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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 III. Campania 64 boxes
Photographs of sites in Campania with accompanying lists.
Arrangement note
Arranged alphabetically by city, general views of the city/historic center, and monument name.
Benevento
Benevento
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66 Arch of Trajan 6 items
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Antiquities: Roman triumphal arch
Sant'Agata de' Goti
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115 Cathedral 83 items
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Artist Name: Giaquinto, Tommaso; Tomajoli, Giuseppe; Persico, Saverio; Antonino, Giovanni Battista
Antiquities: Corinthian columns reused in portico and crypt
Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (10th-12th centuries); frescos (14th century); stoup. Post-medieval: Baroque additions to exterior and complete remodel of interior, including extensive stucco work; elaborately carved wooden choir stalls (17th century); paintings on canvas; tessellated pavement; sculpture; inscription; crucifix
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116 Chiesa dell'Annunziata 128 items
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Artist Name: Caccavello, Annibale; Arcuccio, Angelillo
Medieval: Architecture (13-14th centuries). Post-medieval: Marble portal (1563), with bas-relief in lunette; paintings on panel and canvas; frescos (14-15th centuries)
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117 S. Alfonso 1 item
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Post-medieval: View of the entrance portral of the 17th century church.
117 S. Angelo in Munculanis 1 item
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Medieval: Romanesque architecture
117 S. Francesco 15 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, originally 13th century, completely rebuilt in the 18th century; paintings on panel and canvas; decorative arts; organ; inscription; bas-reliefs
117 S. Menna 61 items
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First campaign: architecture and architectural sculpture (11-12th centuries); inscription; tessellated pavement; sculpture; and frescos.. Second campaign: exterior and interior architectural views, including the central nave, aisles, and central and south sanctuaries; details of the: tesselated pavement and panels; capitals; and frescoes.
Object Notes: There are 2 files of photographs, one from the first campaign conducted by Max Hutzel (28 photos) and one from the second campaign conducted by Roberto Sigismondi (Hutzel's former assistant), in 1990 (32 photos).
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115 General views 5 items
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Medieval: General views of architecture. Post-medieval: General views of architecture
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66 Castello 6 items
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78-79 Plazzo Reale 189 items
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Caserta
Aversa
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65 Chiesa dell'Annunziata 16 items
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Medieval: Architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture, begun in the 14th century, but extensively rebuilt in the 15th-17th centuries; sculpture; painting
65 Porta Napoli 4 items
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Artist Name: Gentile di Aversa
Post-medieval: Architecture, 17th century
65 S. Antonio 15 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture; organ (Count: 3)
65 S. Francesco 50 items
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Post-medieval: Built in 6th century, remodelled in 1645 and 1830. Lower part of the campanile belongs to the original construction. Interior has series of works in the Francesco de Mura school; "Adoration of the Shepherds" by Pietro da Cortona c. 1650; "Ecstasy of S. Francesco" by Ribera, 1649; "Madonna and Child" Byzantine 13th century. Attached is a medieval cloister with fragments of frescoes.
Object Notes: TCI states that in 1980 plans were afoot to create a small museum in the monastery to house sculpture, paintings, and other works from the diocese. Not reflected in Hutzel's photo campaign.
65 S. Maria Maddalena 3 items
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Medieval: Architecture (13th century). Post-medieval: Architecture and architectural decoration (18th century); crucifix
65 S. Paolo, Cathedral 39 items
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Artist Name: Lucarelli, Giacomo
Medieval: Work on cathedral begun in 1053 under conte Riccardo I, completed in 1145 by his son Giordano in 1090. Destroyed by fire in 1145 and restored in 1255. Damaged by earthquake of December 1456, and rebuilt during 1703-1715 by C. Beratti. Exterior and Interior: Architecture, architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: Interior views: Altar of 1563 by Giacomo Lucarelli, with frieze representing the Trinity, Annunciation, and SS. Peter and Paul; bishop's throne; wooden crucifix, catalana, c. 1250;
Calvi Vecchia
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66 Cathedral 22 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, cosmati tiling
66 Rovine di Cales 11 items
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Antiquities: Architectural ruins, 3rd-2nd centuries B.C.
