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|Vilma Lwoff-Parlaghy (1863–1923)|
|Alternative names||Birth name: Elisabeth von Parlaghy|
Hungarian portrait painter
|Date of birth/death||28 August 1923|
|Location of birth/death||Hungary||New York City|
English: Princess Elisabeth Vilma Lwoff-Parlaghy, (April 15, 1863 - August 28, 1923), New York City) — a Hungarian born German and American (Manhattan based) portrait painter.
- Elisabeth von Parlaghy was educated in Budapest and by Franz Quaglio and Wilhelm Dürr in Munich, where she adapted the style of Franz von Lenbach.
- A portrait of her mother made her known in 1890 in Berlin. There, in 1891, followed a public dispute of her Moltke portrait and her protection by the German Emperor William II. Later she was honored for her portraits in the Salon de Paris (1892 to 1894).
Portrait Reference List
The list in general refers to the Hall of Fame, presented in New York City in 1923.
- August Belmont, Jr.
- John Burroughs, portrait now at Vassar College
- Andrew Carnegie
- Joseph Hodges Choate
- William Conant Church
- Chauncey M. Depew
- George Dewey
- Thomas Alva Edison
- Daniel Chester French
- Myron T. Herrick
- Friedrich Hirth
- Seth Low
- Edwin Markham
- Hudson Maxim
- Alton B. Parker
- Henry Phipps
- Horace Porter
- Daniel E. Sickles
- Charles Dwight Sigsbee
- Nikola Tesla
- Benjamin Tracy
- James Grant Wilson
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