Johann Heinrich Schönfeld

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Johann Heinrich Schönfeld
Teutsche Academie Johann Heinrich Schönfeld Pb-605 (cropped).jpg
Born 23 March 1609
Biberach an der Riss
Died 1684
Augsburg
Nationality Germany

Johann Heinrich Schönfeld (1609 – 1684) was a Baroque painter of Germany.

Johann Heinrich Schönfeld, The Rape of the Sabines, c.1640.

He was a pupil of Johann Sichelbein and travelled to Italy where he is known for religious works in Sta Elisabetta di Fornari and in Palazzo Orsini.[1] After returning north he worked in Vienna and Munich.

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