Philip de László painting portrait of Gladys Vanderbilt

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Title

Philip de László painting portrait of Gladys Vanderbilt

Subject

Portrait of historical, political figure

Description

Photo of Philip de László, ca. 1920-30, Anonymous Photograph, Lent by Pelényi Collection, painting portrait of Gladys Vanderbilt Széchenyi [wife of László Széchenyi] Additional photo of Portrait of Gladys Vanderbilt displayed at The Breakers in Newport, Rhode Island. Source
References: Philip Alexius de László MVO RBA (Hungarian: László Fülöp Elek; Budapest, 30 April 1869 – London, 22 November 1937), born Fülöp Laub, was an Anglo-Hungarian painter known particularly for his portraits of royal and aristocratic personages. In 1900, he married Lucy Guinness of Stillorgan, County Dublin and he became a British subject in 1914. Source

Source

American Hungarian Library and Historical Society

Date

1920-1930

Format

JPEG,Original: 19x24cm

Type

Photograph

Identifier

AHLHS_P.007

Collection

Citation

“Philip de László painting portrait of Gladys Vanderbilt,” The Hungarian Archives, accessed September 17, 2021, https://www.hungarianarchives.org/items/show/730.