In Padua, “Pietro Bembo and the invention of the Renaissance”

19 February 2013

For about two decades between the 1520s and the 1540s, Palazzo Camerini in Padua (today in via Altinate) was one of the most notable places of the Italian Renaissance, where Pietro Bembo had his house and home. He spent most of his adulthood in that villa with garden, where he welcomed the friends and pupils […]