Eugène Jean Péchaubès, French painter, watercolourist, engraver, artist of military and sporting subjects, born at Pantin on 24 June 1890 and died in Paris on 2 February 1967.
Péchaubès initially became known as a painter of military subjects, particularly drawn from the history of the second empire. He then devoted himself almost entirely to the study of race horses in action, to the point of succeeding in portraying real scenes of famous racing horses in movement.
Oil on canvas painting representing a typical farm scene with figures, horses and chickens, signed and dated 1910. Work in very good condition with some traces of past restoration on the back.
Source: Benezit, Dictionary of Artists.
Artist: Eugène Péchaubès (1890-1967).
Signed and dated in lower right corner.
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Condition: Very good condition.
Dimensions: 54 x 65 cm. / 21 ¼ x 25 ½ in.