London, South Kensington
14 October 2004
Philip Alexius de Laszlo (1869-1937)
Preparatory sketch of A Lady
signed, inscribed and dated 'P.A.de László/1913 London' (lower left)
oil on canvasboard
16 x 13 in. (40.6 x 33 cm.)
The artist's estate.
Stephen de Laszlo, his second son.
Christie's, London, 13 June 1997, lot 58.
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G.Rowlcliffe & Co., Will Trust. Inventory of Portraits, Pictures, Studies, Sketches, Drawings etc. by Philip Alexius Laszlo de Lombos, M.V.O., etc., London, 1938, p. 73, no. 392.
The finished portrait for which this is the preparatory sketch remains, as yet, untraced.
Sandra de Laszlo and Christopher Wentworth-Stanley are currently compiling the Catalogue Raisonné of works by P.A. de László and are keen to hear from anyone who might know of unrecorded works by the artist, or of material relating to him.
Please contact: Sandra de Laszlo, 63 Glebe Place, London, SW3 5JB or Christopher Wentworth-Stanely, Czerningass 6/21, A-1020 Vienna. Or by email via email@example.com
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