Pelike from Puglia.
330-320 b. C. Chr. H 31.8 cm, ø body 19.2 cm, ø mouth 15.9 cm, ø base 13.3 cm. Red figure, white and yellow details. On the A-side, a floating eros over a standing woman with a box leaning against a pillar and a seated woman with a mirror. On the B-side, an eros with grapes gives a mirror to a person sitting with a rython.
Origin: From the private collection of Munich H. B., acquired before 1970.
There are similarities to the late painters of Darius's underworld workshop, such as the painter Forli.
There is a stamp with a federal eagle on the bottom. From the surrounding writing you can clearly decipher: ZZ. Yo Munich [...].
Red-figured Kalpis of Puglia. 330-320 BC. On the A-side, a floating eros over a standing woman with a box leaning against a pillar and a seated woman with a mirror. On the B-side an Eros with a vine reaching a mirror to a seated woman with rhyton. Perhaps from the late Darío-Underworld Workshop, compare, for example, works by the painter Forli. Small spots on the lip are missing or retouched, otherwise intact with sintering.
Condition: Small imperfections and additions to the lip, otherwise intact with sintering.
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- Antico Greco
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- 32×19×19 cm
- Secolo / Intervallo di tempo
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