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Ghir·lan·da·io

also Ghir·lan·da·jo  (gîr-län-dä′yō), Domenico Originally Domenico Bigordi. 1449-1494.
Florentine painter known especially for his narrative frescoes, such as Scenes from the Life of Saint Francis (1483-1485).

Ghirlandaio

(Italian ɡirlanˈdaːjo) or

Ghirlandajo

n
(Biography) Domenico (doˈmeːniko). original name Domenico Bigordi. 1449–94, Italian painter of frescoes

Ghir•lan•da•io

or Ghir•lan•da•jo

(ˌgɪər lənˈdɑ yoʊ)

n.
(Domenico di Tommaso Curradi di Doffo Bigordi) 1449–94, Italian painter.
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Paintings by Uccello, Ghirlandajo, Piero della Francesca, Andrea del Sarto, and Veronese are nicely reproduced but dealt with only routinely to document a point in a sentence or two.
The theme of the Adoration enjoyed great favor among Florentine artists of the Quattrocento; later interpretations by Filippo Lippi, Botticelli, Ghirlandajo, and Benozzo Gozzoli are all justly famous.