Laszlo Neogrady was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1896 and was the son of the artist Anatal Neogrady.
He studied painting at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts under the artist Ede Ballo.
Starting in 1922 Neogrady exhibited his work at the Hungarian Art Gallery. He specialized in painting naturalistic landscapes, many of which depicted forest scenes in the snow. The artist's extensive use of impasto creates an almost three-dimensional effect in his art. His use of light is usually dramatic and his landscapes are very atmospheric. Neogrady's artworks are highly sought after and can be found in collections throughout the world.
Laszlo Neogrady died in 1962.