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A CORINTHIAN BLACK-FIGURED ARYBALLOS
ANCIENT VASES FROM THE COLLECTION OF WILLIAM SUDDABY
A CORINTHIAN BLACK-FIGURED ARYBALLOS

ATTRIBUTED TO THE SCHLOSS RHEYDT PAINTER, CIRCA 580 B.C.

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A CORINTHIAN BLACK-FIGURED ARYBALLOS
ATTRIBUTED TO THE SCHLOSS RHEYDT PAINTER, CIRCA 580 B.C.
With a winged Pegasos walking to the right, his head lowered, rosettes in the field; vertical lines on the shoulders and handle, dots on the rim, concentric circles and vertical lines on the mouth, a whirligig on the underside, details in added red
2½ in. (5.8 cm.) high
Provenance
European Art Market, 1998.
with Charles Ede Ltd, London, 2000.
Literature
A.J. Paul, Exhibition catalogue, A View into Antiquity: Pottery from the Collection of William Suddaby and David Meier, Tampa, 2001, no. 7.
Exhibited
Tampa Museum of Art, A View into Antiquity: Pottery from the Collection of William Suddaby and David Meier, 14 October 2001-13 January 2002.

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For a similar example, by the Pegasos Painter, see pl. 108.4 in Amyx, Corinthian Vase-Painting of the Archaic Period.
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