpture and paintings which adorn the side chapels.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1983
436 S. Giacomo 54 items
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Cesi
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436 S. Antonio 40 items
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Artist Name: Tommaso da Cortona; Tommaso Arcangelo; Maesti di Casi; Dossale del Maestro di Cesi
Exterior views of church, including portals. Interior views of church. Sculptures of the Crucifixion, Saints Peter and Paul, Saint Onofrio and Dead Christ. Renaissance paintings. Frescoes of Madonna and Child with Saints and Crucifixion.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1982.
Citta della Pieve
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437 Madonna della Fatima 18 items
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Artist Name: Alfani, Domenico di Paride; Pomarancio, Nicolo
Exterior views of the thirteenth-century facade and cloister. Interior views of the domed interior, frescoed pendentives, and baroque altarpieces.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November, 8 1982
General Notes: The Santuario della Madonna di Fatima was previously the church of S. Francesco.
437 Oratorio di S. Bartolomeo 12 items
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Artist Name: Maestro degli Ordini
Views of the interior frescoes and wooden ceiling beams. The fresco of the Crucifixion with Saints, also known as the "Pianto degli angeli" by the Maestro degli Ordini dates to circa 1375-1400 according to the Marburg Index.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 8, 1982
General Notes: This oratory is either attached to or in the vicinity of the sancturary of the Madonna della Fatima.
437 Pozzo del Casalino 4 items
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Exterior views of building and well.
437 S. Lucia 20 items
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Artist Name: Zuccari, Federico; Nicolo Pomarancio; G. Brandi; Girolamo Troppa
Views of details of the 17th century painting and architectural decoration; in addition, details of a 14th century fresco cycle.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 8, 1982
437 S. Maria della Mercede 17 items
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Artist Name: Perugino
One view of the 17th century facade of the church; interior views show details of a fesco by Perugino.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1982
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438 Santuario della Madonna di Mongiovino 84 items
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Artist Name: Rocco di Tommaso; Nicolo Pomarancio; Giuliano da Verona; Bernardino da Siena; Lorenzo da Carrara; Arrigo Fiammingo; Johannes Wraghe; Arrigo Francesco di Alessandro da Fiesole; Valentino Martelli; Giovanni Patrizi; Mattia Battini di Citta di Castello
Views of the 16th century exterior include details of the portal sculpture. Interior views show details of the marble and stucco work, iconostasis, frescoed dome, altar paintings and marble statues.
Object Notes: Photo campaign date: 1982. This monument was previously catalogued as located in the city of Mongiovino.
General Notes: Many negatives of this monument can be found in the Marburg Index of Italian monuments under "Panicale-Mongiovino," fiche 286.
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437 SS. Gervasio e Protasio (Duomo) 85 items
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Corciano
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440 santuario della Madonna del Soccorso 49 items
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Foligno (environs)
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442 Abbazia di Sassovivo (Benedictine) 7 items
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Artist Name: Pietro de Maria; Nicola Vassalletto; Alessio di Beraldo; Marco da Roma
Exterior views of this Benedictine Abbey in the woods focus on the 13th-century cloister arcades and 14th-century blind arcade, comprised of colonnettes of different styles. Cloister views also include a well-head; and on the east cloister wall are heraldic devices among which figure a pair of lions, a cross, and crossed keys. Interior views focus on fresco fragments, including a depiction of the Last Supper with baroque columns. One view shows the names of the first abbots, architects, and stone masons of the abbey engraved in marble.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 6, 1982
General Notes: The artists named above are architects and stone masons who worked on the cloister.
442 ex chiesa dell'Annunziata 31 items
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Prints and negatives of this monument have been assigned numbers 1-20 to fuse Hutzel's ex chiesa dell'Annunziata sequence with the sequence mistakenly labelled chiesa dell'Ospedale. Views are of the exterior facade and the interior altars, cupola, paintings, crucifix and architectural sculpture.
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443 Monastery of S. Anna 155 items
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Artist Name: Lattanzio di Niccolo di Liberatore da Foligno; Mezzastris, Pierantonio
Post-medieval: 15th and 16th century frescos
Object Notes: Contains two sets of duplicate photographs
General Notes: also known as monstero delle Contesse
Accompanying Material: TCI/Umbria (1978) pp. 281-82
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444 Nunziatella 42 items
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Artist Name: Perugino (Pietro di Cristoforo di Vannucci); Lattanzio di Niccolo di Liberatore da Foligno
Post-medieval: 15th century architecture (b. 1494), paintings on canvas, frescoes . Church facade and interior altars and altar paintings.
General Notes: Two sets of prints made from the same negatives have been fused into a single numerical sequence.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Umbria (1978) p. 280
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442 Palazzo Trinci 124 items
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Artist Name: Niccolo di Liberatore; Odoardo Poggi; Mezzastris, Pierantonio; Gozzoli, Benozzo; Piermarini, Giuseppe; Ugolino di Gisberto; Bernardino di Mariotto; Doni, Adone; Bartolomeo di Tommaso da Foligno
Post-medieval: 14th century architecture (1389-1407), 19th century facade (1841-47), paintings on canvas, paintings on panel, frescoes, minor arts
Object Notes: pinocoteca is on second floor (no neg.s to date)
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI 1978, pp 275-278
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444 S. Bartolomeo 37 items
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Piermarini, Giuseppe; Lattanzio di Niccolo di Liberatore da Foligno; Damiani, Felice; Parrocel, Etienne I; Niccolo di Liberatore
Post-medieval: 15th century architecture (1415), largely renovated in the 18th century, stucco decoration, paintings on canvas and panel, frescos, wooden furnishings
444 S. Domenico 25 items
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Artist Name: Mezzastris, Pierantonio
Medieval: 13th century architecture (1251), 14th century campanile . Post-medieval: frescoes, stucco, wooden sculpture, paintings on panel, paintings on canvas
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI p. 278
444 S. Feliciano, Cathedral 68 items
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Owner: S. Feliciano, Cathedral
Artist Name: Raphael; Mattioli, Bartolomeo; Cola di Matteucio da Caprarola; Salvi, Filippo; Baglioni, Bartolomeo (Baccio d'Angelo); Bartolomei, Enrico; Piermarini, Giuseppe da Foligno; Niccolo di Liberatore; Pizzoni, Francesco; Mancini, Francesco; Maini, Giovanni Battista; Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger); Strada, Vespasiano; Croce, Baldassare (il Baldassarino); Lazzarini, Giovanni Andrea; Binello; Rodolfo
Antiquities: spolia
Medieval: 12th-13th century architecture (begun 1133), 12th century crypt . Post-medieval: 16th-20th century architectural renovations and restorations, architecural sculpture, mosaic, paintings on canvas, paintings on panel, sculpture, sculpture in wood, sculpture in silver, stucco, fresco
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Umbria, pp 274-275
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445 S. Giovanni in Profiamma 23 items
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Artist Name: Maestro Filippo
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, stone ciborium, metal crucifix. This church was constructed in the 11th-12th centuries from the remains of Roman buildings. The portal was built by a Master Filippo (1239), whose works are also known in Ancona. The interior of the church consists of a single nave, a presbytery and a crypt below. The columns of the crypt are spolia from earlier buildings, including an architrave from an 8th century structure.
Object Notes: Foligno environs.
445 S. Maria in Campis 81 items
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Artist Name: Niccolo di Liberatore; Mezzastris, Pierantonio
Post-medieval: 15th century architecture (begun 1452)
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI 1978, pp 282-283
445 S. Maria Infraportas 50 items
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Artist Name: Ugolino di Gisberto; Mezzastris, Pierantonio
Medieval: frescoes paintings on panel, wooden sculptures. Post-medieval: frescoes, paintings on panel, paintings on canvas, stucco, baptismal font, architectural sculpture
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Umbria, 1978, p. 278
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442 Via Mazzini 20 items
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Exterior photos of street and miscellaneous architecture.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: June 18, 1984. The negatives are missing and may be filed under another monument in Foligno.
Gubbio
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447 Chiesa della Madonna del Prato 60 items
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Exterior views of the Baroque archtecture of the church; interior photos show the extensive Baroque painting, sculpture and stucco decoration.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1982.
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446 Palazzo dei Consoli 99 items
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Artist Name: Nelli, Ottaviano di Martino; Nelli, Tommaso di Martino; Angelo da Orvieto; Francesco Signorelli; Pier Francesco Fiorentino; Crivelli; Pietro Alemanno; Pseudo Palmerucci; Matteo Balducci; Antonio Danesi; Frederico Damiani; Spagnoletto; Rutilio Manetti; Andrea Sacchi; Procaccini; Bendetto Nucci; Agabiti, Pietro Paolo; Ibi, Sinibaldo; Marco Marziale; Zuccarelli; Barocci; Caravaggio
Antiquities: Roman mosaic pavement (2nd century A.D., Iguvium); Etruscan bronze vessels; Roman sarcophagus; various fragments of relief sculpture and pottery. Many of these views are found in the Antiquities core collection, but all negatives are stored with the Hutzel collection negatives.
Views of the palazzo's medieval exterior--crenellations and romanesque arches. Interior views of the huge Salone with displays of Medieval and Roman artifacts. The objects in the Pinacoteca and Museo Civico include a glass chalice painted in oils, a wood intarsia desk, frescoes, reliquaries, crucifixes, polyptychs, diptychs, and various other altar paintings, as well as some secular paintings by the Venetian school. Subjects of paintings include: the three Graces, the Assumption, Crucifixion, Death of Rachel, Flight into Egypt, Holy Family, Madonna and Child, S. Ubaldo, S. Francesco, S. Chiara, S. Crescentino, S. Vicenzo, S. Lazaro, S. Scholastica, S. Paolo and numerous other saints.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1982.
General Notes: The Palazzo dei Consoli houses the collections of the Museo Civico and and Pinacoteca Comunale. Views of the Salone, on the ground floor of the palazzo, are catalogued under the Palazzo dei Consoli, together with views of the Museo Civico and the Pinacoteca Comunale.
446 Palazzo Ranghiasci-Brancaleoni 3 items
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Artist Name: Ranghiasci, Francesco
Three views of the neoclassical facade.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 1982.
