29 avril 2009

An apulian red-figure amphora. 4th century B.C.

An apulian red-figure amphora. 4th century B.C. Side A: nine figures in two registers, the upper with seated female holding wreath and phiale looking back at a naked seated youth with thyrsos, and a standing female with garland and phiale who looks towards a naked seated youth with staff, the lower register with seated female offering phiale to standing naked youth with wreath and flower, and a naked youth leaning on a staff with arm outstretched towards a seated female with casket, another standing youth with staff to right,... [Lire la suite]
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29 avril 2009

An apulian red-figure hydria, attributed possibly to the circle of the Baltimore painter. 4th century B.C.

An apulian red-figure hydria, attributed possibly to the circle of the Baltimore painter. 4th century B.C.  With three seated females, the female to left holding situla and phiale attended by winged Eros holding garland, thyrsos and grape bunch, the central female holding wreath and fan, looking back at a naked youth leaning on a staff, holding phiale, female on the right holding mirror and phiale attended by winged Eros with fan and xylophone, dividing the friezes a band with central female head emerging from acanthus... [Lire la suite]