AN ETRUSCAN LIP-CUP WITH SUPERPOSED COLOR
AN ETRUSCAN LIP-CUP WITH SUPERPOSED COLOR

CIRCA 530-520 B.C.

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AN ETRUSCAN LIP-CUP WITH SUPERPOSED COLOR
circa 530-520 b.c.
The tondo with a woman running to the right, her flesh in added white, wearing a chiton patterned with red X's, and a mantle in red over her shoulders, her left hand raised in front, the right hand lowered, framed by two thin black bands, the interior black but for two thin lines within a reserved band below the lip, the exterior reserved but for black bands on the rim and handle zone, a broad band below, with black for the under side of the bowl and the foot
81/8 in. (20.63 cm) diameter
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