Capua
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78 Chiesa della Concezione 6 items
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Exterior views of the church. Facade decorated with statues. The interior contains a baroque altar in polychrome marble (no photos of altar in Hutzel).
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66-67 Chiesa dell'Annunziata 198 items
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Artist Name: Attendolo, Ambrogio; Gioffredo, Mario; Fontana, Domenico
Medieval: Architecture, sculpture. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, stucco, decorative arts (furniture, woodworking, tapestry, metalworking), marble
Object Notes: constructed from 1531 to 1574, earlier church from c.1285-1309. Renaissance appearance with modifications of the 17th and 18th centuries. No information provided by Hutzel. See guidebook included in shipment of photographs, pp. 33-34.
Accompanying Material: Guidebook on Capua is included in shipment of photographs
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66 General Views 38 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture. Views of the via Roma/via Duomo, and the Pretura.
Object Notes: No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Campania, pp. 186-200 for discussion of town.
Accompanying Material: Guidebook on Capua is included by Hutzel with shipment of photographs.
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68-77 Museo Campano 1221 items
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Specific Location: Pianterreno
Artist Name: Vivarini, Bartolomeo; Arcuccio, Angelillo; Scacco, Cristoforo; Liani, Francesco; Brandi, Giacinto; Conca, Sebastiano; Lama, Giovanni Leonardo; Neopolitan, 17th century; Unknown, 13th, 15th, 16th centuries; Borromini, Francesco; Naccherino, Michelangelo
Antiquities: Italic sculpture (seated women holding babies); inscription . Photo campaign #1: 533 photos. Roman relief and sculpture; cinerary urns; Greek and southern Italian red-figure; mosaics; painting; architectural.
Medieval: Byzantine architectural fragments; parchment fragments with miniatures (12th century) from Montecassino; painted wooden crucifix (13th century); Carolingian crucifixes; Bishop's miter (11th century) of gold and silver damask; fresco (13th century). Post-medieval: Architecture (15th century). Formerly the Palazzo Antignano. Unusual Catalan/Moorish-style portal; Paintings on panel and canvas (15th-18th centuries); marble intarsia (16th century); marble sculpture: busts of Christ and Mary (17th century); sculpture of saints in marble and in wood (15th century); painted and gilded sculpture in wood; marble grave sculpture (16th century); sarcophagus with allegorical carvings; gold reliquary "Rosa d'Oro"; crucifix made of elephant tusk
General Notes: 709 unprocessed negatives for first photo campaign, not matched to their prints.
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78 Palazzo del Municipio 15 items
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This palazzo dates back to 1561. The facade is decorated with the faces or busts of seven divinities.
78 S. Caterina 34 items
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The church, constructed in 1383, has a 17th century facade. To the left of the church is a cloister which dates to the Late Renaissance. Hutzel photos include both exterior and interior views. The interiors include frescoes, the cloister a crucifix and architectural details.
78 S. Eligio 17 items
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Artist Name: Pietro Alamanno
The original construction of the church dates from 1286-1296, but it was reconstructed in 1747. Hutzel photos include both exterior and interior views of the church.
78 S. Marciano 7 items
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Photos show frescoes and painting fragments.
Object Notes: No Hutzel photo campaign notes, but dates on back of photos indicate they were taken in 1956. Some exterior negatives indicate that prints were originally matched, but are now missing. Monument not in TCI, no validation of name other than in Hutzel.
78 S. Salvatore Piccolo 14 items
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Photos of exterior facade and of interior fresco fragments.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated, but notes on the back of some photos indicate they were taken in 1956.
78 SS. Rufo e Carponio 5 items
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Photos of fresco fragments.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated, but dates on photos in Medieval core collection are dated 1956.
Carinola
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80 Casa Novelli 25 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture
80 Castello 15 items
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These prints form part of the numerical sequence for Casa Novelli. There are exterior views of the portal and two windows, one of which is ogival.
