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Concetto  n.  (pl. concetti)  Affected wit; a conceit.

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"Concetto" Quotes from Famous Books

... this letter in a volume which he published at Florence in 1549, and reissued through another firm in 1590. It contained the treatise alluded to above, and also a commentary upon one of Michelangelo's sonnets, "Non ha l'ottimo artista alcun concetto." The book was duly sent to Michelangelo by the favour of a noble Florentine gentleman, Luca Martini. He responded to the present in a letter which deserves here to be recited. It is an eminent example of the ...
— The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti • John Addington Symonds

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