|1401||On December 21, Tomaso di Ser Giovanni (Masaccio, a nickname) is born in San Giovanni Valdarno (formerly Castel San Giovanni).|
|1418||Masaccio in Florence.
Working as a craftsman and studying art.
|1422||In January, Masaccio registers with the painter’s guild.
Arte dei Medici e Speziali, while living in the district of San Niccolo on the south side of Arno river.
In April, Masaccio completes the San Giovenale Triptych.
First example of Brunelleschian ideas about perspective in a painting.
|1423||Masaccio is working in Rome with his friend Masolino.
Painting the Colonna Altarpiece for Santa Maria Maggiore, for Pope Martin(Colonna).
|1424||Masaccio paints the Madonna and Child called Santa’ Anna Metterza for the church of Sant Ambrogio, Florence.|
|1425||Masaccio’s friend, Brunelleschi, makes the first mathematically precise linear perspective painting, the now lost panel of the Baptistery painted from door of the cathedral of Florence.
Masaccio paints the Brancacci Chapel in Santa Maria del Carmine.
|1426||Masaccio paints Pisa Altarpiece painted, Santa Maria del Carmine, Pisa, parts of which are now dispersed in various museums (London, Berlin, Getty), including the masterpiece central panel of Madonna and Child, as well as the panel of the Crucifixion and Saints.|
|1427||Masaccio paints the fresco, The Trinity, on the wall of Santa Maria Novella, Florence, using Brunelleschi’s ideas about perspective.
In July, Masaccio makes his Catasto (Income tax) declaration.
|1428||In June, Masaccio dies in Rome.
We don’t know the cause of his death.