Tintoretto: the Paintings and Drawings

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CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE
1518. At the end of September or the beginning of October Tintoretto was born, according to the entry in the register of deaths of San Marciliano, Venice, where it is stated that he died on May 31st 1594, aged 75 years and eight months. ( G. P. Zabeo Elogio del Tintoretto, Venice 1813.)
1539. Tintoretto lives in the parish of San Cassiano and is described as "mistro Giacomo depentor."
1545. Ceiling-paintings of Apollo and Marsyas (formerly in the Bromley- Davenport collection, London) and Mercury and Argus (lost) for Pietro Aretino.
1546. Fresco in the Arsenal, Belshazzar's Feast (lost).
1547. The Last Supper in San Marcuola.
1548. The Miracle of St. Mark for the Scuola di San Marco, as proved by Aretino's letter to Tintoretto in April of this year ( Lettere IV, 181).
1549. Altar-piece in San Marciliano.
1550 ff. Works for the Procuratie.
Ca. 1550. Tintoretto marries Faustina dei Vescovi.
1552. Two pictures of saints for the Magistrato del Sale (later in the Antichiesetta, now in the Accademia).
1552. Four Evangelists for Santa Maria Zobenigo.
1553. Excommunication of Frederick Barbarossa for the Sala del Gran Consiglio in the Ducal Palace (burnt in 1577).
1559. The Pool of Bethesda for the church of San Rocco.
1561. The Marriage at Cana in Santa Maria della Salute.
1562. Tommaso Rangone di Ravenna receives from the Grande Scuola di San Marco, of which he was custodian, permission to have three pictures painted depicting miracles of St. Mark (two are now in the Accademia at Venice and one in the Brera at Milan).
1562. Coronation of Frederick Barbarossa in the Sala del Gran Consiglio in the Ducal Palace (burnt in 1577).
1563. Tintoretto a member of the commission appointed to inspect Zuccati's mosaics for San Marco.
1564. Ceiling-painting in the Albergo di San Rocco and beginning of Tintoretto's permanent connection with the brotherhood.
1565. Crucifixion in the Scuola di San Rocco, of which Tintoretto becomes a member.
1566/67. Tintoretto finishes the decoration of the Albergo and church of San Rocco.

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