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Road to Calvary and Crucifixion of a Thief

Road to Calvary and Crucifixion of a Thief

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Date: 1365~/1368~
Creator: Andrea Bonaiuti
Description: Frescoes
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Road to Calvary and Crucifixion of a Thief

Road to Calvary and Crucifixion of a Thief

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Date: 1365~/1368~
Creator: Andrea Bonaiuti
Description: Frescoes
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Road to Calvary and Crucifixion of a Thief

Road to Calvary and Crucifixion of a Thief

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Date: 1365~/1368~
Creator: Andrea Bonaiuti
Description: Frescoes
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Road to Calvary and Crucifixion of a Thief

Road to Calvary and Crucifixion of a Thief

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Date: 1365~/1368~
Creator: Andrea Bonaiuti
Description: None
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Road to Calvary and Crucifixion of a Thief

Road to Calvary and Crucifixion of a Thief

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Date: 1365~/1368~
Creator: Andrea Bonaiuti
Description: Frescoes
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Triumph of Catholic doctrine, w. St. Thomas Aquinas, winged virtues above, doctors of the Church left and right; 14 female Allegories of Arts and Sciences (in Gothic choir stalls)

Triumph of Catholic doctrine, w. St. Thomas Aquinas, winged virtues above, doctors of the Church left and right; 14 female Allegories of Arts and Sciences (in Gothic choir stalls)

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Date: 1365~/1368~
Creator: Andrea Bonaiuti
Description: Frescoes
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Triumph of Catholic doctrine, w. St. Thomas Aquinas, winged virtues above, doctors of the Church left and right; 14 female Allegories of Arts and Sciences (in Gothic choir stalls)

Triumph of Catholic doctrine, w. St. Thomas Aquinas, winged virtues above, doctors of the Church left and right; 14 female Allegories of Arts and Sciences (in Gothic choir stalls)

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Date: 1365~/1368~
Creator: Andrea Bonaiuti
Description: Frescoe
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Triumph of Catholic doctrine, w. St. Thomas Aquinas, winged virtues above, doctors of the Church left and right; 14 female Allegories of Arts and Sciences (in Gothic choir stalls)

Triumph of Catholic doctrine, w. St. Thomas Aquinas, winged virtues above, doctors of the Church left and right; 14 female Allegories of Arts and Sciences (in Gothic choir stalls)

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Date: 1365~/1368~
Creator: Andrea Bonaiuti
Description: Frescoe
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Triumph of Catholic doctrine, w. St. Thomas Aquinas, winged virtues above, doctors of the Church left and right; 14 female Allegories of Arts and Sciences (in Gothic choir stalls)

Triumph of Catholic doctrine, w. St. Thomas Aquinas, winged virtues above, doctors of the Church left and right; 14 female Allegories of Arts and Sciences (in Gothic choir stalls)

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1365~/1368~
Creator: Andrea Bonaiuti
Description: Frescoes
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Triumph of Catholic doctrine, w. St. Thomas Aquinas, winged virtues above, doctors of the Church left and right; 14 female Allegories of Arts and Sciences (in Gothic choir stalls)

Triumph of Catholic doctrine, w. St. Thomas Aquinas, winged virtues above, doctors of the Church left and right; 14 female Allegories of Arts and Sciences (in Gothic choir stalls)

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Date: 1365~/1368~
Creator: Andrea Bonaiuti
Description: Frescoes
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Il Redentore

Il Redentore

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Date: 1577/1592
Creator: Andrea Palladio
Description: Overall view of Il Redentore from Guidecca Canal. From the Renaissance Period.
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Il Redentore

Il Redentore

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Date: 1577/1592
Creator: Andrea Palladio
Description: Total view of façade of Il Redentore. From the Renaissance Period.
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Boots

Boots

Date: 1900/1999
Creator: Anne Klein (House of) (New York, New York)
Description: Pair of black suede boots. Ankle-height boots of black suede, with pointed toes and decorative stitch accent at opening. Black suede tassel on heel from opening. 2 1/4" high "stacked" spike heel of black leather(?). Upper is lined in black leather, inner sole lined with red leather. Sole of dark brown leather. Stamped in each shoe: "Anne Klein / New York". Stamped on sole: "Anne / Klein / Made in Italy / 7 1/2 / M"
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Markets of Trajan

Markets of Trajan

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Date: 0107/0114
Creator: Apollodorus of Damascus
Description: Trajan's markets, view SE toward Forum of Augustus (1998). From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Markets of Trajan

Markets of Trajan

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Date: 0107/0114
Creator: Apollodorus of Damascus
Description: General view NE of Trajan's Markets (1998). From Roman Imperial Period.
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Markets of Trajan

