Bernard Buffet (1928 – 1999) was an Expressionist known for his signature style of thick, angular black lines found in whatever he was painting, from clowns to war scenes to ... butterflies! His life story is interesting, to say the least. Google his name and you'll find a plethora of articles about his skyrocketing to fame, his loss of favor and his comeback. One of his clown paintings sold for over a million pounds at Christie's in London in 2015. Here is an art reproduction postcard of a butterfly he painted in 1959. This card was printed in 1962 and is unused. It shows minor signs of age, most noticeably just left of the center bottom edge, but no creases. Just under 6 inches wide and just over 4 inches tall. The colors in this card are very matte. I've tweaked the scan in Photoshop trying to accurately capture what you'll see with the card in hand. Also, a photo taken by natural daylight.
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