Metsys

Metsys

(Flemish ˈmetsaɪs)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of (Quentin) Massys
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He has more than doubled the number of paintings, including many of the finest in the collection, among them works by the studio of Quinten Metsys, Robert Peake, Jacob van Oost the Elder, John Rathbone, John Frederick Herring Senior, Philip de Laszlo, Charles Ginner, Carl Laubin, and Tom Wood's great portrait of HRH The Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester.
Baste citar solo algunos ejemplos, como la Magdalena de Quentin Metsys (1466-1530), en el Museo Real de Bellas Artes de Amberes; la del Maestro de la Magdalena Mansi, en los Staatliche Museen de Berlin; la de Jean Gossart (h.
Abundan, como no, los libros, asi como "reproducciones de cuadros del Greco, una fotografia del Descendimiento de Metsys, aguas fuertes de Goya, grabados de Daumier y Gavarni" (235).
1) is a copy of a lost work by the Flemish painter Quentin Massys (also called Matsys or Metsys; 1465/6-1530).
Berkeley said she never noticed the donkey ears on the fool in "Allegory of Folly," a painting by Quentin Metsys. Jackie Potenzone and Katie White-Plyos of the Hopkinton Garden Club chose the work to mimic through their floral arrangement because the medieval character is playful and mischievous, according to their description of their work.
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The flexible system should integrate the subsystem for microstructure investigations (METSYS) and the subsystem for chemical investigations (CHEMSYS) creating a distributed structure, connected through Internet.
The imaginings of Bosch, Patinir, and Metsys spring to mind.
Finally, the "Leading Artists" section provides one-page narratives of sixty significant artists of the period, including such well-known names as Titian, Albrecht Durer, and El Greco, as well as lesser-known figures like Antoine Caron and Quinten Metsys. The author supplements these narratives with glossy illustrations of the artists' work, displaying the diversity of styles during the period.
Now an intricate 16th century painting of Christ by Flemish master Quentin Metsys is to be sold in a bid to raise funds for a new community centre.
Quentin Metsys's The Money-lender and his Wife is an image hovering in 1514 just on the cusp of transition between sacred and profane themes, with its Bible page in turn dancing a fine line between readability and abstract hatchwork, just beneath the threshold of fidelity (Plate 3).