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Matsys

[maht-sahys]
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noun
  1. Quentin. Massys, Quentin.
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Examples from the Web for matsys

Historical Examples

  • Matsys devoted himself to the making of these, in which he was very successful.

    Curiosities of Human Nature

    Anonymous

  • As in early Flemish pictures, so in those of Matsys, superfluous care is lavished on jewelry, edgings and ornament.

  • Matsys in this branch of practice was much under the influence of his contemporaries Lucas of Leiden and Mabuse.

  • Matsys was one of the first Flemish artists to present subjects of every-day life as well as religious episodes and characters.

    The Spell of Flanders</p>

    Edward Neville Vose

  • Matsys is the greatest name in the history of Flemish art between the masters of Bruges and the school of Rubens.

    The Spell of Flanders</p>

    Edward Neville Vose


British Dictionary definitions for matsys

Matsys

noun
  1. a variant spelling of (Quentin) Massys
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