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Other sources of information about Philip de László

A note on Philip de Laszlo and picture framing by Lynn Roberts

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For published works relating to Philip de László please see the Library catalogue.

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The de László Catalogue Raisonné

Launched in 2007 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the artist's death, the de László Catalogue Raisonné is available online.

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The de Laszlo Archive Trust

The de Laszlo Archive Trust was set up to research, catalogue and administer the paintings and archive of Philip Alexius de László. For more information please visit the website.

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The Royal Collection

The Royal Collection holds two portraits by Philip de László, namely a portrait of General Sir George White painted in 1900 and a portrait of Princess Henry of Battenberg, née Princess Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodora of Great Britain Princess Beatrice, painted in 1926.  Many more, including portraits of Their Majesties, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, when Duke and Duchess of York and of Queen Elizabeth II, when Princess Elizabeth of York are in the private ownership of the Royal Family.

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