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447 S. Domenico 52 items
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Artist Name: Colle, Raffaello del; Nelli, Ottaviano di Martino; Damiani, Felice; Nelli, Tommaso di Martino; Allegrini, Francesco; Mezzastris; Baglione, Giovanni; Eugubina school (1982)
Exterior views of the church in the Medieval core collection show a 14th-century facade. Most views are of the restored baroque interior (1765): the altar paintings which line the nave, chapel ceiling frescoes of the four Evangelists, wood intarsia choirstalls and a pulpit. Painting subjects include: the Last Supper, S. Domenico, S. Vincenzo Ferreri, S. Chiara, S. Martino, St. Peter Martyr, St. Francis, St. John the Baptist, the Annunciation, the Three Magi, the Flagellation, Mary Magdalene, and Christ Entombed.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 8, 1982
447 S. Francesco 33 items
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Artist Name: Bevignate da Perugia; Benedetto Nucci; Bernardino di Nanni dell' Eugenia; Nelli, Ottaviano di Martino
Exterior views of this church include: the octagonal bell tower, polygonal apse, ogival windows, rose window and courtyard. The interior views focus on the apse chapel fresco cycles, one with scenes from the Life of the Virgin, and the other with scenes from the life of St. Francis of Assisi (14th and 15th centuries). Other fresco and painting subjects include: the Crucifixion, the Deposition, and Christ Pantokrator.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 11, 1982.
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448 S. Pietro 52 items
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Artist Name: Sebastiano Stefanelli; B. Brozzi; Nucci, Virgilio; Allegrini, Francesco; Manetti, Rutilio; Nasini, Giuseppe Nicola; Manni, Giannicola di Paolo; Colle, Raffaello del; Maffei, Antonio; Maffei, G.B.; Giovanni Billori; Domenico Verciani; Enrico Tolignati; Francesco di Giorgio Martini; Giovanni Girilli
Immured in the 13th-century facade of this gothic church are some remnants of 11th-century architectural sculpture. In contrast to the stark exterior, the interior views reveal a rich baroque remodelling. Shallow niched altars line the nave. Organs stand above the entrance and the main altar. The seventeenth-century altar paintings include the following subjects: S. Ubaldo, the Archangel Michael, the Martyrdom of S. Bartolomeo, S. Bernardo Tolomei, S. Chiara, S. Mauro, S. Nicola, S. Placide, S. Sebastiano, the Nativity and the Visitation. Interior views also include the fresco by Raffaellino del Colle (16th century) and painted stucco decoration (17th century).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: November 17, 1982
448 S. Secondo 35 items
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Artist Name: Giacomo di Benedetto Bedi; Nocchi, Bernardino; Tofanelli, Stefano
Exterior views of the polygonal apse of trefoiled arches and cloister portals. Interior views include frescoes of the Life of St. Sebastian in the Cappella di Sebastiano o Panfili (15th century); votive frescoes of the Madonna and Child; paintings of the Death of St. Joseph and the Martyrdom of S. Secondo; a painted crucifix; and stucco work and paintings in the Salone Zucchari (which are missing their negatives). In the Medieval core collection are details of an 8th-century altar--the sole remains of the abbey church S. Donato di Pulpiano.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 1982.
Limigiano
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448 S. Michele 24 items
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Artist Name: Camassei, Andrea; Gentile da Fabriano; Alunno, Niccolo
Exterior views of romanesque church and cloister, with details of west facade reliefs and double-window. Interior views of the kitchen and refectory. Interior views of the church focus on frescoes: the Martyrdom of St. Sebastian, Madonna and Child, Crucifixion, Saint Michael. Also, a view of a 15th century bapitsmal font and painting of the Madonna and Child with Saint John the Baptist.
Massa Martana (environs)
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449 S. Maria in Pantano 11 items
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Antiquities: Roman gravestones used as altar bases, a Roman column used as a font, a reused historiated relief and frieze.
Exterior views of the Medieval architecture of the church: rose window, gothic portal, and tower. Interior views depict details of Medieval fresco fragments, columns and capitals, and a wooden crucifix.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 28, 1984
Montefalco
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449 S. Agostino 34 items
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Artist Name: Cola di Petrucciolo; Gozzoli, Benozzo; Mezzastris, Pierantonio; Alfani, Domenico di Paride; Scuola Eugubina (Gubbio School); Nelli, Ottaviano di Martino; Lorenzetti, Ambrogio; Ugolino di Gisberto; Umbrian School; Siena; Foligno Master (15th century); Barocci, Federico
Exterior views of the 13th century architecture of the church; interior views include frescoes dating from the 14th-16th centuries. Fresco subjects include the Madonna and Child, the Annunciation, the Coronation, the Madonna of the Misericordia, and the following saints: Pietro, Fortunato, Paolo, Severo, Agostino, Nicola da Tolentino and Caterina d'Alessandria.
Object Notes: One composite view of the interior is found in the Italy Oversize box in the Medieval core collection (H-7, H-8).
General Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 27, 1982
449 S. Bartolomeo 27 items
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Specific Location: Piazza Dante
Artist Name: Cozza, Francesco
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Umbria, p. 289.
449 S. Chiara 52 items
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Artist Name: Gozzoli, Benozzo; Foligno School; Giotto; Siena
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (16th century renovations); frescoes (14-15th century); sculpture Cloisters museum: sculpture, metalwork, painted crucifix, frescoes.
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450 S. Fortunato 32 items
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Artist Name: Tiberio d'Assisi; Gozzoli, Benozzo; Mezzastris, Bernardino; Melanzio, Francesco
Exterior views of the 15th century architecture of the church; interior views offer details of the fresco cycles in both the cloister and refectoryy.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1982
450 S. Illuminata 25 items
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Artist Name: Tiberio d'Assisi; Melanzio, Francesco; Mezzastris, Bernardino
Exterior views of the 15th century architecture of the church; interior views of the 16th century fresco decoration.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1982.
450 Santuario della Madonna della Stella 37 items
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Artist Name: Santini, Giovanni; Mariani, Cesare; Pollastrini, Enrico; Overbeck, Friedrich; Mancinelli, Giuseppe; Sereni, Giuseppe; Bontulli, Paolo
Exterior views of the 19th century architecture of the church; interior views show the Baroque decortion including painted altarpieces as well as stucco and marble work.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1982.
Montesanto
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451 General views 5 items
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Views in Hutzel are of the streets of Montesanto, ruins in the vicinity, and distant views of the town and surrounding countryside. These views form part of numerical sequence for Montesanto, S. Maria.
451 S. Maria, Parish church 63 items
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coverage includes views of the church facade, interior views of the nave and altar, and views of paintings by Virgilio Nucci, Camillo Angelucci, and others.
Nocera Umbra
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461 Clausura 8 items
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Post-medieval: Interior views of unidentified structure
461 S. Filippo 17 items
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Artist Name: Grandi, Francesco
Post-medieval: Modern church in romanesque gothic style. Altar painting "La morte di S. Filippo con apparizione della Madonna" by Grandi
461 S. Francesco 68 items
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Owner: Pinacoteca Comunale
Artist Name: Cimabue; Maestro di San Francesco; Niccolo di Liberatore; Matteo da Gualdo; Ercole Ramazzani; School of Umbria, 14th century; Rocco da Tommaso; Byzantine (15th century); Segna di Bonaventura
Post-medieval: Exterior views of architecture and architectural sculpture of S. Francesco Pinacoteca: fresco fragments, panel painting, polyptych, painting, miscelaneous architectural fragments
Norcia
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461 Castellina 51 items
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Views of exterior and courtyard; views of sculptures, frescoes, and crosses in museum collection (housed in the Castlellina).
General Notes: Some of the objects belong in the Palazzo Comunale museum; these have been reassigned numbers in that monument sequence. A number of prints, last noted as stored in Medieval section, are now missing, but we have the negatives which, where possible, have been assigned numbers corresponding to the Hutzel guide.
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462 Madonna della Neve 67 items
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Views of surrounding countryside; exterior views with details capitals; interior views of octagonal cupola, altars, and details frescoes by the Angelucci brothers.
General Notes: There are no negatives for this monument sequence.
462 Palazzo Comunale 46 items
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Six exterior views; remaining views are of the art objects housed in the structure.
462 S. Agostino 66 items
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Three prints of the exterior; the rest of the coverage is of the interior nave, altar, choir, crucifix, paintings, frescoes, and sacristy. Other prints form part of the numerical sequence for S. Agostino, even though the two monuments have never been part of the same complex. Coverage is primarily of the carved wood ceiling and the sculpture embedded in it.
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463 S. Benedetto 33 items
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Coverage is of the crypt and crypt paintings, the church exterior, and the nave and altars, but most of the views are of paintings.
463 S. Giovanni 39 items
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Exterior views of facade, flanks, and two portals; interior views of altars, ceiling, sculpture, crucifix, paintings, and ciborium.
Pale
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466 Eremo di S. Maria Giacobbe 83 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, fresco wall decoration. This structure was partly sculpted out of the rocks on the hillside and its interior is completely covered with frescoes dating from the 14th and 15th centuries. Above the main altar is a representation of S. Maria Giacobbe, by Lattanzio di Nicolo (1507).
Object Notes: 2 sets of prints: earlier set does not have any negatives. Most prints from the second set are duplicates of the first.
466 Parrocchiale 12 items
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Artist Name: School of Umbria, 14th century; Damiani, Felice
Medieval: Sculpture. Polychromed wooden statue of the Madonna and Child; a work of the Umbrian school from the first half of the 14th century. Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting. In a side altar is placed a painting of the Madonna and Child with saints, dated to 1584 and signed by Felice Damiani.
Object Notes: 2 sets of prints: the earliest set does not have negatives, but the prints in both sets are almost identical.
Paterno
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467 Parrocchiale 28 items
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Artist Name: Rocco di Tommaso
Post-medieval: Painting, baptismal font by Rocco da Vicenza (school)
Perugia
Convent
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467-468 S. Pietro 139 items
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Interior views with emphasis on paintings and sculpture; extensive views of illuminated manuscripts (negatives not printed).
General Notes: There are no prints assigned H-#s 43-57.
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467 Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria 75 items
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Views of Umbrian painting and sculpture.
Piedipaterno sul Nera
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469 Romitorio 27 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture; fragments of votive frescoes by Umbria School artist (15th century, 17th century); pascal candle; pulpit
Pieve di Confine
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469 Cascina Romanica 18 items
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Prints show old building (church?) with animal motifs and vegetation on the portal. Other exterior photos show a rounded apse end with niches.
Object Notes: No Hutzel notes.
Pieve Pagliaccia
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469 Parrocchiale 11 items
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Small church with rose window and a small campanile. Interior photos show fragments of frescoes in late Medieval and early Renaissance styles.
Object Notes: No Hutzel notes.
Ponte
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469 S. Maria 20 items
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Exterior views of church and apse end. Interior views of nave and paintings in the vaults, including the four Evangelists.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign dated: February 19, 1983. Notes are filed under Borgo Cerreto.
