Bartolomeo Bon

(c. 1463—1529)

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(c. 1463–1529).

Lombard architect (also called Bergamasco) who worked in Venice, where he designed the ground-floor of the early Renaissance Scuola di San Rocco (1516–24), completed by others. He designed the upper stages of the campanile in the Piazza di San Marco (1510–14), rebuilt 1905–11.

Arslan (1971);D. Howard (1980);Lieberman (1982);McAndrew (1980)

Subjects: Architecture.

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