Yes, but with some caution because not all those writers are good ones and you could find that some authors use expressions taken from their own language which don't make any sense at all in Latin. Anyway, Justus Lipsius, Joseph Justus and Julius Caesar Scaliger, Pico della Mirandola, Melanchthon, Valla, Grotius, Leon Battista Alberti, Erasmus, etc., use to be understandable when you have a considerable skill in Latin. If you can read Cicero, then they will be affordable. Erasmus, for instance, is difficult sometimes because -in my opinion- he has an exaggerated style, but they all tend to imitate Cicero
-which seeks for equilibrium and harmony.
By the way, when someone begins to study Classics or has any interest in it, I use to recommend William Harris' personal page
concretely) because it's really interesting and offers a lot of information.
Regards and good luke with your studies!