Quentin Matsys, 1466-1529, was a Flemish painter and a founder of the Antwerp school, creating numerous paintings with religious roots and satirical tendencies. A Grotesque Old Woman (or The Ugly Duchess) is perhaps the best-known of Quentin Matsys art. His two large triptych altarpieces The Holy Kinship or Saint Anne Altarpiece (1507–1509) and The Entombment of the Lord (1508–1511) are also highly celebrated. They reflect strong religious feeling and precise detailing characteristic to the majority of Quentin Matsys paintings. -- The Copyright of Scripts is Reserved by Toperfect.