His first recorded work was painted in Pisa, The Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints and associated predella of the Adoration of the Magi and Slaughter of the Innocents (1493?; Pisa, formerly San Matteo, Museo Nazionale San Matteo). By 1499 he was in Ferrara, where he was commissioned to participate in the decoration of the choir of the Cathedral, and subsequently received a pension from the Duke, Alfonso I d’Este. In 1526 he moved to Budrio, near Bologna, where he produced a series of works which reveal the influence of Raphael’s classicism. In 1537 he returned to Pisa where he painted his last recorded work, The Punishment of the Sons of Aaron, for the Cathedral (in situ).