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1714, Jan1792, Feb 9
an 18th-century Flemish painter. He is mainly known for his genre scenes but also painted harbor views, equestrian paintings, portraits and still lifes. Jan Josef Horemans became a master of the Guild of St Luke in Antwerp on 10 February 1767 and was dean of the Guild on two occasions (1768–9 and 1775–6). He was also a member of the Antwerp Academy. He was a flexible artist who painted genre scenes, harbor views, equestrian paintings, portraits and still lifes. Most typical are his interior scenes but he also painted a number of scenes of vendors selling their wares. Characteristic of his works are the sharply delineated figures.
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