4 June 2008
PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION
A CAMPANIAN RED-FIGURED HYDRIA
GROUP OF BRYN MAWR P 123, CIRCA 350-330 B.C.
With a female holding a fan and a hydria standing before a female seated on a box, wearing a stephane and a veil, holding a cista, Eros above holding a phiale, a plant and rosettes in the field, a stele to the left, a profile female head below each handle; a band of wave below the scene, vertical lines on the neck and rim, elaborate palmettes and tendrils below the vertical handle, details in added white and yellow
18¼ in. (46.3 cm.) high
with T. Fujita, 1970s.
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G. Hafner, ed., Greek and Etruscan Arts, Tokyo, 1973, no. 40.
A.D. Trendall, The Red-figured Vases of Lucania, Campania and Sicily, Third Supplement, London, 1983, no. XI/60a.
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