Author: Cornelis Massys (1508-circa 1556) Flemish artist
Source: The Internet
Owner: Anhaltische Gemaldegalerie
Location: Villa Huegel Essen, Dessau, Anhaltinische Gemaldegalerie
Link to: Website
Cornelis Massijs (1508, Antwerp – c. 1556, unknown), was a Flemish Renaissance painter, draughtsman and engraver, mainly known for his landscapes and, to a lesser extent, genre scenes and portraits. He is regarded as an important figure in the transition from the fantastic landscapes of Joachim Patinir to the 'pure landscapes' of later Netherlandish landscape painting.
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