Corradi, Ridolfi (also called Ghirlandajo), an Italian painter, son of Domenico, was born at Florence in 1485. He studied under Fra Bartolommeo di S. Marco, and made such rapid advance that he was intrusted by Raphael to finish a picture, begun by him, of the Virgin and Infant, for one of the Sienese churches. Several of his first productions are in the churches at Florence, viz., Santi Girolamo and Jacopo. He died in 1560. See Rose, Genesis Biog. Dict. s.v.; Spooner, Biog. Hist. of the Fine Arts, s.v.