31 UMMA Objects
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Sir Francis Seymour Haden
Breaking up of the Agamemnon, No. II
1875 – 1885
Museum Purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art
1994/2.11

Giuseppe Barberi
Elevation of a Small Domed Church
1746 – 1809
Museum Purchase
1958/1.67

Fratelli Alinari
Cathedral, Florence
1855 – 1865
Gift of Mr. & Mrs. W. Howard Bond
1984/1.311

Italian
Campo SS Giovanni & Paolo (San Zanipolo) with Verrocchio's Colleoni Monument, Ve
1867 – 1899
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. W. Howard Bond
1987/1.342

G. Lambert
Government Office Building, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1868 – 1880
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. W. Howard Bond
1988/1.110
This drawing presents a frontal view of a small two-story church.  The first level has a portico entrance flanked by statues in niches.  Above the portico continues into the second level and is surmounted by a pediment.  Above the second level is a shallow dome on a low drum.
Giuseppe Barberi
Elevation of a Small Domed Church
1746 – 1809
Museum Purchase
1958/1.65

Giuseppe Barberi
Elevation of a Small Domed Church
1746 – 1809
Museum Purchase
1958/1.66

Arturo Montrone
Castel S. Angelo
Gift of Miss Anna M. Barnard
1955/2.8
On the right-hand side of the photograph, a rectangular stone structure capped with two domed cylindrical turrets abuts a crenellated stone wall. Three trees in the foreground dominate the left-hand side of the image.
Felix Bonfils (French (culture or style))
Jérusalem – Porte dorée, vue intérieure
1867 – 1885
Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond
1994/2.28.3

Auguste Louis Lepère (French (culture or style))
La fête au juillet, 1882 (La fête du 14 juillet)
1849 – 1918
Museum Purchase
1978/2.37

Joseph Spithover
Tiber River, Rome
1850 – 1870
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. W. Howard Bond
1987/1.338
This photograph depicts a prominently placed domed structure in the center of a courtyard with a man standing at the threshhold of the door. 
Felix Bonfils (French (culture or style))
Coupole de l'Ascension – Cupola of the Ascension
1867 – 1885
Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond
1994/2.30.6
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