The third room contains small bronze works by Tuscan masters of the quattrocento.
But with the story-tellers of the quattrocento it was no mere affectation.
But here, as elsewhere, the classicisms are held in check, and never invade or embarrass the dominant spirit of the quattrocento.
As an artist, he has thoroughly outgrown the quattrocento style, and falls short only by a little of the greatest.
The quattrocento work contains much less of it than the Cinquecento.
The portrait of Giovanni dei Medici is by an unknown hand of the quattrocento.
The naïveté of the quattrocento often invests its errors with attraction.
The severe charm, rigidity, and demureness of the quattrocento is weakened into lackadaisical melancholy.
The gallants of the quattrocento could not abide what gave the salt to their grandfathers' feasts.
His articulation of form has nothing in common with the lines of beauty of the antique, or the quattrocento, or the Cinquecento.