80 Cathedral 104 items
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Antiquities: Sculpture, sculptural relief
Medieval: 11th c. architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, mosaics, cosmati tiling, fresco paintings. Post-medieval: Fresco painting, paintings, sculpture
Caserta
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81-87 Palazzo Reale 852 items
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Artist Name: Vanvitelli, Luigi; Violani, Andrea; Solari, Pietro; Persico, Paolo; Bonito, Giuseppe; Bucciano, Tommaso; Beccali, Carlo; Brunelli, Angelo; Brunelli, Carlo; Hackert, Philipp; Pascale, Filippo; Dominici, Antonio; De Vivo, Tommaso; De Angelis; Cortazzo; Fischetti, Fedele; Mondo, Domenico del; Salomone, Gaetano; Moschino, Simone; De Simone, Antonio; Villareale, Valerio; Monti, Claudio; Masucci, Domenico; Calliano, Antonio Raffaelle; Berger, Giacomo; Genovese, Gaetano; Arnaud, Tommaso; Angelini, Tito; Maldarelli, Gennaro; Guerra, Camillo; Rossi, Mariano; Postiglione, Raffaele; Cammarano, Giuseppe; Hill, Francesco; Rossi, Giovanni Battista; Franchis, Girolamo Starace
Post-medieval: Architecture & architectural sculpture, sculpture, statues, paintings, frescoes, stuccoes, furnishings & decorative art
General Notes: Discrepancy in number of prints & negatives. Hutzel notes 824 prints & negatives. Negatives for 1-62 of one batch seem to be missing (would make a total of 824)
Accompanying Material: Guida di Caserta, sent with photographs, housed in Center library
Casertavecchia (environs)
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90 S. Pietro ad Montes 121 items
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Specific Location: Piedimonte di Casolla
Medieval: Architecture, frescoes
Object Notes: No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Campania, p. 251.
General Notes: This monument is actually found in the village of Piedimonte di Casolla, but has been filed in the Hutzel collection under the city of Casertavecchia (environs).
Casertavecchia
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88 Castle 33 items
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Medieval: Views of castle exterior in relation to town and cathedral, and detail views of and from former windows and doors. 9th c. architecture
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Campania (1981), p. 255
88 Chiesetta dell'Annunziata 8 items
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Medieval: Views of 13th c. gothic facade, detailed views of bell tower, and three views of portal in surrounding wall.
88 General Views 13 items
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Medieval: exterior views of buildings on Via S. Michele Arcangelo, including Casa Farina and Casa Ferraiuolo, and some architectural details.
88 Madonna del Carmine 8 items
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Medieval: views of facade, side, and rear of church, with one view of bell tower, and one of post-medieval fresco.
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88-89 S. Michele, Cathedral 227 items
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Antiquities: Re-used Roman columns and capitals line the nave.
Exterior and interior views of the 12th and 13th-century architecture and architectural sculpture. Exterior details of the portals, portal sculpture, bell tower, dome and cloister. Interior details of the pulpit (c. 1213), the tomb of Giacomo Martono (1360), the tomb of Francesco de la Rath (1359), various sculptural fragments, and the cosmati floor.
Object Notes: A composite view of the interior is found in the Italy Oversize box in the Medieval core collection.
General Notes: Hutzel probably made two photo campaigns of the site, and thus there is some overlap between the views in the Medieval core collection and the Hutzel collection. Some prints have been renumbered. Hutzel notes which account for 91 on the views date to a photo campaign from December 30, 1983.
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94 Marcianise 5 items
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94-95 Chiesa dell'Annunziata 172 items
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Maricianise
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95 Piazza Carita 3 items
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Piedimonte di Casolla
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110 Castello Cocuzza 24 items
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Piedimonte Matese
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110 Architectural views 2 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture
110 S. Biagio 11 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture (15th century); frescos (15th century), restored
110 S. Maria Maggiore 3 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture (1725-1773)
Roccamonfina
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111 Santuario di Maria SS. dei Lattani 126 items
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Artist Name: Rosa, Salvator; Conte T.
