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Philip Alexius de László

(1869-1937), Portrait painter

Sitter in 7 portraits
Artist associated with 19 portraits
Born in Hungary, de László studied in Budapest, Paris and Munich before receiving his first significant commission from the Bulgarian royal family in 1894. In 1900 he married Lucy Madeline Guinness and in 1907 settled in London, embarking on a successful and prolific career painting royalty and members of the aristocracy. His success led to his being known as the 'Who's Who Painter'. He was naturalized as a British subject in 1914.

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Philip Alexius de László, by Sir David Low - NPG 4529(207)

Philip Alexius de László

by Sir David Low
pencil, circa 1920s-1937
NPG 4529(207)

Philip Alexius de László, by Walter Benington - NPG P969

Philip Alexius de László

by Walter Benington
vintage chlorobromide print, 1928
NPG P969

Philip Alexius de László, by Walter Benington - NPG P970

Philip Alexius de László

by Walter Benington
vintage chlorobromide print, 1928
NPG P970

Image currently unavailable owing to copyright restrictions

Philip Alexius de László

by Paul Laib
12 x 10 inch film negative, 1910s
NPG x137749

Image currently unavailable owing to copyright restrictions

Philip Alexius de László

by Paul Laib
12 x 10 inch film negative, 1910s
NPG x137750

Image currently unavailable owing to copyright restrictions

Philip Alexius de László

by Paul Laib
contact print
NPG x38280

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