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Jan van Lokhorstartist • painterUtrecht 1837-na 1874 Brussel

biography of Johan Nicolaas 'Jan' van Lokhorst

Jan van Lokhorst came from a well-known Utrecht family of painters. His father was the animal painter Dirk van Lokhorst, his brother Dirk Pieter painted landscapes with cattle, just like his sister Ida. Jan was the only one who produced summery city and village views in addition to landscapes. He also painted a single ice scene. Jan van Lokhorst lived and worked in Utrecht until about 1872, after which he moved to Brussels. From there he must have returned every now and then to paint cityscapes and landscapes in the surroundings of the ‘Dom'city.


previously for salepaintings by Jan van Lokhorst


Jan van Lokhorst | A village along a waterway near Utrecht, oil on panel, 22.2 x 38.0 cm, signed l.r. and on the reverse and dated 1885

Jan van Lokhorst

painting • previously for sale

A village along a waterway near Utrecht


for salepaintings by Jan van Lokhorst


Jan van Lokhorst | A panoramic landscape with shepherd and his flock (pendant), oil on panel, 27.4 x 45.3 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1866

Jan van Lokhorst

painting • for sale

A panoramic landscape with shepherd and his flock (pendant), 1866

Jan van Lokhorst | A village stream with moored vessels, oil on panel, 17.9 x 23.9 cm, signed l.l. and dated 1870

Jan van Lokhorst

painting • for sale

A village stream with moored vessels, 1870


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