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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 II. Basilicata 8 boxes
Photographs of sites in Basilicata with accompanying lists.
Arrangement note
Arranged alphabetically by city, general views of the city/historic center, and monument name.
Matera
Matera
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57 Chiesa del Peccato Originale 70 items
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Medieval: Architecture, frescoes
57 Chiesa del Purgatorio 72 items
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Post-medieval: Built 1747, architecture, architectural sculpture, painting
57 Conservatorio di Musica "Egidio Duni" 15 items
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Post-medieval: Built 18th century, with monumental arc added 1779. Architecture, architectural sculpture. Palace originally convent of reformed Franciscans; in Napoleonic period served as municipal seat; from 1860-1944 seat of "uffici comunale."
General Notes: These views form part of numerical sequence for Sassi.
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58-60 Duomo 364 items
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Artist Name: Santoro, Giovanni Battista; Oppido, Giovanni Donato; Persio, Domizio; Pacecco de Rosa; Tarantino, Giovanni da Ariano Irpino; Venetian School (17th century); Ruffatti di Padova; Altobello Persio da Matera; D' Alessandro, Sannazaro; Scorrano, Luigi; Persio, Giulio
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (1268-70). Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture; interior remodelled in 1627 and in 1776 includes sculpture, painting, frescoes, choir stall
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60 Madonna delle Virtu 39 items
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Medieval: Architecture. Post-medieval: Exterior architecture (early 17th century)
General Notes: Exterior views of this church were included in the numerical sequence for Sassi; these have now been reassigned numbers consistent with the numbering for the individual monument.
60 S. Agostino 7 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture Built 1594 on site of S. Guglielmo, remodelled in 1750s.
General Notes: These views form part of numerical sequence for Sassi.
60 S. Antonio Abate 8 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
General Notes: These views form part of numerical sequence for Sassi.
60 S. Chiara 20 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (17th century)
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60-61 S. Francesco d'Assisi 132 items
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Artist Name: Stefano da Putignano; Paulicello, Eustachio; Viviarini, Bartolomeo
Post-medieval: Built 1218, remodelled 1670. Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, sculptured
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61 S. Giovanni Battista 91 items
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Medieval: Built 1204, remodelled 1695, and restored to medieval aspect 1926 (with the exception of the facade). Architecture, architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: Facade (1695), painting Madonna and Child
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
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62 S. Lucia alle Malve 90 items
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Medieval: Architecture, rock-cut church (9-10th century); frescoes (1250)
62 S. Nicola dei Greci 23 items
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Medieval: Architecture (Early Christian), rock-cut church; Frescoes
62 S. Pietro Caveoso 10 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, built 1656, restored and altered 1752, restored 1978
General Notes: These views form part of numerical sequence for Sassi.
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62-63 Sasso Caveoso and Sasso Barisano 186 items
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Antiquities
Medieval: Panoramas of Sassi (the rock-cut section of the city), architecture, architectural sculpture
General Notes: Though numerical sequence for this site runs from 1-229, views of specific monuments within it have been extracted and grouped separately.
Montescaglioso
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64 Abbazia di S. Angelo 172 items
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Medieval: Architecture (9th, rebuilt 15th), view of neighboring chiesetta S. Stefano, cloisters; architectural sculpture; frescoes depicting the family of Ufredo Machabeo, lord of Montescaglioso
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.


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