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (15th century). Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, frescoes, painting
San Prisco
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120 S. Prisco 112 items
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Artist Name: Vanvitelli, Luigi
Medieval: 6th century mosaics. Post-medieval: 18th century architecture, architectural sculpture and decoration; baldacchino; wooden organ; paintings on canvas; frescos
Santa Maria Capua Vetere
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117-118 Anfiteatro Campano 128 items
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Antiquities: Remains of Roman amphitheater
General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD NEEDS WORK, SEE TCI AND HUTZEL STUFF--NEGATIVE PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
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118-119 Cathedral 116 items
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Artist Name: Diana, Giacinto; Mura, Francesco de
Medieval: Architectural sculpture--capitals. Post-medieval: Built c. 432 by San Simmaco on site of grotto of S. Prisco. Enlarged 787 by Arechi II, an 1666 by Decio del Balzo. Renovated in 1700's and 1884. Architecture, architectural sculpture, Baroque interior, ceiling painting, painting, sculpture
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119 Mitreo 43 items
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Antiquities: Plan, sculptural reliefs, architecture, fresco painting, architectural fragments
Object Notes: Discovered in September 1922, one of the best preserved monuments of the habitations for the cult of the Persian god Mithras, dating from the 2nd-3rd centuries A.D. The building consists of a rectangular subterranean hallway of 23 x 3 meters, with painted ceiling. Frescoes and sculptural fragments abound. No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Campania, p.184
Sessa Aurunca
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121 Chiesa dell'Annunziata 48 items
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Artist Name: Sarnelli, Antonio; Conca, Sebastiano
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting
121 Fontana di Ercole 7 items
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Post-medieval: 7
Object Notes: Situated in Piazza Umberto I
121 Municipio 6 items
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Artist Name: Toro, Luigi
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting (in Sala Consiliare)
121 Palazzo Ducale 7 items
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Medieval: Architecture
121 Piazza Umberto I 3 items
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Views of three tombstones the backgrounds of which suggest their location on Piazza Umberto I.
121 Porta Capuccini 7 items
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Medieval: Architecture
121 Roman Theater 26 items
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Antiquities: Architectural remains, cryptoporticus
121 S. Agostino 5 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (Baroque), restored
121 S. Francesco Convento 9 items
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Sessa Aurunca
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122-124 S. Pietro (Duomo) 439 items
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Artist Name: Pellegrino; Taddeo; Giordano, Luca
Medieval: Architecture (c. 1103), architectural sculpture, pavement (12th century), pascal candle, baptismal font with re-used Roman fragments. Post-medieval: Frescoes (13th century) Baroque interior (c. 1758), sculpture
Object Notes: Site restored 1980
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121 Sedile di S. Matteo 14 items
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Exterior views (signs indicate the structure is now a veteran's center); views of tombstones, presumably on the grounds of the building.
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124 unidentified church 6 items
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Exterior views. Hu
Object Notes: Hutzel note says it's near the Porta Capuccini, but there is no evidence for this.
Teano
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126-127 Cathedral 219 items
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Artist Name: Vaccaro, Andrea; Francesco de Mura; Maestro di Giovanni Barrile
Antiquities: spolia
Medieval: Built 1116, remodelled by Andrea Vaccaro in 1630, restored in years following damage in second world war. Includes re-used Roman capitals. Architecture, architectural sculpture; sculpture including painted wooded crucifix (c.1330-31) and pulpit (13th century) with mosaic and relief. The Cripta di S. Paride acts as a small museum containing roman, medieval, and modern marble. Post-medieval: Choir stall (MCMLVII); paintings by Francesco de Mura in the Cappella di S. Paride; marble fragments from the Cripta di S. Paride
Object Notes: Originally dedicated to S. Terenziano, now dedicated to S. Clemente
Ventaroli
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128-129 S. Maria in Foro Claudio 114 items
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91 Abbbey of La Trinta di Cava 116 items
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92-93 Museo 128 items
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Napoli
Castellammare di Stabia
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90 Grotta di S. Biagio 25 items
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Medieval: Possibly an ancient crypt, later transformed into a small Christian church. Contains early Medieval frescoes.
