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Ghiberti

[ gee-ber-tee ]

noun

  1. Lo·ren·zo [law-, ren, -tsaw], 1378–1455, Florentine sculptor, goldsmith, and painter.


Ghiberti

/ ɡiˈbɛrti /

noun

  1. GhibertiLorenzo13781455MItalianARTS AND CRAFTS: sculptorARTS AND CRAFTS: painterARTS AND CRAFTS: goldsmith 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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However this may be, Ghiberti began the work at once, and finished the door on the north side of the Baptistery in ten years.

For all his genius, Ghiberti, that euphuist, did not influence those who came after him as Donatello did.

It was not to the disciples of Ghiberti that the future belonged, but to those who have studied with Brunellesco.

The first of his two bronze gates for the baptistery occupied Ghiberti twenty years.

Paolo Uccello, who was twenty years younger than Ghiberti, got his nickname from his skill in painting birds.

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