Thursday, September 23, 2010

Philip de László Paints Venice

Philip Alexius de László (18691937) was a dashing portrait painter of a hundred years ago, a contemporary of Sargent. In this video, narrated by his son, we can watch him paint a plein-air study of the bronze horses in Venice, while fending off the friendly ribbing of his wife. Clicking the "play" link takes you to American Artist Daily.
Via Allison Malafronte of American Artist Daily.
Gallery of works at the de Laszlo Archive Trust
More about de Laszlo at JSS


Darren said...

And one of him doing a portrait:

Torbjörn Källström said...

Fun to watch. :) I like his mustache.

DavidStill said...

His moustasche is certainly among the greatest artist's moustaches throughout art history.