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Aladar Padly ( April 7, 1881 in Budapest - November 25, 1949 in Veresegyhaz ) Hungarian painter

He studied in Budapest and abroad. During the First World War, when he was captured, and later in the Russian city of Samarkand, he continued his studies at a painting school. He first exhibited his paintings in 1921 at the National Salon and at the same location in 1924 and 1929. The National Gallery in Budapest owns one of his paintings and several of his works with the Veresegyhaz motif.