Philip de László

1869-1937 Hungary/Portraitist

 

Brief Biography-Philip de László of Budapest studied at the National Academy of Art under Bertalan Székely and visited Paris and Munich. After four years in Vienna, in 1907, he settled in London, marrying a member of the Guinness family from Stillorgan, Dublin. De László was primarily a portraitist for the nobility of the day and received honorary awards in appreciation for his work

 

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Bruno
Schroder

Bruno Schroder

Erzs- and
Stefanie

Double Portrait of Erzsebet and Stefanie

Elisabeth
of Austria

Empress Elisabeth of Austria-Queen of Hungary and Bohemia in Mourning

Ignac
Wechselmann

Ignac Wechselmann

The Son of
the Artist

The Son of the Artist

John L
Maffey

John Loader Maffey-First Baron Rugby

Lady F
Gresley

Lady Frances Gresley

Mrs Paul
Bridgeman

Mrs Paul Bridgeman and Daughter

Andrew
of Greece

Prince Andrew of Greece

Pope Leo
Thirteen

Pope Leo Thirteen

Princess
Beatrice

Princess Beatrice

Princess
Elizabeth

Princess Elizabeth of York-Currently Queen Elizabeth Two of England

Queen Olga
of Greece

Queen Olga of Greece

Victoria of
Spain

Queen Victoria of Spain

Sir Robert
Gresley

Sir Robert Gresley Eleventh Baronet

Sir William
M F Petrie

Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie

In the
Hofbrauhaus

In the Hofbrauhaus