Camerini d'alabastro

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Coordinates: 44°50′13.02″N 11°37′8.84″E / 44.8369500°N 11.6191222°E / 44.8369500; 11.6191222

Via Coperta
Modern reconstruction, with reproductions
Giovanni Bellini, The Feast of the Gods (1514), much altered by Titian and Dosso Dossi, now in Washington
Tiziano, Bacchus and Ariadne (1520-1523), now in London
Titian, Baccanale degli Andrii (1523-1526), now in Prado, Madrid

The Camerini d'alabastro (little rooms of alabaster) are a range of rooms built over the Via Coperta in Ferrara, northern Italy, linking the Castello Estense to the Palazzo Ducale. They may have included the studiolo or little study of Alfonso I d'Este, Duke of Ferrara.

Further reading[edit]

  • Bayer, Andrea, in Dosso Dossi: Court Painter in Renaissance Ferrara, 1998, Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.), J. Paul Getty Museum, pp. 31-40
  • Freedman, Luba, Classical Myths in Italian Renaissance Painting, 2011, pp. 44-48, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 1107001196, 9781107001190, google books
  • Jaffé, David (ed), Titian, The National Gallery Company/Yale, London 2003, ISBN 1 857099036, pp. 101-111