1875: Born in Valencia on December 25.
1888: Admitted to the San Carlos School of Fine Arts until the end of his studies in 1894.
1895-1899: Worked in Madrid, in the studio of Joaquín Sorolla. Painted illustrations for the “Revista Moderna”, “Blanco y Negro”, etc.
1896: Silver medal in a drawing competition organised by the Madrid magazine “Apuntes”.
1897: Bronze medal at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts in Barcelona for El aseo después del trabajo.
1898: Gold medal in the international drawing competition of the “Revista Moderna” magazine in Madrid. Bronze medal at the IV Fine Arts Exhibition in Barcelona for El aseo después del trabajo.
1899: Won a scholarship to the Spanish Academy of Fine Arts in Rome.
1900-1904: Lived in Rome where he combined his travels with his studies and the exhibition of some of his works.
1901: Travelled around Italy. Submitted his first piece of work, La infancia de Baco (The Childhood of Bacchus).
1902: Painted a copy of Raphael’s fresco The Fire in the Borgo.
1903: Travelled around France, Belgium and Holland. Completed the sketches for his final submission of the scholarship.
1904: Submitted his final piece, Canto VII del Inferno del Dante, for which he obtained a gold medal at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts. Returned to Spain and settled in Madrid.
1905: Painted in Brittany. Silver medal at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts for Mother.
1906: Returned from Brittany. Gold medal at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts for Mother.
1907: Travelled around Spain. Silver medal at the International Exhibition of Barcelona for La alegría de la casa (The Joy of the House). Bronze medal at the Salon of the Society of French Artists, for Canto VII del Inferno del Dante. First solo exhibition at the Sala Amaré, Madrid.
1908: Gold medal at the Spanish-French Exhibition in Zaragoza for Dante y Virgilio.
1909: Travelled to Holland. Gold medal at the International Exhibition in Munich for The Sermon. Honors diploma with gold medal at the Regional Exhibition of Valencia.
1910: Solo exhibition in the ” Blanco y Negro” salons in Madrid. Honours diploma and gold medal at the National Exhibition held in Valencia for Breton Family and Portrait of a Lady. Gold medal at the International Exhibition of the Centenary of the Argentine Republic, held in Buenos Aires, for Portrait of Lady Salinas. Gold Medal at the Brussels Universal Exposition for Old Dutchmen.
1911: Gold medal at the VI International Exhibition in Barcelona for all his work.
1915: Manuel Benedito Hall inaugurated at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts.
1918: Artistic adviser at the Royal Tapestry Factory.
1923: Elected as member of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando in Madrid and of the Academy of San Carlos in Valencia.
1924: Public reception at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando, with the theme “The future of the Royal Factory of Tapestries and Carpets of Madrid”. Professor of Colour and Composition at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, replacing his master Sorolla who died in 1923.
1925: Corresponding member of the Hispanic Society of New York.
1926: Valencia. Exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts.
1927: Madrid. The Royal family opens an exhibition of his works at his studio in Calle Juan Bravo.
1929: Manuel Benedito Hall inaugurated at the International Exposition of Barcelona.
1932: Zaragoza. Inauguration of the exhibition hall of the “Heraldo de Aragón”.
1935: Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Fine Arts of Lisbon.
1941: President of the Board of Trustees of the Sorolla Museum.
1944: Solo exhibition in the Casino of Madrid.
1947: Barcelona. Exhibition at the Círculo Artístico.
1949: Solo exhibition at the City Hall of Valencia.
1951: Member of the Board of Trustees of the Prado Museum.
1958: Madrid. Anthological Exhibition organized by the General Direction of Fine Arts.
1959: Valencia. Exhibition at the Círculo de Bellas Artes.
1963: Died in Madrid on June 20, his body was buried in Valencia.
Throughout his career he took part in numerous collective exhibitions and received many awards and honours of both national and international distinction. He was an active member of many societies related to the arts and culture