Signed and dated lower right: P. Horemans 1750
Brother of Jan Josef Horemans I. In 1716–17 he was mentioned as a pupil of his elder brother Jan Josef at the Guild of St Luke in Antwerp. In 1725 he settled in Munich, where he lived and worked with his compatriot, the sculptor Guillielmus de Grof.
Two years later he was named court painter by Elector Charles of Bavaria, the future Holy Roman Emperor Charles VII, for whom he painted the Musical Concert in the Presence of the Elector Charles (1730; New York, Met.). Among other works painted for the court is a series illustrating the Hunts of the Prince Elector (Munich, Amalienburg). Maximilian III Joseph with the Members of his Family from the Court of Saxony (1761; Munich, Schloss Nymphenburg) was painted for Maximilian III Joseph, the subsequent Elector of Bavaria, for whom Horemans went to work in 1759. br>Horemans also worked for the Church and for private individuals. In 1765 he qualified as a master in Munich.