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Laszlo Paal

 (1846 - 1879)
Laszlo Paal was active/lived in France, Hungary.  Laszlo Paal is known for painting.

Laszlo Paal

Biography from Dorotheum, Vienna

Laszlo Paal (1846 - 1879)
Lászlo Paál was initially a pupil at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Vienna under Albert Zimmermann, amongst others, before moving to the Dusseldorf Academy where he became a pupil of Mihály Munkáczy. Study trips took him to places including the Netherlands and London. Meeting artists of the Barbizon School had a particular influence on his artistic oeuvre, and he became a member of the group in 1873. The artist was awarded a medal in 1873 at the World Exposition in Vienna for his painting Sunset, and a further medal followed four years later for his work Path in the Woods at Fontainebleau at the Paris Exposition. Paál is regarded as Hungary's most important landscape painter.

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About  Laszlo Paal

Born:  1846
Died:   1879
Known for:  painting