And I remember Garofalo had these big dogs—really overly friendly, muddy dogs.
Kevin Draper, a blogger from The Diss, reached out to Garofalo to ask him to explain his tweet.
Garofalo's works are very numerous; many of them are in France and in Rome, and in our own Gallery he is well represented.
Garofalo, the Neapolitan jurist, observes that he is scarcely deceived twice out of ten times.
Those words of Sismondis, Garofalo adds, are as true to-day as when they were written.
His life and works are generally confounded with those of Garofalo, to which painter Morelli ascribes the present work.
He may be placed after Garofalo, among the masters of his native town.
Garofalo suppressed these lines in the French edition of his book.
His theory that the works attributed to Ortolano are in reality early works of Garofalo is very doubtful.