1696 – Born in Venice on the 5th of March.
1717 – He left Lazzarini studios, and was received into the Fraglia guild of painters.
1719 – Tiepolo married Maria Cecilia Guardi, sister of two contemporary Venetian painters Francesco and Giovanni Antonio Guardi.
1750 – Tiepolo’s reputation was firmly established throughout Europe, and accompanied by his son Giandomenico.
– He traveled to Würzburg at the call of Prince Bishop Karl Philipp von Greiffenklau.
1753 – Tiepolo was now richly in demand locally and abroad, where he was elected President of the Academy of Padua.
1770 – Died on the 27th of March.
1772 – Tiepolo was sufficiently famous to be documented as painter to Doge Giovanni Cornaro, in charge of the decoration of Palazzo Mocenigo a San Polo.