Santa Maria of Carmine Church, Florence, Tuscany, Italy, Europe
Masaccio and Masolino are commissioned by the powerful and rich Felice Brancacci to execute a cycle of frescoes for the The Brancacci Chapel in the church of Santa Maria del Carmine in Florence.
1 year, 1 day later
Masaccio and Masolino begin painting the The Brancacci Chapel.
8 months, 3 days later
Masolino leaves work on the The Brancacci Chapel and goes to Hungary.
4 months, 2 days later
Masaccio leaves the The Brancacci Chapel frescoes unfinished in order to respond to other commissions.
1 year later
Masaccio returns to work again in the Carmine, beginning the Resurrection of the Son of Theophilus.
63 years, 16 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.
Michelangelo studies from the frescoes of Masaccio at the Carmine with other students of the Medicean Academy.
281 years, 2 months, 8 days later
A fire damages some scenes from the The Brancacci Chapel frescoes.