Postignano
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471 Castello 18 items
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Medieval: Civil architecture (14th century) . Post-medieval: Polygonal keep
Rocca S. Angelo
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471 S. Maria in Arce, Convent church 33 items
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Artist Name: Bartolomeo Caporali; Slavatore da Assisi; Matteo da Gualdo; School of Perugino
Exterior views of facade, apse and cloister. Interior views of altar, paintings and votive frescoes (14th-16th c.)
S. Giorgio
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472 Parish church 41 items
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These photographs were formerly filed under Norcia. Prints of the two exterior views are lost or missing. Remaining coverage is of the church interior, mostly of the frescoes.
S. Mamiliano
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472 S. Biagio 53 items
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Artist Name: Mezzastris, Bernardino; Siculo, Iacopo
Medieval: Architecture (15th century) . Post-medieval: Frescoes (Hutzel attributes to Mezzastris School); painting by Iacopo Siculo (1530); sculpture including statues, busts, baptismal font, monstrance
San Giacomo di Spoleto
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471 S. Giacomo 90 items
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Artist Name: Lo Spagna; Doni, Dono; Pittore di Poreta; Angeloni, Fabio; Camassei, Andrea; Bernardino d'Assisi
One exterior view and many negatives of this thirteenth-century church. Interior views focus on the apse and side chapel frescoes. In the apse: St. Mary Magdalen, St. Apollonia, St. James and two of his miracles, the Coronation of the Virgin. In the Cappella S. Sebastiano: St. Sebastian, St. Roch and Pope Gregory (1528 frescoes by Lo Spagna). To the right of the apse: the Madonna, Angels, Saints Peter, Anthony Abbot, and Bartholomew. Also views of altar paintings, reliquaries, gilt crucifix, and two wooden candle holders/statues of boys (17th century).
Object Notes: Hutzel made two photo campaigns of this church, first on February 7, 1982 and then on January 31, 1983. There are only 50 different views for the 82 prints. Thus it seems that most of the photographs come from the same campaign though Hutzel made two separate worksheets. The photos have been renumbered.
Sant'Anatolia di Narco
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472 S. Maria delle Grazie 22 items
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Artist Name: Master of Eggi; Cesarei, Piero; Mezzastris, Pierantonio; Pier Matteo Piergili
Exterior views of this 16th century church are found in the Medieval core collection. Views of the romanesque interior focus mainly on the apse frescoes. In the sacristy are wooden crucifixes and two paintings of interesting iconograhpy: one of a female saint with a knife in her neck next to a dragon (perhaps St. Lucy or St. Martha?), and one of a young Christ asleep on a cross in front of Joseph and Mary. He is amidst objects such as a skull, dice, a knife and ear, carpentry tools, Veronica's veil, and perhaps Judas' silver.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: February 7, 1982
Scheggino
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473 S. Nicolo 42 items
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Artist Name: Lo Spagna; Giovanni di Girolamo; Cesarei, Picro; Abbatini, Guidubaldo; Piermarino di Giacomo
Post-medieval: Built 13th century, remodelled 16th century. Architecture; frescoes by Spagna, with Giovanni di Girolamo and Piermarino di Giacomo; in cappella del Rosario painting by Pierino Cesarei da Perugia (1595), and painting by Guidobaldo Abbatini
Sellano
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474 S. Maria 24 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, fresco painting, sculpture, painting
Spello
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474 General views 1 item
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Only one panoramic view of Spello is found in the Hutzel collection, but many negatives exist. Negatives filed under General views also include unidentified buildings and sculptures, such as bas-reliefs, fountains, and capitals.
Hutzel photo campaign date of Spello: September 14, 1983
474 Palazzo Comunale 35 items
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Maestro Prode; Cola di Petrucciolo; Nicolo di Liberatore da Foligno; Corbo, Tommaso; Mezzastris, Bernardino; Gozzoli, Benozzo; Zuccari, Federico
Exterior views of this Romanesque-Gothic structure (13th-14th centuries) include a courtyard with a well, a wooden loggia, and the frescoed cross-vault of a portico. Views of the interior focus on two rooms. The baroque room is decorated with a ceiling fresco (18th century) of landscapes, nude figures holding portrait-shields of eminent citizens, and a balustrade. What Hutzel calls the "Zucarri Salon" or "Pinacoteca" is filled with religious paintings, frescoes, marble busts, crucifixes, a German sculpture of the Pieta (15th century), and a diptych by Petruccioli.
Hutzel photo campaign date: September 14, 1983
474 S. Girolamo 46 items
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Artist Name: Mezzastris, Bernardino; Mezzastris, Pierantonio; Pinturicchio; Rocco di Tommaso; Corbo, Tommaso
Exterior views of this church (1474) focus on its cloister and a Renaissance portico of the Ionic order. In the portico are frescoes of S. Girolamo and also of the Stigmatization of St. Francis. The baroque interior (17th century) is overflowing with statues and paintings. The ceiling is frescoed with illusional architecture, wreaths, and a central oval with putti and S. Girolamo. Views focus on Pinturicchio's Marriage of the Virgin and a fresco by Mezzastris of the Madonna and Child with St. Sebastian and St. Roch.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: September 1983
474 S. Lorenzo 64 items
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Artist Name: Lo Spagna; Pinturicchio; Cruciano Egidiucci da Bettona; Flaminio Vacca da Roma; Ascensidonio Spacca (Il Fantino); De Castello Flander; Frans van de Kasteele di Bruxelles; Lodovico Caffarelli da Castello; Carlo Lorenti; Teodosio Quintavilla; Andrea Campano da Modena; Francesco Costantini; Paolo Vanni; Piermarini; Bazzani, Cesare; Mezzastris, Pierantonio; Corbo, Tommaso; Gozzoli, Benozzo
Antiquities: Roman spolia: funerary inscriptions and plutei around the portal.
S. Lorenzo (1120) stands on the site of the former S. Ercolano. Exterior views of the portal (13th century) and facade (remodelled in 1540). Interior views focus on the painting and sculpture (15th-18th centuries): marble intarsia baptismal font (1607); main altar baldachin (an imitation of the one in St. Peter's, Rome); wood intarsia choirstalls; wooden wardrobe and chest in the Sacristy with the intarsiaed figured of Moses, Noah and Zaccariah; wooden pulpit with bas-reliefs of the Martyrdom of S. Lorenzo; frescoes in the neoclassical Cappella dell'Incoronata; marble tabernacle in the Cappella del Sacramento; baroque altar of St. Catherine; frescoes of the Madonna and Child (by Gozzoli), S. Lorenzo, and S. Bernardino da Siena; altar painting of the Glorification of Souls in Purgatory; gilt statue of S. Nicola; and various other paintings, frescoes and statues.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: September 14, 1983
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475 S. Maria della Rotonda 59 items
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Artist Name: Giovanni and Bartolino da Domodossola; Simone Mosca da Terezano; Mezzastris, Bernardino
Located on the outskirts of Spello, this church stands in a state of semi-dilapidation among tall grasses and cypress trees. It was built on a Greek cross plan with an octagonal cupola and attached cloisters. The Renaissance portal (1517) remains shut as the key is now lost. Interior views focus on the octagonal cupola, the three altarpieces, and their frescoes which are all in urgent need of repair. The large main altarpiece acts as a choir screen, and separates one arm of the church from the rest of the interior. Subjects of the altar frescoes (by Mezzastris) include the Madonna Lactans, the Madonna and Child between Pope Gregory and St. Michael, the Virgin and St. Anne, the Annunciation, the Coronation of the Virgin, and Saints Peter and Michael.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: September 1983.
General Notes: This church is more commonly known as the Chiesa Tonda.
475 S. Silvestro 27 items
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Specific Location: Mount Subasio, 2 kilometers from Collepino
Antiquities: Architectural fragments, sculptural fragments
Medieval: Architecture, fresco fragments
Object Notes: According to tradition, it was built in 1025 by S. Romualdo, the founder of the Camaldolese order. Documentation exists from 1083.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Umbria, p.210 (Collepino)
Spoleto (environs)
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479 S. Salvatore 39 items
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Artist Name: Serlio; Francesco di Giorgio Martini; Peruzzi, Baldassare; Sanmicheli, Matteo
Although first erected in the early 5th century on the remains of a Roman temple, the exterior views reveal a 14th century facade stripped of its marble, and three portals (two of which are blind) with marble architraves. Interior views focus on the Doric and Corinthian columns and capitals, fragments of entablature, and poorly preserved frescoes (13th-14th centuries).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 4, 1983. A few of the missing negatives may be found in the Marburger Index.
General Notes: Hutzel's notes of S. Salvatore also include notes on the adjacent cemetery of Spoleto. Views of the cemetery have been catalogued separately under Spoleto, Cemetery.
479 S. Sebastiano 33 items
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Artist Name: Lo Spagna
Most views of this small chapel focus on the interior frescoes. The Madonna and Child flanked by St. Roch and St. Sebastian are frescoed on the altar wall. On the side wall are three more frescoes of St. Sebastian.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: August 6, 1983.
General Notes: Hutzel developed two sets of photographs from these negatives; thus, some prints hae been renumbered to correspond with their duplicates.
479 Tempietto sul Clitunno 30 items
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The west facade of this early Christian church (after c. 600), takes the shape of a Roman temple with its portico and entablature. Exterior views focus on the columns. As the church is built into a hill, the east end and semi-circular apse sit very low to the ground. Interior views include: the main altar with an aedicula, and frescoes of St. Peter, St. Paul, and Christ Pantokrator.
General Notes: This church is also known as the church of S. Salvatore.
Spoleto
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475 Cemetery 8 items
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Views of family grave chapels; Betti, Marcelli, Cesaroni, Bidolli are the visible family names.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 4, 1983
General Notes: This cemetery is accessible through the church of S. Salvatore.
475 General views 2 items
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Views of a large castle and various buildings built on a gradual incline. Negatives of an unidentified monument show a somewhat isolated complex on a hill. One print in the Medieval core colletion shows the Piazza del Duomo.
475 Palazzo Comunale, Pinacoteca Comunale 82 items
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Nicolo di Liberatore da Foligno; Antonello de Saliba; Baldi, Lazzaro; Catena, G.; Cesari, Giuseppe; Conca, Sebastiano; Giacomo di Giovanni; Master of Cesi; Maratti, Carlo; Petronia, Genevra; Pinturicchio; Quillerier, Noel; Raphael; Refini, Francesco; Salimbene; Lo Spagna; Spranger, Bartholomaeus; Troppa, Girolamo; Unterberger, Cristoph; Ventiletti, Faustina; Zaloni, Benedetto
Interior views focus on the paintings. A few frescoes and one reliquary are also included. (Negatives show artifacts displayed in exterior sections of the Palazzo Comunale, which is the structure that houses the Pinacoteca.) Among the subjects of the paintings are: the Calling of St. Matthew (after Caravaggio), portrait of a Palettoni, the Annunciation, Job, St. Sebastian, Charity, Venus, several Madonna and Childs (one after Giovanni Bellini), St. Ponziano, St. Agatha, the Dormition of the Virgin, Christ, the Crucifixion, and the Holy Family.
