Definition of Ghirlandaio in English:

Ghirlandaio

Line breaks: Ghir¦lan|daio
Pronunciation: /ˌgɪəlanˈdʌɪəʊ
 
, girlanˈdajo/
  • (Circa 1448–94), Italian painter; born Domenico di Tommaso Bigordi. He is noted for his religious frescoes, particularly Christ Calling Peter and Andrew (1482-4) in the Sistine Chapel, Rome.

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