Domenico Ghirlandaio Paintings

Domenico Ghirlandaio (1448-1494) was an early Italian Renaissance painter whose contemporaries included the artists Botticelli and Filippino Lippi. He is most well known for his fresco paintings and portraits. Ghirlandaio also owned a workshop where many young artists apprenticed with him, including Michelangelo.

Paintings by Domenico Ghirlandaio in Chronological Order:

Madonna and Child, c.1470 Apse, c.1471 St. Antony, c.1471
St. Barbara, c.1471 St. Jerome, c.1471 Lamentation over the Dead Christ, c.1472
Madonna of Mercy, c.1472 Madonna of Mercy and Lamentation, c.1472 Baptism of Christ, c.1473
Madonna, c.1473 Madonna and Child with St. Sebastian and St. Julian, c.1473 St. Barbara Crushing Her Infidel Father, c.1473
Announcement of Death to St. Fina, 1473-1475 Portrait of Lucrezia Tornabuoni, 1475 The Funeral of St. Fina, 1473-1475
Last Supper, 1476 Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints, 1479 Last Supper, 1480
St. Jerome, 1480 The Calling of St. Peter and St. Andrew, 1481 Annunciation, 1482
The Calling of St. Peter, 1482 Confirmation of the Rule, 1483 Coronation of the Virgin, 1483
Francesco Sassetti, 1483 Decoration of the Sala del Gigli, 1482-1484 Decoration of the Sala del Gigli, 1482-1484
Decoration of the Sala del Gigli, c.1482-c.1484 Adoration of the Shepherds, 1485 Confirmation of the Rule, 1482-1485
David, 1485 Madonna and Child Enthroned with Four Angels, the Archangels Michael and Raphael, and St. Gusto and St. Zenobius, 1480-1485 Meeting of Augustus and the Sibyl, 1485
Portrait of the Donor Nera Corsi Sassetti, 1483-1485 Renunciation of Worldly Goods, 1482-1485 St. John the Evangelist on the Island of Patmos, 1480-1485
Stigmata of St. Francis, 1483-1485 The Death of St. Francis, 1482-1485 The Trial by Fire, St. Francis before the Sultan of Egypt, 1482-1485
Vaulting of the Sassetti Chapel, c.1485 A Sibyl, 1483-1486 Coronation of the Virgin, 1486
Last Supper, c.1486 Madonna and Child enthroned with St. Dionysius, Aeropagita, Domenic, Clement and Thomas Aquinas, c.1486 Study, c.1486
Study, c.1486 Study of Two Women, c.1486 The Miracle of a Child, 1482-1486
Francesco Sassetti and His Son Teodoro, c.1487 The Adoration of the Magi, 1487 Portrait of Giovanna Tornabuoni, c.1485-c.1488
The Adoration of the Magi, 1488 Adoration of the Magi, 1486-1490 Angel Appearing to Zacharias, 1486-1490
Annunciation closeup, 1489-1490 Baptism of Christ, c.1486-c.1490 Coronation of the Virgin, 1486-1490
Death and Assumption of the Virgin, 1486-1490 Elderly Woman, 1486-1490 Expulsion of Joachim, 1486-1490
Herod’s Banquet, 1486-1490 Madonna in Glory with Saints, c.1490 Marriage of Mary, 1486-1490
Martyrdom of St. Peter Martyr, 1486-1490 Portrait of a Girl, c.1490 Portrait of a Lady, c.1490
Portrait of Giovanna Tornabuoni, 1489-1490 Portrait of the Donor Francesca Pitti Tornabuoni, 1486-1490 Portrait of the Donor Giovanni Tornabuoni, 1486-1490
Preaching of St. John the Baptist, 1486-1490 Presentation of the Virgin, 1486-1490 Slaughter of the Innocents, 1486-1490
St. Catherine of Siena and St. Lawrence, c.1490 St. Dominic Burning Heretical Writings, 1486-1490 St. John the Baptist in the Desert, 1486-1490
St. John the Evangelist, 1486-1490 St. Luke, 1486-1490 St. Mark the Evangelist, 1486-1490
St. Matthew the Evangelist, 1486-1490 The Annunciation, 1486-1490 The Birth of Mary, 1486-1490
The Birth of St. John the Baptist, 1486-1490 The Visitation, c.1490 Vaulting of the Tornabuoni Chapel, 1485-1490
Study of Garments, c.1491 The Visitation, 1491 Christ in Glory with St. Benedict (c.480-547), St. Romuald (c.952-1027), St. Attinia, St. Grecinia and the donor, abbot Buonvicini, 1492
The Nativity, c.1492 The Nativity, c.1492 St. Stephen the Martyr, c.1490-c.1494
Adoration of the Child Altarpiece of St. Vincent Ferrer Altarpiece of St. Vincent Ferrer
Giovanna Tornabuoni and Her Accompaniment Ludovica Tornabuoni Madonna and Child
Madonna and Child Old Man with a Young Boy Piero, Eldest Son of Lorenzo the Magnificent, Called Piero the Unfortunate
Portrait of a Young Woman Portrait of Giovane Donna St. Christopher
St. Stephen St. Stephen, St. Jacobo, St. Peter The Coronation of the Virgin
The Virgin and Child Virgin Mary Zacharias Writes Down the Name of His Son

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