Naples
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95-104 S. Lorenzo Maggiore 1300 items
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Artist Name: Sanfelice, Ferdinando; Baboccio, Antonio; Preti, Mattia; Bolgi, Andrea; Fanzago, Cosimo; Antonio de Marco; Tino da Camaino; Marigliano, Giovanni; Rodriguez, Lodovico (Luigi); Lazzari, Dioniso; Mozzillo, Angelo; Curia, Francesco; Stazione, Massimo; De Leone, Onofrio; Marmorano, Giorgio; Finoglio, Paolo; Colantonio dal Fiore; Maestro Simone; Montano D'Arezzo; De Maria, Francesco; Cavaretto, Antonio; Malvito, Giovan Tommaso; Maestro delle storie della Maddalena; De Mura, Francesco; Maestro Bernardino de Martino; Maestro Giovanni Graffeo Siciliano; Marco Pino da Siena; Lama, Giovan Bernardo; Corenzio, Belisario; Rossi, Nicola Maria; Teodoro di Enrico; Landulfo, Pompeo; Starace, Girolamo; Fasano, Tommaso; Marullo, Giuseppe; Parise, Francesco; Cosmati, school of
Antiquities: Pottery: black-glazed, archaic banded, domestic wares, bucchero; architectural terracottas, statuettes, lamps, sculpture fragments
Medieval: Sculpture, architecture, architectural sculpture (including Roman spolia) 13-14th century Chapter house; sarcophagi, gravestones; wall painting. Fragment of mosaic; sculptural fragments in the Sala Capitolare. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, ceiling painting fresco cycle; prints depicting Venice c. 1845 (4), sculpture; life-size creche figures dressed in original Neapolitan costume Church restored in 1882, 1926, 1944; excavations under the transept undertaken between 1958-1962, and in the cloister in 1976, have revealed remains of a Roman macellum (market), street, and the paleochristian basilica of the 6th c. AD.
Object Notes: 3 color negatives with no prints at the end.
General Notes: Most objects/paintings/frescoes unidentified. Three batches of photos with the same numbering system arrived. The second and third have been been assigned A and B respectively after their numbers, and should not be interfiled. Some of this material was catalogued by consultant Dr. R. Leighton at the site of S. Lorenzo in November 1987, and worksheets for the antiquities and medieval material were written. Photos 1-40 consist of some objects from excavations under the church; others possibly come from outside Naples. Photos 41-72 represent selections from unrestored material found in excavations under the cloister of the church. Photos 73-132 consist of medieval-renaissance ceramics on display in the museum of the church. As regards the paintings, a number are in S. Lorenzo, while others are from various parishes outside Naples, which were transferred to temporary storage in S. Lorenzo after the earthquake of 1982 (photos 196-284).
Accompanying Material: Fino, Lucio. Arte e storia di Napoli in S. Lorenzo Maggiore (Naples Laurenziana 1987)
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107 Chiara 40 items
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107 Chiesa del Gesu 22 items
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108 Chiesa dell'Annunziata 24 items
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108 Convento of S. Angelo 59 items
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107 Palazzo Covoni 12 items
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107 Palazzo della Curia Vescovile 4 items
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107 S. Felice 10 items
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108 Seminario 3 items
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Salerno
Nocera Inferiore
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105 Museo dell'Agro Nocerino 119 items
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General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--PRINTS FILED, NEGATIVES PROCESSED
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106 S. Antonio 106 items
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General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
Padula
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109-110 Monastery of S. Lorenzo 184 items
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Antiquities: Tombstones, sculpture, capitals, columns, reliefs
There are views of a number of antiquities. Their specific location within the monastery is unknown. There are two views of the tomb of Tommaso Sanseverino and one view of a statue. There are views of the altar, the frescoed ceiling and statues in niches. niches. Views are of the ceiling, paintings, and statues in niches. There are views of the loggia and its balustrade. There are two views of the ceiling fresco. There are views of the fountain, portico, columns and capitals. There are views of the votive cross, loggia, and landscaping. There are views of the cloister, the fountain, and the loggia. There are views of the colonnade, the floor, and frescoes. There are general views of the cloister, the fountain, and the columns. There are interior views of the church altar, the valuted, frescoed ceiling, and comprehensive coverage of the two choir stalls. There are exterior views of the carved wooden door. There are general views of the kitchen, with specific views fo the ovens and stove. Views are of the refectory floor, walls, ceiling and architectural details. View of length of the room; view of altar.
