noun (often initial capital letter)
- quatre bras,
- quay, matthew stanley,
Origin of quattrocento
Examples from the Web for quattrocento
No other Sienese sculptor of the Quattrocento approaches Giacomos solitary greatness.
These ten figures are among the most characteristic products of Sienese art of the Quattrocento.
As an artist, he has thoroughly outgrown the quattrocento style, and falls short only by a little of the greatest.Renaissance in Italy Vol. 3|John Addington Symonds
The portrait of Giovanni dei Medici is by an unknown hand of the Quattrocento.
The third room contains small bronze works by Tuscan masters of the Quattrocento.
Word Origin for quattrocento
"the fifteenth century as a period in art and architecture," 1847, from Italian quattrocento, literally "four hundred," short for mille quattrocento "one thousand four hundred," in reference to a period beginning in "1400;" see four + hundred.