A CAMPANIAN RED-FIGURED CHOUS
ATTRIBUTED TO THE WHITEFACE-FRIGNANO GROUP, CIRCA 340 B.C.
With a nude youth and a draped female, the youth to the right facing left, leaning on a column draped with his cloak, a thick fillet in his hair, a baldric over his shoulder, holding a filleted thyrsos and a situla, the female facing right, stepping onto a rock with one foot, holding a rhyton and a ball, a half-palmette in between, a phiale, an ivy leaf, a dotted rosette and a fillet in the field, a stele to the left, a band of vertical lines below, a band of ivy and berries above, the vine incised; details in added white and yellow
8 5/8 in. (21.9 cm.) high