"Jean Plumet, Portrait Of An Infantry Colonel 1920: Oil On Canvas, First World War"JEAN PLUMET, PORTRAIT OF AN INFANTRY COLONEL 1920: Oil on canvas, First World War - Third Republic. Oil on canvas depicting an infantry colonel officer seated at his desk. In horizon blue outfit wearing the so-called “new” outfit that appeared in 1915 with a high, straight collar and shoulder tabs. Presence on the sleeve of his left shoulder of seniority rafters called brisques attesting to 4 years of presence in the sector known as the army zone. On the right sleeve, chevrons for four injuries received. Canvas signed Jean Plumet and dated 1920. Born in June 1871 and died in 1939, is by its style attached to the Post-Impressionist movement. Member of the delegation of the National Society of Fine Arts from 1901 to 1905. Collaborated on various reviews from the beginning of the 20th century, L'Assiette aueurre, Frou-frou, Pellet-mell and Le Rire. In 1919, he exhibited at the Salon de la Société des beaux-arts in Lyon. dimension 60 x 74 cm Very good state of conservation. France. World War I - Third Republic.