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AN ETRUSCAN BLACK-FIGURE PONTIC CHALICE
AN ETRUSCAN BLACK-FIGURE PONTIC CHALICE

ATTRIBUTED TO THE WORKSHOP OF THE SILEN PAINTER CIRCA 530-510 B.C.

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AN ETRUSCAN BLACK-FIGURE PONTIC CHALICE attributed to the workshop of the silen painter circa 530-510 b.c. With two pairs of confronting panthers alternating with a siren facing right, details in red and white, with rays on the base of the bowl, on a stemmed flaring foot bisected by two torus moldings 6.1/8 in. (15.6 cm) high
Provenance
Summa Galleries
Literature
Ginge, "Pontic Vessels in the Collections of the Tampa Museum of Art," 1990.
"Greek Antiquities from the Houston Collection," Gallery Guide, Museum of Arts and Sciences, Daytona Beach, Florida, 1996.
Exhibited
The Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, Florida, 1987-1992
Museum of Arts and Sciences, Daytona Beach, Florida, 1992-1993
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