Hutzel photo campaign date: 1/31/83
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476 S. Ansano 23 items
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Artist Name: Dotti, Antonio; Lo Spagna; Ricci, Archita; Corvi, Domenico
Antiquities: To the left of S. Ansano stands the Arco di Druso (23 A.D.). Beneath the church are the remains of the Tempio Romano and the Crypt of S. Isacco, on which S. Ansano was built.
Exterior views: neoclassical facade (17th century) with Greek Corinthian capitals; high relief sculpture of the Madonna and Child with saints above the portal; cloister (15th century). Views of neoclassical interior: barrel vaulted-ceiling, Roman composite capitals of the main altarpiece, altar paintings. Views of the crypt S. Isacco (8th century): Roman columns and early Romanesque capitals; frescoes (11th-12th centuries) of the life of Christ, martyrs, monks and saints, including S. Isacco and St. Martial.
General Notes: Hutzel campaign date: 1/24/83
476 S. Brizio 40 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculptural fragments . Post-medieval: Painting, fresco painting
Object Notes: Surrounded by walls of the 1200's; the parish of the 12th century has the form of a basilica with 3 naved apses, presbytery and crypt with 4 naves under columns. A Roman sarcophagus, according to tradition, was used as a sepulchre of S. Brizio. Also included are antique materials, frescoes of the 15th and 16th centuries, ciborium in stone from the 16th century, and painted panel of 1547. No information provided by Hutzel, see TCI, Umbria, p.347.
476 S. Domenico 111 items
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Lanfranco, Giovanni; Coccetti, Liborio; Nebbia, Cesare; da Miranda, Bartolomeo; Refini, Francesco; Fontana, Giovanni; Nucci, Avanzino; Bandiera, Benedetto; Cesarei, Piero; Gozzoli; Master of Fossa; Umbrian School
Exterior views of 13th-14th century church restored in 1960: striped facade, bell tower, and portals. Interior views reveal a gothic structure with high ceilings, pointed arches, and an apse with stained glass windows. Fragments of preserved frescoes are visible in the white walls. Most views are of paintings and frescoes in the three chapels and crypt. In the chapel of St. Mary Magdalen are extensive fresco cycles (early 15th century), of the saint. The Callicola chapel and Chapel of the Sacrament are baroque chapels with stucco decoration and marble altars. In the crypt--formerly the Chiesa di S. Pietro Martire--are 14th century frescoes.
One exterior view in the Medieval section is located in the Italy Oversize box. [Negatives: (H-1) MED and (H-2) MED]
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477 S. Eufemia 6 items
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Artist Name: Bartolomeo da Miranda
Antiquities: Ten capitals from a Roman temple.
Exterior views include the facade, apse and short bell tower. Interior views of an almost bare church, with small windows on all three levels: the clerestory, gallery and aisle. Of particular interest to TCI is the women's gallery. Hutzel's prints focus on a marble pilaster (8th-9th centuries), a marble cosmati work altar with the four Evangelists and Agnus Dei in bas-relief (13th century), and a pier frescoed with St. Lucy (1455).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 1/31/83
477 S. Filippo 36 items
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Scelli, Loreto; Lapis, Gaetano; Conca, Sebastiano; Refini, F.; Baldi, Lazzaro
Exterior views of baroque church, begun 1640, and the Piazza Mentana. Interior views: cupola with stucco decoration, elaborate cornices and stuccoed cupids along the arcade, atlars, atlar statues and altar paintings. Altar painting subjects include: the Presentation of the Virgin, St. Francis of Paola, St. Francis de Sales, St. Joseph and the Christ Child.
477 S. Giuliano 17 items
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Artist Name: Master of Eggi
Exterior views of 12th century church include: bell tower, and relief sculpture in main portal jambs (6th century spolia). Interior views: nave, arcade capitals (10th century), apse frescoes of the Madonna, Christ and various saints (1442), and fresco fragments on the aisle and arcade walls.
477 S. Gregorio Maggiore 50 items
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Artist Name: Angeloni, Fabio; Benedetto da Rovezzano; Conca, Sebastiano
Exterior views of a restored 12th century church: bell tower; facade with niched saints, triforium windows (12th century), and porch (16th century); cloister; frescoed baptismal chapel (1536) and font (15th century). General views of interior and crypt: remnants of frescoes by Umbrian artists (13-16th centuries), including two of the Madonna lactans; altar frescoes of Saints Sebastian, Roch, and Abbondanza around a marble tabernacle (1526); holy water fonts (14th century); baroque domed chapel with fresco and stucco decoration and tabernacle; apse frescoes of clerical saints in medallions (11th century); Roman steles used as altar bases; sarcophagus of St. Abbondanza; columns and capitals of various styles.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: February 9, 1983
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478 S. Maria Assunta, Cathedral 156 items
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Artist Name: Duca, Giacomo del; Lippi, Filippo; Pinturicchio; Carracci, Annibale; Coccetti, Liborio; Concioli, Antonio; Corvi, Domenico; Labruzzi, Pietro; Giovanni Andrea di Ser Moscato; Damiano di Mariotto da Spoleto; Nardini, Francesco; Perugino; Raphael; Parrocel, Etienne; Luigi Arrigucci; Giuseppe Valadier; Jacopo siculo; Alberti, Giovanni; Algardi, Alessandro; Cesari, Giuseppe; Unterberger, Cristoforo; Diamante, Fra; Piermatteo Lauro de' Manfredi da Amelia; Refini, Francesco; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Pippo di Antonio; Solsternus; Castelli, Domenico; Ciampichitto; Ambrogio da Milano
Exterior views: facade (12th century) with details of the rose window, blind gallery, classicizing architectural sculpture, portal with jambs of inhabited vinescroll, campanile with reused relief fragments (7th-8th centuries), and painting of Christ Blessing flanked by St. John and Virgin Mary (1207). Interior views: pavement in geometric patterns; apse frescoes by Fra Fillipo Lippi (1469) with scenes from the Nativity; fresco of the Pieta by Pinturicchio in the Cappella Eroli (1497); frescoes in the Cappella del'Assunta of Saints Jerome, Michael and Lucy, and ceiling frescoes of Noah, Adam and Melchisedek; paintings, cruicifixes, marbles busts of the Cardinal Eroli and Lippi in the Cappella delle Reliquie; marble statues of Kings David and Solomon in the baroque Cappella della SS. Icone; 14th and 15th century frescoes and a baroque frieze in the Cappella S. Anna; and perhaps a marble statue by Bernini in the wood-panelled sacristy (16th century).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 1/15/83
478 S. Maria della Manna d'Oro 38 items
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Artist Name: Conca, Sebastiano; Costantini, Nicola
Exterior views of the octagonal church now used as a baptistery. Interior views of oil paintings by Conca (1735), the tomb statue of Bishop Bernardino Lauri, and the massive octangonal baptismal font (15th century), decorated with bas-reliefs depicting scenes from the Nativity to the Marriage at Cana.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 1/31/83
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479 S. Nicolo 30 items
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Medieval: Architecture. 4 views of the facade and portal are found in the Medieval core colletion. Other exterior views of the arcade. Interior views focus on the polygonal apse which is perforated by a series of high double windows.. Post-medieval: Fresco painting and a detail of the portal lunette fresco.
Object Notes: Included in part of a zone of late medieval urban expansion. Church has plan of simple rectangle with the four angles reinforced by robust buttresses. See xerox copy of descriptive information provided by Hutzel.
General Notes: The apse of S. Nicolo sits directly above the church, Santa Maria della Misericordia
479 S. Pietro 4 items
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All exterior views, with a focus on the late 12th century facade relief sculpture around portal. Subjects include: birds; St. Michael and the dragon; animals and vinescroll; animal and human in combat; life of St. Peter; animals in combat; symbols of the Evangelists; oxen; ox with snake in mouth; St. Peter; and St. Andrew. Cosmatesque mosaic inlay in oculi, guilloches above portal, voussoirs, and in the square border around the circular window.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 4, 1983
479 S. Rocco 21 items
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Artist Name: Francesco da Pietrasanta; Bertosi, Francesco; Arcangelo Aquilini
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, fresco painting fragments, sculpture, fresco painting
General Notes: See Hutzel's description of site.
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477 SS. Giovanni e Paolo 38 items
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Artist Name: Piergli, Pier Matteo; Sozio, Alberto; Master of Eggi
Interior views of 12th century church all focus on frescoes (late 12th-14th centuries). Fresco subjects include: one of the first documented representations of St. Francis; the martyrdom of St. Thomas Becket of Canterbury; Herod's banquet; St. John and St. Paul beheaded; doors to Paradise; Crucifixion; St. John the Baptist; Madonna and Child Enthroned; St. Gregory as Pope and Saint; St. Joseph; St. Antony of Padua; St. Alo; St. Catherine; St. Jerome; St. Lawrence; St. Ansano; St. Michael slaying dragon; St. Margaret; St. Taddeus; St. Anthony Abbot; St. Clare.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 1/21/83
Terni
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481 Anfiteatro Romano 2 items
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Antiquities: Architectural ruins (32 a.d.). Patterned stonework.
481 Palazzo Bianchini-Riccardi 20 items
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Artist Name: Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger)
Post-medieval: Architecture (16th century) with rusticated portal; frieze decorated with fleur-de-lis; fountain; sculpted busts mounted on column fragments
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483 Palazzo dei Mazzancolli 20 items
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Antiquities: Various Roman fragments
Medieval: Dressed stone architecture (14th century) , restored in 1878 and 1927; architectural metalwork; double loggia with intact staircase; misc. fragments in marble. Post-medieval: Fresco (19th or 20th century)
483 Palazzo Posta e Telegrafo 19 items
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Artist Name: Bazzani, Cesare
Post-medieval: Frescos (19th/20th century)
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484 Palazzo Sciamanna 5 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture (16th century)
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481 Torre dei Barbarasa 4 items
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Medieval: Romanesque architecture: one of the few remaining medieval towers in the city
481 Via Cavour 5 items
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Antiquities: Fragments
Medieval: Portal; inscription
Todiano
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487 S. Bartolomeo 79 items
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Specific Location: S. Bartolomeo
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487 S. Maria, Parish church 3 items
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Medieval: . Exterior views of church.
