Miklos Bokor (FR. Miklos Bokor, 1927, Budapest) was a French painter, a native of Hungary.
Born into a Jewish family. In 1944 was arrested together with his family and interned in Auschwitz, where he killed his mother, then to Buchenwald and Bergen-Belsen, where the father died. Liberated in 1945 from Theresienstadt, taken by the Red Cross in Budapest, in 1946-1947 was treated in various clinics. In 1956-1958 was several times in Paris, in 1960, after the death of his son, finally settled in France.
After the exhibition in Paris gallery Janine OA (1962) became friends with Yves Bonfa and Andre du Bouchet, whose books then not again illustrated, and which repeatedly wrote about it.
In 1965 he received French citizenship. Scholarship worked in 1965-1966 and 1977 in the United States, 1974-1975 — in West Berlin, in 1980-1982 in Israel.