London, South Kensington
27 October 2009
A CAMPANIAN RED-FIGURE BAIL AMPHORA, ATTRIBUTED TO THE PARRISH PAINTER
4TH CENTURY B.C.
One side with a himation clad standing male figure, the other side with standing draped woman gesticulating with her outstretched right hand, large palmettes between, palmettes on the neck, with twisted loop handle
11½ in. (29 cm.) high
Formerly in the collection of Edouard des Courières (1896-1987), France: sold Christie's London, 25 October 2006, lot 214.
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This lot has been re-attributed to the Painter of B.M. F63.
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