487 Tower 1 item
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Front view of garrison tower.
Todi
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486 General views 9 items
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Panoramic views of Todi and views of the Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, including the Palazzo dei Priori, the Palazzo del Popolo, the Palazzo del Capitano (which houses the collections of the Pinacoteca civica and the Museo estruco-romano), and the Porta Principale.
Prints in the Medieval core collection are found under Todi, Panaramas/Palazzi/Piazzi.
486 Pinacoteca 38 items
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Artist Name: Bencivenni, Antonio; Lo Spagna; Damiani, Felice; Pier Francesco Fiorentino; Polinori, Andrea
Antiquities: Roman bust and architectural fragments from the Etruscan and Roman periods excavated in the territory of Todi.
Views are mainly of Renaissance paintings and frescoes, and also medieval statues. Among the paintings: a copy of Guido Reni's Susanna and the Elders; a Madonna and Child with Saints by Polinori; St. Bernardino Tomitano da Feltre bu lo Spagna.
Object Notes: Photos were taken in 1960.
General Notes: The Pinacoteca civica, the Museo etrusco-romano and the Archivio comunale are all housed in the Palazzo del Capitano.
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487 S. Fortunato 41 items
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Artist Name: Giovanni di Santuccio; Bartolo di Angelo; Giotto; Polinori, Andrea; Vannucci, Nicola; Masolino da Panicale
Exterior views of this church focus on the facade portals (1430-1436). Flanking the center portal are aediculae with statues of the Archangel Gabriel and the Virgin of the Annunciation. The portal sculpture is comprised of elaborately carved colonettes; the subjects include nude men in foliage, prophets, saints, martyrs, patriarchs, inhabited vinescroll, grapevines, fig leaves, Abraham and Isaac, and a scene of the stigmatization of St. Francis.. Views of this 13th-15th century gothic interior include details of vaulted ceilings, sacristy portals, the polygonal apse, a crucifix in olive wood, choirstalls, the marble high altar with bishops painted in the trefoil arches, choirstalls, a holy water basin, fresco fragments of the Giotto school, a painting of the Coronation of the Virgin over Todi by Polinori, and various altar paintings. In the crypt are sepulchral monuments of Jacopone da Todi and the family Tudertini, a tomb reliquary of Saints Cassiano, Callista and Fortunato, a votive fresco of the Virgin with St. John and the Christ Child, and other remnants of frescoes among paintings.
Object Notes: Negatives include views of the attached friary.
487 S. Maria della Consolazione 22 items
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Medieval: Sculptural fragments, sculpture. Post-medieval: Sculptural fragments, architectural sculpture, painting, frescos, sculpture
487 SS. Annunziata, Duomo 37 items
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Artist Name: Pian di Porto; Manni, Giannicola di Paolo; Lo Spagna; Fenzoni, Ferrau; Bencivenni, Antonio (Antonio da Mercatello)
Medieval core collection: exterior and interior views of this 12th-16th century structure. Exterior photo coverage includes the three rose windows, architectural sculpture of the apse and nave walls, bell tower and a sculpted man's head in a roundel with an inscription. Views of the interior, restored in 1958, focus on the nave capitals (c. 1270) which are largely Corinthianesque. Between the acanthus of some pier capitals are sculpted figures, including St. Peter, St. Paul, St. Michael, Christ, and the Virgin with the Holy Spirit.. Hutzel collection: exterior views of the main rose window, portal sculpture (c. 1520) and details of the wooden doors carved with bishops. Interior views include: a large fresco of the Last Judgment by il Faenzone (inspired by Michelangelo's); wood intarsia choirstalls; a painted crucifix in the style of Cimabue (late 13th century); a gothic baptismal font; marble statues; an altarpiece from which only the Virgin's head emerges three-dimensionally; fresco fragments; an altar painting of the Madonna and Child between St. Roch and St. Catherine; and gravestones/sepulchral effigies. Negatives show that Hutzel's photo campaign included the crypt.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: February 14, 1983.
General Notes: Views of the Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II and surrounding buildings discussed in Hutzel's notes of this monument have been catalogued under Todi, General views.
Trevi
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489 Chiesa della Madonna delle Lacrime 78 items
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Artist Name: Marchisi, Antonio; Giovanni di Gian Pietro da Venezia; Lo Spagna; Angelucci da Mevale; Angeloni, Fabio; Raphael; Perugino
Views of the plain exterior focus on the sculpted portal. The spacious, white-walled interior is filled with various altarpieces and tomb monuments of the Valenti family (Romolo, Filiberto, Cardinal Erminio). The following subjects and saints figure in the altarpieces: S. Ubaldo, Ss. Battista and Antonio di Padova, S. Agostino, St. Francis, St. Joseph, St. Peter, St. Paul, Jonah, David, sibyls, prophets, the Annunciation, the Nativity, the Betrothal of the Virgin, the Flight into Egypt, the Visitation, a Madonna and Child that shed tears of blood in 1485 (now adorned with necklaces), the Deposition, the Resurrection, and various other saints and angels. Other views include a holy water font, walnut-wood benches, a marble crucifix and a Coiugali tomb.
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488 Collegio Etiopico Pontificio 79 items
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Artist Name: Fabri, Girolamo; Zuccari, Federico; Pietro da Cortona
The three exterior views of the Renaissance building (16th century) include the Carrara coat-of-arms and a plaque above the portal which indicate that this collegio was formerly the Palazzo Carrara and later also the residence of Cardinal Johannes Hais. Most views, however, are of the frescoed ceilings by Zuccari and Pietro da Cortona. Subjects include landscapes, allegorical figures, Apocryphal and Old Testament stories (Susanna and the Elders, Samson and Delilah, Joseph and Potiphar's wife, Daniel), saints, landscapes, putti, and illusionistic frames.
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489 Palazzo Communale, Pinacoteca 63 items
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Artist Name: Cesare Aureli; Giovanni Spagna; Pinturicchio; Frederico Barocci; Giusto di Grand; Cola Petruccioli
Views of the 15th century facade of the Palazzo Communale and the Piazza Mazzini. Views of the fine collection of Umbrian painting, sculpture, metal work and Deruta Maiolica in the Pinacoteca. Of special note is a sculptural group which is an excellent example of the great 19th century sculptor Cesare Aureli. The photos also show the encycolpedic collection of Umbrian paintings (14th-16th centuries) highlighted by works of Giovanni Spagna, Giusto di Grand and Pinturricchio.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1984.
General Notes: Prints H-35, 37, 46 and 48 were erroneously attributted to Benozzo Gozzoli by Hutzel.
489 S. Francesco 37 items
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Artist Name: Ciburri, Simone; Reni, Guido; Angelucci, Fabio
Exterior views of the 13th-century Cistercian church focus on the gothic main portal. The interior, restored in 1977, include: frescoes of saints Ventura, Nicola and Andrea (15th century); an organ (16th century); an altar fresco by Angelucci of the Madonna and Child and saints with Christ and Veronica in the lunette; a marble intarsia altarpiece with a painting of the Madonna and Child with saints Peter, Paul and perhaps scenes of the Last Judgment; a painting the Crucifixion; an Umbrian painted crucifix; tomb monuments of the Attavanti family; a tomb effigy (in relief) of the hermit St. Ventura; fresco fragments; and a holy water font.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 11, 1984
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490 S. Maria di Pietrarossa 78 items
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Vallo di Nera
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490-491 S. Maria 219 items
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Artist Name: Rimini school (14th century); Francesco di Antonio di Bartolomeo; Arcangelo di Cola da Camerino
Medieval: Exterior, architecture and architectural sculpture (12th-13th centuries) . Post-medieval: Fresco painting, partially destroyed after 1973 earthquake (12th-17th centuries)
General Notes: Hutzel sent sheet from earlier photo campaign of same site, comprising 92 prints. Sheet indicates mainly painting material. Able to locate only 3 prints.
Schifanoia
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473 Parish church 26 items
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473 S. Michele Arcangelo 86 items
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Medieval: Architecture (14th century); pavement . Post-medieval: Frescos (14th-16th centuries)
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name. According to his notes, Schifanoia is a part of Narni.
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432 Parish church 8 items
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448 Church of Caprignone 1 box
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Teramo
Sant'Angelo
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472 Madonna Bianca 56 items
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Extensive coverage of the Romanesque facade and portico. Remaining coverage is mostly of the Madonna statue by Francesco Ferrucci, and the frescoes by Domenico da Leonessa.
General Notes: Photographs of this church were previously filed under both Norcia and Ancarano. Negatives, now lost, were previously filed under Ancarano.
Terni
Acquasparta
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422 Chiesa del Crocefisso 26 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture (1606); wall painting (16-17th century); wooden altar (16th century).
Object Notes: Structure now used as a youth club
422 Palazzo Cesi 133 items
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Alviano
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423 Castle 24 items
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Antiquities: Stone relief carving of togated male figure with fascii flanking of late etruscan or republican date
Views of the castle's exterior, the courtyard, and the interior of the castle church, including one antiquity and several paintings.
Amelia
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427 Cathedral 76 items
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Artist Name: Sangallo; Agostino di Duccio; Perini, Giovanni Francesco; Agostino di Duccio; Pomarancio (Niccolo Circignani); Scalza, Ippolito; Zuccari; Agresti, Livio (Ricciutello)
Medieval: Tombstones, baptismal font . Post-medieval: Original romanesque church completely remodelled 1640. Architecture, architectural sculpture, views of interior including altar and organ, baptismal font, tombs, pavement by Sangallo, paintings, frescoes. Extensive coverage of exterior, interior naves and altars, tombs, burial chapel and paintings.
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423 General Views 48 items
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Antiquities: Architecture. Segments of polygonal wall (mura polygonali), 5th century B.C.
Medieval: Architecture & architectural sculpture. Panoramic & general views of the city; streets, buildings, courtyard portals & house doors, capitals. Views include Chiesa S. Michele, Palazzo Braschi, palazzo & window in "Guelph style, Porta S. Agostino, Porta Leone, "Northwest" Porta . Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture. Views of Palazzo Pamphili, palazzo in Baroque style, portals, coats of arms & insignia
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: September 9, 1985.
