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AN APULIAN RED-FIGURED PLATE
ANCIENT VASES FROM THE COLLECTION OF WILLIAM SUDDABY
AN APULIAN RED-FIGURED PLATE

THE MENZIES GROUP, CIRCA 340 B.C.

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AN APULIAN RED-FIGURED PLATE
THE MENZIES GROUP, CIRCA 340 B.C.
The tondo with Eros depicted nude, standing with his wings outstretched, holding a phiale in his raised right hand, a filleted wreath in his lowered left, dotted ovolo as the groundline, plants in the field, a rosette chain before him; framed by a band of wave and a laurel wreath with white berries, vertical lines on the rim, details in added white and yellow
10 in. (25.4 cm.) diameter
Provenance
with Archaeologia, Montreal, 1992.
Literature
A.J. Paul, Exhibition catalogue, A View into Antiquity: Pottery from the Collection of William Suddaby and David Meier, Tampa, 2001, no. 41.
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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