ATTRIBUTED TO THE POTHOS PAINTER, CIRCA 430-420 B.C.
AN ATTIC RED-FIGURED BELL-KRATER ATTRIBUTED TO THE POTHOS PAINTER, CIRCA 430-420 B.C. Side A: with a naked satyr playing a barbiton, a dancing maenad on either side, one holding a thrysos and torch, the other holding a torch in each hand, to the right a dancing satyr with right leg and arm raised; side B: with three himation-clad Youths; double scroll palmettes under the handles, laurel under the rim, band of meander and chequered squares encircling below the scenes 13¼ in. (33.6 cm.) high
Private collection, Germany; acquired from Dr. Kurt Deppert, Frankfurt, Germany, 1970s.