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426 Madonna del Latte 16 items
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Artist Name: Sangallo, Antonio; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Lapis, Gaetano; Abbatini, Guidubaldo; Foligno School
Medieval: Church, 15-16th (?) centuries . Post-medieval: Views of interior include main altar in marble & gilt wood, a 13th century fresco of nursing madonna (Madonna del Latte) as altarpiece, 17th & 18th century paintings over the 2 Baroque-style side alters
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: September 1985. Notes for this church are part of the notes for S. Maria di Porta and the Via del Teatro.
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423 Palazzo Comunale 119 items
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Artist Name: Pomerancio; Piermatteo da Amelia; Agresti, Livio (Ricciutello)
Antiquities: Architecture & architectural sculpture, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Remains & fragments of former Roman palace & of sepulchres, capitals, statues, gravestones, sarcophagi, sacrificial altar.
Medieval: Architectural sculpture: sarcophagus, capitals . Post-medieval: Architecture & architectural sculpture. Piazza del Municipio (Piazza Matteotti) with view of Palazzo Comunale; portal; coats of arms & insignia. Interior views of frescoes, friezes, 16th & 17th century paintings in Salons I & II
Object Notes: The Palazzo Comunale stands on the site of a Roman palace of the pre-Christian era. The Antiquities fragments & remains are displayed in the courtyard of the Palazzo and in the grotto-like rooms of the former Roman palace. Hutzel photo campaign date: September 9, 1985.
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424 Palazzo Petrignani 124 items
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Artist Name: Zuccari, Giampietro
Post-medieval: 16th century frescoes, restored ; views of exterior.
424 Palazzo Pietrella 19 items
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Roman mosaic floor, black & white, geometric design with stylized flower ornament
Post-medieval: Renaissance door leading to cellar. Second storey contains private collection of furniture (including a small bench) & other expensive items from 13-14th centuries & 17th century
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425 Palazzo Venturelli 77 items
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Artist Name: Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger)
Post-medieval: Palazzo built by Cardinal Venturelli in 15th century by Antonio da Sangallo on remains of a roman palace from 1st century B.C. Roman mosaic floor. Frescoes, stucco decorations. A few exterior views, several views of cellar that focus on mosaic floor and many views of Salon of the Venturelli Cardinals, including furniture, floors, ceiling, and frescoes.
General Notes: No entry for Palazzo Venturelli in TCI; information from Hutzel's notes and attributions.
425 Porta Romana 7 items
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Antiquities: Polygonal wall at the side of the Porta Romana, 5th-4th centuries B.C.
Post-medieval: Porta Romana, city gate dating from 1703
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 9, 1985.
General Notes: Numbers assigned to this monument form part of numerical sequence for campaign notes on S. Francesco or SS. Filippo e Giacomo.
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426 S. Agostino 52 items
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Artist Name: Siena; Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino); Appiani, Francesco
Medieval: Romanesque-Gothic church, 14th century, facade renovated 1477. Architecture. Cloister, 13-15th centuries. Wall paintings in sacristy, 13th century. . Post-medieval: Interior renovated 1747. Architecture, architectural sculpture, with views of interior, including frescoes, wall paintings, altars, organ
426 S. Giovanni Decollato 37 items
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Artist Name: Zuccari, Federico; Pomarancio (Niccolo Circignani); Piermatteo da Amelia
Post-medieval: Original church built 1210, destroyed by earthquake. A palace built on original site in 15th century. According to Hutzel a charitable Christian brotherhood used original rooms as a hospice until 1876. Baroque interior, frescoes attributed to Federico Zuccari, painting, sculpture. One view of exterior.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 9, 1983.
426 S. Magno 46 items
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Artist Name: Piermatteo da Amelia; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Raphael; Raphael; Zuccari, Federico
Medieval: Augustine church, cloister, 15th century brick & tile tower. . Post-medieval: Architecture & architectural sculpture. Interior views of ceiling vault & "false dome". Other interior views include Baroque altar in stone & marble with painted columns, statues in white marble, freizes & columns in reddish marble, 16th century paintings, main altar in colored marble, an organ of late Baroque style with rococo decoration, frescos, cabinet.
426 S. Maria delle Cinque (ad quinque fontes) 19 items
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Artist Name: School of Umbria
Medieval: Church 13th century, facade & portal 15th century. . Post-medieval: Apse remodeled, late baroque
Object Notes: Church is built on site on which St. Francis is said to have preached in 1213
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427 S. Monica 31 items
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Artist Name: Braidi, Michelangelo; Appiani, Francesco; Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavalieri d'Arpino); Piermatteo da Amelia
Post-medieval: Original church 14th century, rebuilt 17th century after an earthquake. Architecture; Baroque interior; painting; fresco fragments; organ loft
427 SS. Filippo e Giacomo 45 items
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Artist Name: Capponi, Luigi; Pomerancio; Piermatteo da Amelia
Medieval: Church dates from 1287, cloister 15th century . Post-medieval: Interior renovated 1767; views include architecture, architectural sculpture, altar, statues, organ, wall paintings, paintings on canvas, frescoes, panels, tombs, wood cabinets, marble holy water basin. All views of the exterior and several of the tombs are stored in the Medieval core colection. The Hutzel Collection coverage is of the interior, including painting, statues, and tombs.
Calvi dell'Umbria
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434 S. Antonio 31 items
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Artist Name: Ferinando Fuga; Girolamo Troppa
Exterior and interior views of the church; interior High Renaissance and Baroque paintings and sculptures; a rare wood carved sculptural group of 30 figures dating from the mid 16th century.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1984.
434 S. Francesco 29 items
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Artist Name: Calisto Calisti; Girolamo Troppa; Fabbio Angelucci; Maricco Bachetti; Paolo Nerocci; Vincenzo Manenti; Francesco Coazza
Exterior views of the Medeival architecture of the church; interior views of the nave include details of the side altars which have examples of Renaissance and Baroque paintings and sculptures.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1984
434 S. Maria 20 items
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Artist Name: Fernando Fuga; Vincenzo Manenti; Sebastiano Conca; Girolamo Troppa
Exterior views of the Medieval architecture of the church; interior views of the nave and main altar show it's Baroque paintings and noted late 16th century baptismal fountain.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this in 1984
Carsulae
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435 Remains of ancient town 18 items
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Antiquities: Architecture, architectural fragments
Object Notes: Roman municipality of the VI Augustean district ascribed to the tribe of Crustumina; it was central crossroads of the Via Flaminia in the treaty of Narnia to Vicus and Martis (S. Maria in Pantano). First habitated nucleus originated after opening of consular street and was enlarged and gained in importance during the Empire, as is indicated in the monuments. Their placement reveals an organic and unitary urban plan.
Casteldilago
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436 S. Nicola, Parish church 17 items
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Collescipoli
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438 General views 7 items
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Views of city gate and Palazzo Municipale.
Object Notes: These photos are from the Hutzel S. Maria campaign of 1986 and his S. Nicolo campaign of 1970-71.
438 S. Maria Maggiore 74 items
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Artist Name: Rocco di Tommaso; Cardani, Tommaso; Pomarancio (Niccolo Circignani); Agresti, Livio (Ricciutello); Chiesa, Michele; Baglione, Giovanni; Manenti, Vincenzo; Quercino; Rome School; Narni School
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (15th century); Baroque interior (c. 1688); frescoes (c. 1690). In sacristy treasury: metalwork (13-16th century)
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: February 6, 1986.
General Notes: Re material in treasury, Hutzel refers reader to Terni-Narni Catalogue Should treasury be noted in location field?
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439 S. Nicolo 107 items
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Artist Name: Aquili, Evangelista; Abruzzi School (15th century); Pomarancio (Antonio Circignani); Troppa, Girolamo; Abbatini, Guidubaldo; Coccetti, Liborio; Narni School (15th century); Guapinns, Josef
Post-medieval: Architecture (15-16th century); sculpture, choirstall (16th century); frescoes (16-17th century); painted wooden organ loft (17th century); silk altarcloth (14th century)
Object Notes: Two Hutzel photo campaigns dated 1970 and 1971.
439 S. Stefano 14 items
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Romanesque church has epigraph dating to 1093. Exterior photos of facade with its inscription, and the small campanile. There are also photos of the cemetery near the apse end of the church.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign was 1970. There are no notes, but the photos themselves are stamped with that date.
Collestatte
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439 Parish Church 34 items
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Exterior views of Baroque church and tower. Interior views of nave and altar. Sculpture includes statues of S. Sebastian and possibly S. Joseph, and a baptismal font. Paintings include scenes of the Presentation at the Temple and a Madonna and Child with 3 saints.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign is undated. This church is not documented in TCI, but only in Hutzel's notes.
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440 S. Croce 44 items
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Artist Name: Mezzastris
Church and tower date from the 16th century. Exterior photos show facade and rear of the church as well as the campanile. Interior views of nave. Major paintings have as subjects: Eternal Father surrounded by saints and angels, with Madonna and Child with 4 saints; the Adoration of the Christ child by the shepherds; and St. Francis receiving the stigmata. Terracotta statues of S. Francis and perhaps S. Croce.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
Ferentillo
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440 Abbazia di S. Pietro in Valle 24 items
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Antiquities: Roman sarcophagi; Roman sculptural and architectural fragments.
The abbey was founded on the location where two hermits, Lazzaro and Giovanni, lived during the sixth century. It was founded by the Duke of Spoleto Faroaldo II. The nave of the church is unique in that it is oriented to the east. The church was reconstructed in the tenth and eleventh centuries, and it was completely restored in 1931. Photographs include exterior views, courtyard views, frescoes, sarcophagi and relief sculpture. Iconography includes Madonna and Child with Sts. Peter and Paul, Christ in a mandorla, S. Benedetto, S. Sabina, S. Lucina, S. Cristina, S. Caterina, S. Sebastiano with Madonna and child, and the Creation of Adam and Eve
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 7, 1982.
General Notes: Description from TCI 1978 and Hutzel notes.
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440-441 S. Maria 88 items
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General views of town and basilica-style church, with its tall, pointed campanile. The church has a plain facade. Interior has slightly pointed arches and a wooden ceiling. There are few paintings. One large fresco depicts a series of female martyrs. Paintings appear to have been done from late Medieval to Renaissance.
Object Notes: No Hutzel photo campaign notes. Negatives are missing.
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441 S. Stefano 57 items
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Small church with clock built into its facade. Square campanile with both brick & stone facings. Late Renaissance or Baroque interior with paintings in that style. Rich marbled columns. No negatives.
Object Notes: No Hutzel photo campaign notes. Negatives are missing.
