Brunelleschi determined to do this, and when his work was finished he invited Donatello to sup with him.
It was he who consecrated the beautiful church just finished by Brunelleschi.
Brunelleschi's study of ancient art may have induced him to adapt a classical device to the requirements of Christian pageantry.
This appears to be one of the modifications from what Brunelleschi had intended.
The cloisters of San Lorenzo, haunted by needy and destitute cats, were also designed by Brunelleschi.
It is well known that the erection of the dome was finally entrusted to Brunelleschi in 1420.
Morel, like Brunelleschi, was an architect as well as a craftsman in bronze.
The trial-pieces prepared by Brunelleschi and Ghiberti are now preserved in the Bargello.
A public competition for a dome was held in which Brunelleschi took part.
He was no architect, as we know from his incompetence to do more than impede Brunelleschi in the building of the dome.