RED-FIGURED COLUMN CRATER

OF THE AMPHORA PAINTER

Apulian (330 B.C.)

Red-figured column crater which served for mixing wine and water. Dated around 330 B.C., the painter is to be found in the circle of the Patera and/or Ganymed painter. Trendall refers to the painter as Amphora Painter and/or his circle. The woman’s head stretched to the front, with sakkos, of which numerous counterparts are known.

PRICE
reserved

HEIGHT
40 cm

CONDITION
Completely intact

ORIGIN
Private collection France

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