Foce
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441 Church 35 items
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Artist Name: Brandi, Giacinto; Amelia Master; Gentileschi, Orazio
Medieval: Architecture & architectural sculpture. Facade, nave, portals, portico, Evangelist symbols, capitals . Post-medieval: Architecture & architectural sculpture. Interior views, 17th century restoration. Includes cabinets, 17th century paintings, 13th century frescoes, 15th century holy water font
441 Sanctuary 24 items
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Artist Name: School of Umbria; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo
Post-medieval: Architecture & architectural sculpture. Views of facade, tower. Interior views include 16th century choir stall; vaulted ceiling, Baroque altar, altar painting, organ, 13th century wooden crucifix, 17th century main altar in wood, with wood sculpture and statues; 17th century copper oil lamp
Gavelli
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446 S. Michele 34 items
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Artist Name: Bernardino di Nanni dell' Eugenia; Lo Spagna
Exterior views of the 15th-century architecture. Interior views focus on the frescoed niches that line the nave. The frescoes (late fifteenth, early sixteenth centuries) are mainly of various saints: SS. Stefano, Valentino, Bernardino, Antonio, Sebastiano, Filippo, Bordonio, Simone, Macario, Sebastiano, Caterina, Apollonia, Battista, Pietro, Paolo, and Michele.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: January 7, 1982
Giove
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446 Palazzo Ducale 24 items
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Views of the exterior 17th century architecture of the palazzo.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot this campaign in 1985.
Lugnano in Teverina
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448 S. Francesco 73 items
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Exterior views of this 13th-century church and cloister that was the site of a miracle by St. Francis (1212) include a bell tower, details of the medieval architecture and a well in the courtyard. The lunettes of the cloister are decorated with a cycle of frescoes that portray the miracles of St. Francis (1616) by an unknown master from Foligno. Interior views of the restored church interior focus on the altar paintings and marble intarsia altars, some of which also show scenes from the life of St. Francis.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: September 9, 1985
448 S. Maria Assunta 12 items
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Artist Name: Nicolo di Liberatore da Foligno; School of Giotto; Corrado di Orvieto; Agresti, Livio
Exterior views of this 12th-century Romanesque church (with 15th-century additions) focus on the facade with its rose window and the foliate and animal carvings of the portico. Interior views show a central nave floor of cosmatesque mosaic inlay; a 12th-century iconostasis, pulpit, and ciborium, a triptych by Niccolo Alunno; a crypt with various capitals.
Object Notes: Hutzel made two photo campaigns of this monument: first in 1982 and a second in 1985.
Monte S. Erasmo
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484 S. Erasmo 45 items
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Antiquities: Etruscan ruins: walls, possibly a temple (Hutzel), well
Medieval: Architecture, Romanesque (12th century)
Object Notes: Filed under Terni
General Notes: Two sets of prints. The second set largely duplicates the first. There is one set of negatives.
Montecastrilli
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449 S. Lorenzo in Nifili 28 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, fresco fragments
Object Notes: Dating from 11th century of Romanesque origins, it was restored in 1977.
General Notes: No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Umbria, p.423
449 S. Vittorina 19 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, fresco fragments, tomb sculpture. Medieval church with paleo-Christian altars.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (1981), p. 423-24
Montefranco
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450 Chiesa del Cimitero 34 items
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Antiquities: Fragments of architectural decoration; inscription
Medieval: Architecture . Post-medieval: Interior decoration; frescos (17th century)
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450-451 S. Bernardino 67 items
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Artist Name: Merlini, Orlando
Post-medieval: Architecture, fresco fragments, fresco paintings, architectural sculpture, painting, sculpture, tomb sculpture
Object Notes: Some of the architecture exterior and interior derive from ancient/medieval structure, but are here filed with Post-Medieval for sake of unity of collection. Hutzel provides text which describes the location as "Monzano"
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451 S. Pietro 14 items
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Artist Name: Pozzi, Stefano
Post-medieval: Architecture, 18th century (1753); fresco (exterior and interior); painting (18th century); wooden cantoria
Narni
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452 Palazzo del Podesta 81 items
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Medieval: Architectural sculpture, including detached and fragments
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451 Palazzo Scotti 65 items
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Artist Name: Sangallo, Antonio da (the Elder) (Antonio Giamberti); Zuccaro, Federico
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (16th century); frescoes (16th century)
451 Panorama 26 items
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Medieval: Panoramas and views of: Rocca, Albernoz, S. Cassiano, S. Francesco, S. Girolamo, Porta
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452 S. Agostino 69 items
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Artist Name: Benincasa, Federico; Zuccari; Narni School (14th century); Torresani, Bartolomeo; Piermatteo da Amelia; Braidi, Michelangelo; Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio di Benedetto Aquilo); Conca, Sebastiano; Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino); Trevisani, Francesco; Torresani, Alessandro; Torresani, Lorenzo
Medieval: Architecture (13-14th century). Post-medieval: Sculpture, painting, frescoes (15-17th century)
General Notes: Conservation: pressure-sensitive tape
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453-454 S. Domenico 323 items
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Artist Name: Piermatteo da Amelia; Narni School (13th century); Narni School (14th century); Narni School (15th century); Mezzastris, Bernardino; Agresti, Livio (Ricciutello); Maratti, Carlo; Troppa, Girolamo; Torresani, Alessandro; Braidi, Michelangelo; Agostino di Duccio; Gozzoli, Benozzo; Maestro del 1409; Aquili, Marcantonio
Antiquities: [1986] Weaponry
Medieval: [1965 photos, 29] Architecture, architectural sculpture (12th century); Wall painting (13-16th century); Mosaic, cosmati style pavement (c. 1200) [1986 photos, 44] Architecture, architectural sculpture, cosmati pavement, sculpture. Post-medieval: [1965 photos, 56] Frescoes, painting (13-16th century); sculpture (14-16th century) [1986 photos 167] Frescoes, painting, sculpture, metalwork
Object Notes: Church deconsecrated and modified for use as museum, 1970
General Notes: Bibliographic material sent, Getty Center library (?)
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456-459 S. Giovenale, Cathedral 488 items
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Artist Name: Master of Siena; Pellegrini, Sebastiano di Francesco; Paglia, Giuseppe; Vecchietta (Lorenzo di Pietro); School of Umbria, 15th century; Mezzastris, Bernardino; Bernardo da Settignano; Bregno, Andrea (Andrea da Milano); Torresani, Bartolomeo; Lo Spagna; Narni School (14th century); Agresti, Livio (Ricciutello); Narni School (15th century); Vanni G.
Medieval: Architectural sculpture, cosmati pavement, wall painting, mosaic (12th century). Post-medieval: [1982 & 1986 photos] Architecture, architectural sculpture (17th century); painting, frescoes (17-18th century); sculpture, tombstones (16-18th century); metalwork, processional cross, candlestick, reliquary, chalice (16-17th century)
General Notes: Site comprises two separate photo campaigns. Bibliographic material sent, now in Center Library
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459 S. Margherita 52 items
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Artist Name: Zuccaro, Federico; Lo Spagna
Post-medieval: [1987, 73 photos] Architecture (late 15th century), frescoes [1982, 28 photos] Architecture, frescoes, painting, sculpture
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460 S. Maria in Pensole 86 items
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Artist Name: Narni School (14th century)
Medieval: [1982--39 photos] Architecture, architectural sculpture (including mosaic) (12th century) [1987--76 photos] Architecture, architectural sculpture, wall painting (12th century). Post-medieval: [1982--5 photos] Frescoes [1987--8 photos] Architecture
460 S. Maria in Piano 12 items
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Mezzastris, Bernardino
Medieval: Architecture
Post-medieval: Frescoes (16th century), sculpture, holy water stoup (14th century)
460 Santuario Madonna del Ponte 23 items
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Artist Name: Giovannini, Battista; Unterberger, Christoph; Narni School (14th century)
Medieval: Frescoes (12th century) . Post-medieval: Architecture (c. 1724), painting (18th century), frescoes (14th century), sculpture
460 Speco di San Francesco 11 items
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Artist Name: Troppa, Girolamo; Narni School (14th century)
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (13th century) . Post-medieval: Sculpture
General Notes: 8 photos missing from "other": frescoes. Artists names pertain to missing photos
Orvieto
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463 Abbazia di SS. Severo and Martirio 69 items
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General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--PRINTS FILE, NEGATIVES PROCESSED
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464 Madonna di S. Lorenzo in Vineis 22 items
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General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
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463 Museo Etrusco Faina 16 items
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Antiquities: Attic Black figure and Red figure vases; South Italian Red figure vases; Etruscan Black and Red figure vases, Bucchero, Banded Ware, Plastic and Relief vases, and Masks; Corinthian Black figure vases. (700 B.C. - 300 B.C.)
Prints H-271 through 285 are found in the Hutzel Collection. Interior views of the museum: 18th-century ceiling paintings, display cases of ancient pottery. One portrait in oil of a young woman, unsigned.
Object Notes: Hutzel shot two seperate photo campaigns of this monument.
General Notes: All but 15 of the 995 prints are found in the Antiquities core collection.
463 Piazza Repubblica 9 items
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General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--PRINTS FILED, NEGATIVES PROCESSED
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464 S. Andrea 5 items
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General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
464 S. Domenico 40 items
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General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
464 S. Francesco 40 items
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General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
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464-465 S. Giovenale 199 items
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Medieval: Architecture (15th century), architectural sculpture
Object Notes: Original church ancient
Otricoli
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466 S. Maria 41 items
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466 S. Vittore 8 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural fragments, architectural sculpture
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Umbria, p. 439
Piediluco
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468 S. Francesco 50 items
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Artist Name: Aquili, Marcantonio
Antiquities: Sculptural fragments
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco painting
Object Notes: Gothic construction from end of 13th century. No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Umbria, p. 365
468 S. Maria 19 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural fragments
Object Notes: Romanesque campanile with two bifurcated levels. No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Umbria, p. 365.
Porano
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469-470 Castel Rubello 85 items
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Post-medieval: Castle originally functioned as a fortress, turned into residence in late Renaissance--present owners granted permission to photograph room adjacent to entrance. Views of exterior; interior views of ceiling frescoes.
