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The Dr. Emory and Ilona Ladányi Foundation Art Competition at the Congress of the Hungarian Association

The Dr. Emory and Ilona Ladányi Foundation Art Competition at the Congress of the Hungarian Association

Dr.Ladanyi Imre KiallitasDr. Emory Ladanyi (1902-1986), although a successful dermatologist by profession, loved art and spent enormous amounts of time painting and creating various works of art. His works were in oils, acrylics, tempera, water colors, inks, charcoals, pastels, wood and linoleum cuts, collages and even in “junk “ art. His diverse artwork included land and city scapes, portraits, acts, abstracts, and in the course of his lifetime had numerous exhibits in prestigious places in both the United States and Hungary. Already before his medical service in the United States Army during World War II, he was recognized by art critics. Due to his love of art and to the fact that he was born in Kecskemet, Hungary, his wish was not only to promote his art legacy, but to encourage young Hungarian-American artists with exceptional talent. In this spirit of the Dr. Emory Ladanyi Foundation, the Hungarian Association is proud to announce the Dr. Emory Ladanyi Foundation Art Competition at the Congress of the Hungarian Association. All are invited to enter who meet the requirements and guidelines see the rules