The Tornabuoni Chapel is in the chancel of the basilica with the Neo-Gothic main altar by Enrico Romoli, who directed the restoration of the church in 1860. The frescoes here were painted by Domenico Ghirlandaio from 1485 to 1490. They feature mostly scenes from the life of the Virgin (left wall), St John the Baptist (right wall), and various Dominican saints (rear wall). The frescoes are particularly valued for showing characters in typical Florentine dress of the late 15th century.
The current Neo-Gothic main altar is by Enrico Romoli who directed the restoration of the church in 1860.
The Strozzi Chapel is to the right and the Gondi Chapel with the Brunelleschi Crucifix to the left.
Santa Maria Novella in Florence