Pietro Torrigiano is born in Florence.
17 years, 1 month, 12 days later
Pietro Torrigiano breaks the nose of Michelangelo in argument while drawing in the Carmine, smashing it so hard that it never heals. The incident is described in a passage from Cellini's autobiography.
20 years, 4 days later
Pietro Torrigiano is commissioned in England to create the tomb monument of Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII.
2 years later
Pietro Torrigiano is given the commission for the magnificent effigial monument for Henry VII and his queen, in the lady chapel of Westminster Abbey.
5 years, 2 days later
Pietro Torrigiano finishes the effigial monument of Henry VII.
3 years later
Pietro Torrigiano moves to Spain.
8 years, 7 months, 5 days later
Pietro Torrigiano dies in Spain in the prisons of the Spanish Inquisition.