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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 23, no. 10 (June, 1965)
THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART BULLETIN | VOLUME 23 | NUMBER 10

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 23, no. 10 (June, 1965)

Forsyth, William H., Thomas P. F. Hoving, Carmen Gómez-Moreno, Vera K. Ostoia, and Bonnie Young
1965
37 pages
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"Italian Romanesque Sculpture"
Thomas P. F. Hoving

"The Doorway of San Leonardo al Frigido"
Carmen Gómez-Moreno

"A Saint on a Holy-Water Font"
Bonnie Young

"'To Represent What Is as It Is'"
Vera K. Ostoia

"The Sangemini Doorway"
William H. Forsyth

Met Art in Publication

Fragment of a Figure, Marble (Carrara marble), Italian
Italian
ca. 1225
Crowned Head of a Woman, Marble (Lunense marble from Carrera), traces of lapis lazuli and lead, South Italian
South Italian
ca. 1270
Seated Figure (Prophet or Apostle), Master of Santa Maria la Bianca  Italian, Marble (Carrara marble) with lead and serpentine inlay, Italian
ca. 1200
Lion, from a Doorway, Limestone (Red limestone), North Italian
North Italian
early 13th century
Portal from the Church of San Leonardo al Frigido, Biduinus  Italian, Marble (Carrara marble), Italian
ca. 1175
Holy-water Font, Guglielmus  Italian, Marble (Carrara marble), Italian
ca. 1160–65
Capital with Four Heads, Limestone, Italian
Italian
ca. 1225–50
Doorway from the Church of San Nicolò, San Gemini, Marble (Lunense marble from Carrara), Central Italian
Central Italian
carved 1000s, assembled 1100s or 1200s

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