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Artists who influenced Quinten Metsys
Quinten Metsys (also spelled Matsys, Massys, or Messys), Flemish artist, the first important painter of the Antwerp school. Trained as a blacksmith in his native Leuven, Massys is said to have studied painting after falling in love with an artist's daughter. In 1491 he went to Antwerp and was admitted into the painters' guild. Among Massys' early works are two pictures of the Virgin an ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Quinten Metsys

Albrecht Dürer

Joseph of Arimathea with Dead Christ (Saint John Triptych 2)
(Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp)

Salome with Head of Saint John Baptist (Saint John Triptych 1)
(Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp)

Lucas Cranach the Elder

Hans Memling

Saint John Baptist in Boiling Oil (Saint John Triptych 3)
(Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp)

Virgin and Child
(Mauritshuis)

Gerard David

Leonardo da Vinci

Ecce Homo
(Prado)

Christ on Cross (Bergh Triptych 2)
(Museum Mayer van den Bergh)

Joos van Cleve

Rogier van der Weyden

Virgin and Child
(Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium)

Donor with Saint Jerome (Bergh Triptych 1)
(Museum Mayer van den Bergh)

Jan Provoost