General Notes: Cappella del Fondatore; Cappella del Tesoro; Cella dei Priori, Cappella di S. Michele; Cella dei Priori, Loggia; Chapter house; Chiostro dei Procuratori; Chiostro del Cimitero Antico; Chiostro della Foresteria; Chiostro delle Cucine; Chiostro Grande; Church; Kitchen; Refectory; Sacristy.
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109 Museo Archeologico della Lucania Occidentale 20 items
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Antiquities: There are views of Ardean artifacts, including artefixes.
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112-114 S. Mateo Cathedral 274 items
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Teggiano
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127 Chiesa della Pieta 22 items
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Artist Name: Peruzzi, Baldassare; Todos, Pietro
Exterior views: church portal (1475); lunette relief of the Pieta; cloister with columns of various styles (13th-15th centuries); arcades with damaged frescoes; well in garden. Views of gothic interior: wood and ceramic tile ceiling, frescoes, altar painting of St. Diego, painting of the patron saint of Teggiano with saints Paul and Peter. In the school gymnasium (formerly the refectory of the convent), a large fresco (1487) of the Road to Calvary with clusters of saints present (painted in the style of Pieter Brueghel).
127 S. Angelo 23 items
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Medieval: 11th century architecture and architectural sculpture, including column capitals carved with animal figures. Post-medieval: 14-15th century frescoes
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: January 7, 1983
General Notes: See Teggiano, S. Michele. S. Angelo and S. Michele both have crypts with frescoes, and prints may have been interchanged.
127 S. Francesco 24 items
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Artist Name: De Martino (18th century)
Post-medieval: Architecture; decorated wooden ceiling (18th century); choir stalls; frescoes; paintings on canvas.
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128 S. Maria Maggiore, Cathedral 41 items
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Artist Name: Venuta, Domenico; Melchiorre di Montalbano (13th century); Tino da Camaino
Antiquities: Immured spolia and the base of the holy water font.
This church was rebuilt after an earthquake in 1857, but kept elements of its 1274 construction and later additions; the two portals date to 1279 and 1509. Interior views focus on architectural sculpture and sculpture: a polychrome crucifix, a marble ambo with symbols of the Evangelists (1721); a holy water font (14th century); wooden states of angels; choirstalls (15th century); tomb monuments of Enrico Sanseverino (1336), the Malavolti (1479) and Eustachio de Eustachiis (1472); tomb slabs; capitals; a white barrel-vaulted ceiling with frescoes and stucco decoration. Negatives show another tomb, perhaps that of the Schifani. Also, a view of a 16th-century altarpiece and a painting in the sacristy of St. Michael or St. George and the Dragon.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 12/29/82
General Notes: Some altar paintings and choirstalls that Hutzel discusses in his notes of the Cathedral are actually found in S. Francesco in Teggiano.
128 S. Michele 9 items
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Artist Name: Master of the Cappella Leonessa of S. Pietro in Maiella in Napoli
Crpyt fresco: Madonna and Child Enthroned with St. John the Baptist and another saint.
Object Notes: The proximity and ties between S. Michele and S. Angelo are unclear, but prints from these two monuments have been separated following their description in TCI/Campania (1981). Views of S. Michele and S. Angelo were described in Hutzel's notes of S. Michele and an 8th-century crypt. The prints--the exterior views of S. Angelo, in particular--may be misidentified.
General Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: January 7, 1995.
128 S. Pietro 7 items
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Artist Name: Doctor Ambrosin Malavolta de Senis
Exterior views of 14th-century church: facade, narthex, relief sculpture of the four evangelists on entrance arch, lunette painting, coat-of-arms, bell tower and bifora windows. Interior views of the side chapel: tomb of the Archbishop Guglielmo Rossi; tomb with low-relief sculpture of Christ flanked by the Virgin, saints and angels, and with high-relief sculpture of the Virgin and Child above the sarcophagus; niched statue of a saint. Views of a gravestone, capitals and other fragments of architectural sculpture.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: January 7, 1983
General Notes: S. Pietro is a deconsecrated church and now functions as the Museo Civico of Teggiano.
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125 Cathedral 31 items
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125 Museo Correale di Terranova 31 items
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