Matsys


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Matsys

(Flemish ˈmatsaɪs)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of (Quentin) Massys
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We believe that Quintin Matsys was the BLACKSMITH of Antwerp.
Y straeon sy'n rhan o'm magwraeth - sut yr aeth Rene Bach i guddio'n y cwpwrdd ym Mhorthmadog, a hithau'n chwarae efo matsys, a sut y mygodd.
Amicia had not been celebrated so persuasively in painting for the English since Erasmus had asked Quentin Matsys (1466-1530) to send Sir Thomas More a double portrait of himself with Pieter Gillis.
Wedi cael ein swper allan, ac yfed siocled poeth wrth y tn agored (a daniwyd efo matsys), roedd hi wedi tywyllu go iawn, a''r canhwyllau amrywiol (a daniwyd efo matsys) yn rhoi gwedd ramantus i''r cyfan.
1) is a copy of a lost work by the Flemish painter Quentin Massys (also called Matsys or Metsys; 1465/6-1530).
Y lluniau "pobol coes matsys" ydi'r rheiny ond mae'r disgrifiad ynddo'i hun yn gwneud cam 'r arlunydd.
Accordingly, Miss Bell's guests refer to Quentin Matsys and Donatello as "simple," "primitif," "tout ame;" they were alleged to have been driven by an "amour fervent pour l'art" (415, 443, 447).
('Fflam' oedd y thema) Ond roedd gwn ar fy wyneb wrth weld y bachgen yn actio Saunders Lewis, a'r bocs matsys yn ei law.