Portrait of Kenzo I love his work, such happy colors , what a talent! I asked him to pose for me at a time when he was going to leave his house on rue Sedaine. After a dinner, I went on a journey with him to his house and became acquainted with the objects that lived there. As at that time he was often absent, he proposed to visit them to better look at them. I executed myself. I fell in love with a Noh mask, and he told me that it was one of his favorite objects, and explained...
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