Kiichiro Okano met Bernard Buffet during the early 1950’s. Mr. Okano, vexed by the war, was moved by Buffet’s paintings. His works were a denunciation of the shattered society of post-war France. For Mr. Okano, this was a revelation. Buffet’s art empathised with Okano’s own personal feelings. — from: http://museebernardbuffet.com/

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