Bon, Bartolomeo or Bono, Bartolomeo (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.
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