Eugène Jan Laudy (Heerlen 1921 – 1995) was a Dutch visual artist. From 1936 to 1941 he studied at the City Academy of Fine Arts in Maastricht and at the Mosaic School in Ravenna. He was a glass and wall painter, sculptor, textile artist, manufacturer of monumental art and he made mosaics. In 1961 he won the Limburg Youth Prize. He was a member of the Association of Practitioners of the Monumental Arts. Laudy belongs to the Limburg School, a group of artists who were inspired by Charles Eyck and who mainly produced religious art in a Baroque style. Laudy has made stained glass windows for many churches.