I just love the foreground!
Herri met de Bles
A Flemish painter who made large detailed landscape paintings that were based more in fantasy then reality and as can be seen in the above painting, was inspired by Hieronymus Bosch.
“He was known as “Civetta” (little owl) because of his habit of marking his paintings with an owl inserted somewhere in the landscape. The lack of dated works by met de Bles makes it difficult to establish a definitive chronology for the artist.
Met de Bles is known for his inventive “world landscapes,” vast panoramas seen from an elevated bird’s-eye view, and filled with minute detail. These landscapes usually included a narrative religious scene in the foreground, thereby combining late medieval piety with a new, Renaissance interest in the physical, material world.” - source here.