"Tableau Attr.félix Planquette Cows And Farmer Coming To The Farm."oil on canvas to restore representing the return of cows in the stable, the colors are beautiful, probably due to a sunset. personally attributed to Félix Planquette. Sold as, no old restorations. to put back on a frame of 53 cm x 45 cm. delivery included in colissimo recommended for France. Félix Planquette, born in Arras on April 23, 1873, and died in Paris on March 12, 1964, is a French painter. Born into a family of merchants, Félix Planquette discovered art thanks to his maternal grandfather, François Létèvez who was the friend of the painters Jules and Émile Breton. He attended successively the school of fine arts of Arras, then the school of fine arts of Lille. Félix Planquette learns painting with Adrien Demont, based in Wissant, and participates in Wissant school. Later established in Montmartin-sur-Mer (Manche), he specializes in landscape and animal painting, and sensitively represents the Normandy countryside and the shores of the Channel, the landscapes of Creuse and Côte-d'Or Azure. He also finds inspiration in his travels to Spain and Scotland. A well-known and prolific painter, he regularly appeared at the Salon des artistes français, and won the Rosa Bonheur prize in 1912. In 1929, he was named Rosatid'honneur. His works spread throughout the world and particularly in the United States.