Markets of Trajan

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Date: 0107/0114
Creator: Apollodorus of Damascus
Description: View NE from Basilica Ulpia (1998). Medieval Torre della Milizie (tower) in background, 1227-41. From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Skirt Suit

Skirt Suit

Date: 1990~
Creator: Armani, Georgio
Description: Skirt suit of brown wool. A) Jacket, Lower-hip length, collarless, and with 3 button-and-loop closures at center-front. Long sleeves with slit and single button closure at wrists. Welt pockets at hips, and princess seams. Inner shoulder pads, and brown polyester lining. B) Matching short skirt, with 1” waistband. Button tab and side zip closure. Waistband is lined with grosgrain ribbon, and the skirt is lined in brown polyester. Designer's label: "Giorgio Armani / A Milano Borgonuovo 21"
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Ensemble - Dress and Vest

Ensemble - Dress and Vest

Date: 1988
Creator: Armani, Giorgio
Description: Ensemble of acetate/silk blend printed with black, grey, and white with purple flowers. Consists of: A) Dress. Below knee length. Round neckline. Short sleeves with shoulder pads. Center back zipper. Diagonal darts at waist. Vents at either side seam hem. Unlined. Designer's label at inside center back neckline: "Giorgio Armani / Le Collezioni / Made in Italy" Size label next to designer's label: "44 / 10" B) Vest. Past hip length. Four iridescent gray buttons at front with barred buttonholes. Buttons hidden from view when fasted by front placket. Sleeveless. V-shaped neckline. Unlined. Care and content label at inside left seam with attached extra button. C) Belt. Front same fabric as garment. Back stiff facing. Rectangular buckle is covered in same fabric.
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Men's Trench Coat

Men's Trench Coat

Date: unknown
Creator: Armani, Giorgio
Description: Men's trench coat of brown glazed/polished cotton with stand-up collar which fastens with two buttons. Concealed button-down front, vertical welt pockets. Saddle sleeves with two buttons and tab at cuff. Belt of self with narrow, rectangular buckle covered in leather. Back has seam down center, ending in slit with two buttons. Designer's label at center back neckline: "Giorgio Armani / Made in Italy" Worn by Valerian Stux-Rybar; donated by Jean-Francois Daigre
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1970
Creator: Axel of Denmark
Description: Dress. Full-length sleeveless evening dress of printed silk. The bodice has a rounded neckline, bust darts, and widens slightly at hips. The silk print on the bodice is of horizontal stripes of black, yellow, green, and red. The skirt starts at a dropped waist, and is a slight "A" line in form. The printed on the skirt is of an Op Art pattern of pink, red, black, green, and purple squares and circles within squares, and with two large black squares, one on front and one on back. Black band at hem. The dress has a center back zipper closure and is lined in black silk. It has an accompanying black silk belt, 2" wide, with two domed buttons covered in black silk as closures. The dress has two labels sewn inside at back collar, to right of zipper. Maker's label: "Axel / of Denmark / 42" and second tag "Pure silk / by D'Este" [care instructions pictographs] and on reverse [care instructions pictographs] "Made in / Italy".
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1970~
Creator: Axel of Denmark
Description: Op art maxi dress. Full length multicolored printed silk. Top half from neckline to hips printed with horizontal black, red, yellow, and green stripes of varying thicknesses. Bottom half a repeating pattern of squares and circles in red, pink, yellow, green, blue, purple, and black. A large black square is printed center lower half. Hem is black. Printing is the same front and back. Center back zipper. Shoulder and bust darts. Fully lined with black silk. Round neckline. Designer's label at inside back neckline; "Axel / of Denmark / 42" Care and Content label at inside back neckline; "Pure silk / By D'este / Made in / Italy" With accompanying belt of black Silk. Two inches wide. Two black silk covered round buttons on one end, two black thread button holes on other. Buttons are sewn with black thread.
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Standing Figure of Duke Alessandro de' Medici (1511-37), first Duke of Florence

Standing Figure of Duke Alessandro de' Medici (1511-37), first Duke of Florence

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Date: 1540~/1549~
Creator: BANDINELLI, Baccio
Description: Total from front center
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Standing Figure of Giovanni della Bande Nere de' Medici (1498-1526), father of Duke Cosimo I

Standing Figure of Giovanni della Bande Nere de' Medici (1498-1526), father of Duke Cosimo I

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Date: 1540~/1549~
Creator: BANDINELLI, Baccio
Description: Total from front center
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Standing Figure of Giovanni della Bande Nere de' Medici (1498-1526), father of Duke Cosimo I

Standing Figure of Giovanni della Bande Nere de' Medici (1498-1526), father of Duke Cosimo I

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Date: 1540~
Creator: BANDINELLI, Baccio
Description: bust-length detail from front right
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