The Ghirlandaio show at the Thyssen, by contrast, resolutely insists on the multiplicity of meanings in a great work of art.
Michelangelo would later claim that his teacher, Ghirlandaio, taught him nothing.
Indeed I can show you her portrait in a fresco of Ghirlandaio's.
In Ghirlandaio the skill and the imagination are equal, and he gives us a delightful impression of enjoying his own resources.
He had as much vigor and audacity as Ghirlandaio, with more grace and freshness of invention.
This artist, who painted in private, received his first instruction in the school of Ghirlandaio, and of Piero Francia.
The heads are fine, almost worthy of Ghirlandaio, but they have been somewhat restored.