[muh-hoh-lee-noj; Hungarian moh-hoi-nod-yuh] /məˈhoʊ liˈnɒdʒ; Hungarian ˈmoʊ hɔɪˈnɒd yə/

[las-loh;; Hungarian lahs-loh] /ˈlæs loʊ;; Hungarian ˈlɑs loʊ/ (Show IPA), or Ladislaus
[lah-dis-lous] /ˈlɑ dɪsˌlaʊs/ (Show IPA), 1895–1946, Hungarian painter, designer, and photographer, in the U.S. after 1936.
Laszlo (ˈlæzləʊ) or Ladislaus (ˈlɑːdɪsˌlaʊs). 1895–1946, US painter and teacher, born in Hungary. He worked at the Bauhaus (1923–29)


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