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
Giovanni Bellini, The Feast of the Gods (1514), retouched by Titian and Dosso, 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 formed the studiolo or little study of Alfonso I d'Este, Duke of Ferrara.

Further reading[edit]

  • Freedman, Luba, Classical Myths in Italian Renaissance Painting, 2011, pp. 44-48, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 1107001196, 9781107001190, google books