- Lo·ren·zo [law-ren-tsaw] /lɔˈrɛn tsɔ/, 1378–1455, Florentine sculptor, goldsmith, and painter.
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At first both Ghiberti and Brunellesco drew three florins a month.The Cathedral Builders
He could have hated the Ghiberti doors had such a thing not been impossible.Aurora the Magnificent
At first he was hampered by his colleague Ghiberti, of whom he skilfully got rid.
The subject had already been treated by Brunellesco and Ghiberti in relief.
In the first edition of the Lives, Vasari calls Ghiberti a painter.
- Lorenzo (loˈrɛntso). 1378–1455, Italian sculptor, painter, and goldsmith of the quattrocento: noted esp for the bronze doors of the baptistry of Florence Cathedral
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