Art History talk at Lavender Hill Studios

We are delighted to welcome Sandra de Laszlo to the Studios.  Sandra de Laszlo is an art historian, she trained at the Victoria and Albert Museum and has worked in some of the most respected arts institutions around the world.  She is founding Editor of the de László Catalogue Raisonée and will guide us through the life of this accomplished artist.

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Philip de László, built his reputation painting portraits in the princely castles of Europe. Born in Pest in 1869, he gained a place at the National Academy of Art before going on to study and work in Munich and Paris.  He married Lucy Guinness in Dublin in 1900, and not long after they moved to Vienna.  In 1907 they settled in London, where he lived for the rest of his life, albeit endlessly travelling the world fulfilling the demands of his patrons.

Join us at Lavender Hill Studios for an evening of enlightenment and fine art.  There will be plenty of opportunity for questions and answers as well as general conversation over a glass of wine.   All proceeds will go to LHS Next Generation Fund, a scholarship fund in support of aspiring young artists wishing to train at the school.

For more information and to book a place on the talk please contact: 

Date & Time: Wednesday 16th October, 7pm

Location: Unit 101/2, Lavender Hill Studios

Cost: £7 conc., £10