Ghirlandajo (14491494)

Ghirlandajo (i.e. Garland-maker), nickname of Domenico Curradi, an Italian painter, born at Florence; acquired celebrity first as a designer in gold; he at 24 turned to painting, and devoted himself to fresco and mosaic work, in which he won wide-spread fame; amongst his many great frescoes it is enough to mention here “The Massacre of the Innocents,” at Florence, and “Christ calling Peter and Andrew,” at Rome; Michael Angelo was for a time his pupil (14491494).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Ghilan * Ghuzni
Ghazali, Abu Mohammed al-
Ghazipur
Ghazni
Gheel
Ghent
Ghetto
Ghibellines
Ghiberti, Lorenzo
Ghika, Helena
Ghilan
Ghirlandajo
Ghuzni
Giants
Giant's Causeway
Giaour
Gibbon, Edward
Gibbons, Grinling
Gibbons, Orlando
Gibeon
Gibraltar
Gibson, John