1841 14 January Birth of Berthe-Marie-Pauline Morisot at Bourges (Cher), third daughter of Marie-Joséphine Cornélie Thomas and Edme Tiburce Morisot. Her mother's family is from Toulouse; her father, son of an architect, is prefect of Cher.
1852-55 Her father is named prefect of l'Ille-et-Vilaine. The family moves permanently to Paris and lives in rue des Moulins (now rue Scheffer) in Passy, a western suburb of Paris.
1860 Studies under Corot
1864 Morisot's first appearance in the Salon de Paris with the acceptance of two of her landscape paintings.
1868 Morisot is introduced by Fantin-Latour to artist Edouard Manet and soon became his pupil.
1874 Exhibits at the first Impressionist Exhibition. On December 22, 1874 Morisot marries Manet (Manet's brother, Eugene) in the local church, Our Lady of Grace in Passy.
1876 Exhibits at the second Impressionist Exhibition
1877 Exhibits at the third Impressionist Exhibition
1878 Daughter Julie is born
1880 Exhibits at the fifth Impressionist Exhibition
1881 Exhibits at the sixth Impressionist Exhibition
1882 Exhibits at the 7th Impressionist Exhibition
1886 Exhibits at the last Impressionist Exhibition
1892 Husband dies. Following the death of her husband Berthe Morisot leaves the family home on the rue de Villejust and moves with her daughter, Julie, to an apartment at 10 rue Weber.
1892 Dies 2 March of pneumonia in Paris and was interred in the Cimetière de Passy.