Lionardo was born near Florence in 1445, and died in 1520. He may justly be considered as the father of modern Art, as he first laid down the principles of Perspective and Chiaro-Scuro. [P. 79; entries 02280001, 02280002, 02280003, 02280004, 02280005, and 02280006 were exhibited with the note: "Six crayon drawings of celebrated Italian Artists."]
Second Exhibition of Pictures in Dalhousie College. Under the Patronage of Lady Sarah Maitland. Halifax, N.S. Printed by J.S. Cunnabell--Argyle-Street. 1831.