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Philip De Laszlo

 (1869 - 1937)
Philip Alexius De Laszlo was active/lived in United Kingdom, Hungary.  Philip De Laszlo is known for portrait, figure painting (notable portrait).

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De László painted both the sitter and her husband, John W. Davis in 1920, while the latter was U.S. Ambassador to the Court of St James's (1918-1921). The artist 'not wholly satisfied with the blandness of the official portrait of the Ambassador,' made a second portrait of him two years later (Harbaugh, op.cit). It was Mrs. Davis who persuaded her husband to sit for the artist and he was so struck by her beauty that he insisted on painting her as well. Ellen 'Nell' Graham Bassel was born 26 January 1869 in Clarksburg, West Virginia, the daughter of John Bassel (1840-1914), a well-known lawyer in Clarksburg, and his wife Martha Lewis (1841-1912). As a young woman, Ellen and her five sisters aspired 'to lead the fa   ...  Displaying 750 of 6811 characters.

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