London, South Kensington
29 April 2010
A CORINTHIAN POTTERY TRIPOD PYXIS
ATTRIBUTED TO THE PAINTER OF THE BRUSSELS SIRENS, CIRCA 570-560 B.C.
The three rectangular leg plates each decorated with a siren with outstretched wings, the purple rim with multiple encircling grooves, the details incised and added in purple
4 3/8 in. (11.2 cm.) diam.
Sold Christie's London, April 2000, lot 173.
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Art of the Ancient World, vol. XII, 2001, no. 161.
The Painter of the Brussels Sirens is a member of the Sad Siren Group.
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