Selected essays and articles on Philip de László which have, with the kind permission of their respective authors, been made available to read online. Arranged chronologically: 

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    Philip de László et la famille Gramont au château de Vallière

    Ribeton, Olivier, ‘Philip de László et la famille Gramont au château de Vallière’, Les Cahiers d’Histoire de l’Art, no. 10, 2012, pp.143-57. Click here to read the original article in French. 

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    Philip de László and the Corvin Badge of Honour: a Late Recognition

    Sallay, Dr Gergely Pál, ‘Philip de László and the Corvin Badge of Honour: a Late Recognition', The Journal of the Orders and Medals Research Society, vol. 51, no. 3 (296), September 2012, pp.165-70. Click here to read the article. This article was first published in Hungarian in Katonaújság  in December 2011. Dr Sallay is Head of Department in the Hungarian Military History Museum in Budapest.

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    De László, Portraitist of Perfection

    Harvey, Adrian, 'De László, 'Portraitist of Perfection', North Magazine, Summer 2009, pp. 40-43. To read this, click here

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    Philip de László in Hungary

    Bellak Gabor. In A Brush with Grandeur, Sandra de Laszlo, ed., & Christopher Wenthworth-Stanley, asst. ed., Paul Holberton Publishing, London, 2004, pp 20-29

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    Philip de László in England

    Wood, Christopher, ‘Philip de László in England’, in A Brush with Grandeur, Sandra de Laszlo, ed., & Christopher Wentworth-Stanley, asst. ed., Paul Holberton Publishing, London, 2004, pp.20-29. Click here to read the essay

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    De László, Royalty and Tradition

    Lloyd, Christopher, 'De László, Royalty and Tradition', in A Brush with Grandeur, Sandra de Laszlo, ed., & Christopher Wentworth-Stanley, asst. ed., Paul Holberton Publishing, London, 2004, pp.30-39. Click here to read the article

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    De László and Sargent

    Ormond, Richard, ‘De László and Sargent’, in A Brush with Grandeur, Sandra de Laszlo, ed., & Christopher Wentworth-Stanley, asst. ed., Paul Holberton Publishing, London, 2004, pp.40-49. Click here to read the essay

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    De László’s Relationships with his Patrons and Sitters

    Bailey, Suzanne, ‘De László’s Relationships with his Patrons and Sitters', in A Brush with Grandeur, Sandra de Laszlo, ed., & Christopher Wentworth-Stanley, asst. ed., Paul Holberton Publishing, London, 2004, pp.50-64. Click here to read the essay

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    An Artist at Home, Philip de László

    Kinchin, Juliet, 'An Artist at Home, Philip de László', in  Budapest and London, Britain & Hungary,Contacts in Architecture & Design during the 19th and 20th Century,  Essays & Studies,  ed. Gyula Ernyey, Hungarian University of Craft & Design, Budapest 1999. Click here to read the essay