Pietro Bembo and the Invention of the Renaissance
February 2, 2013 – May 19, 2013
Pietro Bembo (1470-1547) romanced Lucrezia Borgia, climbed Mount Etna, and invented the semicolon. Titian painted his portrait. He once owned the world's oldest book and an ancient Egyptian-style tabletop from the ruins of the Temple of Isis in Rome, and much, much more. An exhibition in Padua focuses on the man and his collection, both extraordinary.
Tickets from €8. For more information, please visit www.mostrabembo.it.
Palazzo del Monte di Pietà
Piazza Duomo 14,