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470 Torre S. Severo 114 items
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Post-medieval: An example of a grand aristocratic residence of the late Renaissance aristocracy, built by Cardinal Simoncelli. The palace was never completed, and is now in a state of great disrepair. No written or visual documentation exists for this site prior to Hutzel's campaign and attributions for the frescoes have not been made. Exterior views; interior views of frescoes and stucco work on ceilings and walls
Object Notes: Site not recorded in TCI
Porchiano del Monte
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471 Parrocchiale 50 items
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Artist Name: Piermatteo da Amelia; Narni School; School of Umbria, 15th century; Giotto
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (12th century) . Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture, frescoes, sculpture (16th century)
Porchiano
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471 S. Cristina 4 items
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Medieval: Architecture (12th century) . Post-medieval:
Stroncone
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480 Palazzo Comunale, Museo 15 items
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480 S. Francesco 49 items
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480 S. Giovanni 48 items
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480 S. Nicolo 55 items
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Taizzano
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481 S. Angelo in Massa 68 items
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Artist Name: Braidi, Michelangelo
This 16th century church was built over a 9th-10th century Roman villa. Views of the exterior include 12th century walls and a renaissance portico. Interior views include an altar with mosaic inlay; a chapel dedicated to the Cardinal Cesi and baroque cupola both frescoed by Braidi. Also views of Ottonian period side walls patterned with ceramic tile and brick (9th or 10th century) which Hutzel describes in his notes as the discovery of the year.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 1985.
481 S. Martino 42 items
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Architecture and architectural sculpture, (11-12th century), in ruins among olive trees: early romanesque arcade and capitals, Roman columns and mosaic floor, remanants of a bell tower and marble crossbeam. Also, views of damaged frescoes and preserved altarpieces.
Object Notes: 12th century marble altar (1108) now in Pinacoteca at Narni
General Notes: Hutzel made two photo campaigns of this site. His campaign of 11/11/82 shows remanants of the interior frescoes and altarpieces, as well as exterior views which are found in the Medieval core collection. Hutzel's photos of the 1985 campaign are all found in the Huztel collection, and have been renumbered. They start with the number H-20. This monument was previously catalogued as located in Narni.
481 Bibliographic materials 22 items
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481 General views 15 items
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Prints in the Medieval Core Collection (with no corresponding negatives) give views of 16th century plans of Terni and sculptural fragments including Roman and Medieval spolia immured in the facade of an unidentified house.
Object Notes: Catalogued in Medieval under Architecture--Italy, Terni.
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482 Palazzo Carrara 71 items
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Artist Name: Pietro da Cortona
Antiquities: Roman sarcophagi, cinerary urn, gravestones, lions, and an inscribed plaque from Terni's amphitheater. (All located on the ground floor of the Palazzo Carrara).
Post-medieval: Architecture (17th century); Frescoes (17th century); coffered wooden ceiling
Object Notes: Unable to locate any negatives for these prints.
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482-483 Palazzo Manassei 157 items
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Owner: Pinacoteca
Artist Name: Troppa, Girolamo; Luca de la Haye; Gozzoli, Benozzo; Nicolo di Liberatore da Foligno; Master of the Gardner Annunciation; Piermatteo Lauro de' Manfredi da Amelia; Melanzio, Francesco; Alfani, Domenico; Pietro di Giovanni di Ambrogio; Lo Spagna; Giovanni detto il Teutonico; Broeck, Hendrick van den; Coldarchi, Bernardino; Barocci, Federico; Gherardi, Antonio
Antiquities: Bas-reliefs of Roman emperors in profile from Hutzel's photo campaign of 1982 have been renumbered (views 42 to 78 are now H-142 to H-178). Though they most likely are part of the Museo preistorico, also in the Palazzo Manassei, they have been filed under Pinacoteca following the sequence of Hutzel's 1982 notes. (Negative count: 55)
Exterior views: facade of the Palazzo Manassei, the stairwell and loggia, along which are niched Roman statues and busts. Interior views: room with a coffered ceiling and marble busts inset in oval recesses along the walls; room displaying paintings, statues, archaeological artifacts in glass cases, and a lunette fresco by Pier Matteo da Amelia; room with ceiling fresco by Luca de la Haye. Most views are of individual paintings and altarpieces found within these rooms, with the exception of one wooden crucifixion.
Object Notes: Hutzel made two photo campaigns of the Pinacoteca--the first in 1982 and the second in 1986. Apparently, only the facade of the Palazzo Manassei, which houses the collection of the Pinacoteca, was restored. (See also H-101 and H-102). His notes describe the prints of the 1982 campaign, which have been interfiled with prints of the 1986 campaign, and renumbered accordingly. The year of the individual print is indicated on the back of each print.
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483 Palazzo Montani 61 items
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Artist Name: Troppa, Girolamo; Dandini, Cosimo; Raphael
Antiquities: Portrait heads in marble of Roman youths and a consul
Post-medieval: Renaissance architecture; frescos (17th century); tapestries after designs of Raphael school; intarsia (furniture); wooden cassone carved with the arms of the Montani
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484 Palazzo Spada 93 items
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Artist Name: Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger); Congnet, Gillis I; Zuccaro, Taddeo
Post-medieval: Architecture (16th century). Triple-arched portal; frescos (16th century)
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481 Public Gardens 7 items
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Views of a sphinx fountain in the gardens, as well as the apse and bell tower of the adjacent Duomo, S. Maria Assunta.
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484 S. Alo 19 items
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Exterior views of 11th century church with special attention to immured relief sculpture and the apse. Interior views focus on columns, capitals and frescoes (13th-16th centuries). Fresco subjects include: St. Silvester, St. Mary Magdalen, St. Catherine of Alexandria, St. Joseph, St. John the Baptist, St. Pellegrino, St. Sebastion, St. Roch, St. Lucy, the Crucifixion, the Madonna lactans and Madonna and Child.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 7, 1982
484 S. Cristoforo 9 items
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One exterior view and two general interior views. Most views are of the frescoes. Near the entrance are fresco fragments (14th century) of the Crucifixion in the manner of Alunno, and frescoes (15th century) of St. Sebastian, St. Cristopher and St. Roch. In the apse are more frescoes (15th century) and a statue of the Virgin.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 5, 1982
General Notes: Hutzel discusses the 14th century fresco fragments by the entrance in his notes on S. Lorenzo in Terni. He attributes them to the Foligno School. Some negatives of S. Cristoforo may be incorrectly filed under Terni, S. Lorenzo--NNP.
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485 S. Lorenzo 5 items
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Artist Name: Manenti, Vincenzo; Troppa, Girolamo; Nelli, Ottaviano
Exterior views of a restored romanesque church include details of the apse and renaissance portal. In the Hutzel collection are views of two paintings, the Martyrdom of St. Blaise and the Baptism of Christ, as well as a fresco fragment of the Nativity by Ottaviano Nelli. Interior views can be seen in the negatives (under NNP); they include a view of a cippus and a stone of some relevance.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 5, 1982
485 S. Maria Assunta, Duomo 46 items
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Artist Name: Minelli; Corsi, Domenico; Reni, Guido; Pietro da Cortona; Troppa, Girolamo; Agresti, Livio; Vigni, Corrado; Cocchetti, Liborio; Sermei, Cesare; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo
Exterior views: baroque facade, bell tower, portico, blind gothic portal with a vinescroll archivolt, and preserved main portal with an inhabited vinescroll architrave. Interior views: main altar marble ciborium and altar painting of the Assumption of the Virgin; half-dome fresco of the Trinity; mixed media altarpiece formed by a wooden crucifix hung on top of a painting of the crucifixion with saints Mary and Mary Magdalen; fresco fragments of Saint Anthony Abbot; organ by Bernini, and various paintings. Sacristy: ornate interior with ceiling paintings by Pietro da Cortona; museum with architectural fragments and a tomb effigy; reliquary of St. Valentine in the shape of an arm and hand; gold processional cross; terracotta statue of the Madonna and Child and a stone statue of the Pieta.. Crypt: 10th and 11th-century capitals; Roman and medieval sculptural fragments; and the tomb of St. Anastasia. Also included with the Hutzel prints are frescoes of Terni and the Duomo from the bishopric.
Object Notes: Photo campaign date: September 24, 1982
485 S. Maria del Carmine 5 items
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Exterior views: baroque facade, side walls, and crumbling remains of the adjoining church--perhaps the apse of S. Maria del Monumento.
485 S. Maria del Monumento 39 items
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Artist Name: Lo Spagna; Troppa, Girolamo; Nelli, Ottaviano di Martino; Carlo da Camerino
Exterior views: poorly preserved 14th-century church and cloister. Interior views include a romanesque chapel of the previous church. Most views are of the 15th-century frescoes: the Legend of the Golden Apple from the life of St. Clare, St. Leonard, St. Valentine, St. Anastasia, St. Jerome and the Madonna and Child.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: October 5, 1982. Hutzel developed two prints for 14 of his 18 negatives; hence, there are almost twice as many prints as there are negatives. The prints have been renumbered, but the original numbers that correspond to those in Hutzel's notes are found on those prints with the date 1982 penciled in on the bottom.
485 S. Maria dell'Oro, Convent church 26 items
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Artist Name: Viario, Giuseppe
One exterior view of this 15th-century convent church rebuilt in the 17th century. Interior views focus on the coffered ceiling; a saint or friar is painted on each coffer. Also views of paintings and a crucifix. Negatives show immured relief sculpture, perhaps Roman spolia.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 9/29/82
General Notes: This monument is discussed in Hutzel's notes "Terni - Konvent di S. Maria dell'Oro" but does not appear in TCI.
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486 S. Pietro 31 items
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Artist Name: Nelli, Ottaviano di Martino; Foligno school; Mezzastris, Bernardino; Michelangelo
Exterior views: facade and portal (13th century) with pediment sculpture of Christ blessing (15th century); apse and bell tower (13th-14th centuries); cloister. Interior views of frescoes (14th-16th century): St. Anthony Abbot, Madonna and Child, St. Stephen cycle, Madonna and Saints, Dormition of the Virgin, St. Catherine, St. Francis. Many views of a wooden sculpture of Moses, possibly by Michelangelo. One view of a marble tomb effigy of Stefano Manassei (15th century). Negatives show a 16th century map of Terni from a 17th century woodcut, and general views of the interior, including preserved architectural sculpture.
486 S. Salvatore 29 items
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Exterior views of this church (12-17th centuries) reveal the circular main body and rectangular apse that perhaps were originally part of an ancient Roman structure. Interior views focus on frescoes.
486 S. Valentino 27 items
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Artist Name: La Haye, Lucas de; Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino); Piermatteo Lauro de' Manfredi da Amelia
Post-medieval: Architecture (early 17th century); marble altar bearing the arms of Leopold of Austria; paintings (17th century); grave monuments of the Sciamanna family
Torreorsina
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488 General Views 14 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculptural fragments
General Notes: Not in TCI
488 S. Michele 39 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco painting
General Notes: Not in TCI
Visciano
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491 S. Pudenziana 8 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (12th century); bishop's throne (6th century); fresco fragments (13-16th century)
Object Notes: 6/19/96: These 38 prints are probably in the Medieval core collection but currently can not be located.
General Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 5, 1983


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