Johann (Lange Jan) Boeckhorst
(c. 1604 - 1668)
Johann (Lange Jan) Boeckhorst was active/lived in Germany, Belgium. Johann Boeckhorst is known for Religious, allegorical painting.
Biography Johann (Lange Jan) Boeckhorst
Johann Boeckhorst (b Munster or Rees, c. 1604; d Antwerp, April 21, 1668)
He was a Flemish painter and draughtsman of German birth. Boeckhorst became a cleric at the seminary of St. Clemens in Germany in 1621 but later moved to Antwerp where, in 1626, he became a pupil of Jacob Jordaens and Peter Paul Rubens. In 1633/34, while serving as an assistant of Peter Paul Rubens, Boeckhorst became a free master of the Antwerp guild of St. Luke. In 1635 under the guidance of Rubens, he collaborated with Jacob Jordaens on a work created to commemorate Cardinal Infant Ferdinand's entry into Antwerp. Boeckhorst also worked together with Rubens on a painting, depicting the life of Hercules for the Torre de la P
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