9 December 2008
Property From the Estate of Felix Fabrizio
AN APULIAN RED-FIGURED OINOCHOE
ASSOCIATED WITH THE BALTIMORE PAINTER, CIRCA 330-310 B.C.
With a winged Eros flying to the right, bejewelled in beaded chains, his mantle draped over his left forearm and flowing behind, a phiale in his outstretched left hand, a flower in his right; a band of wave below, dotted ovolo on the shoulders, rays on the neck, a large palmette and tendrils below the handle; details in added white, some red wash throughout
10 1/8 in. (25.7 cm.) high
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 11 July 1984, lot 274 (part).
with André Emmerich, New York, 1986 (Ancient Vases - Magna Grecia, no. XII).
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A.D. Trendall and A. Cambitoglou, Second Supplement to The Red-Figured Vases of Apulia, Part II, London, 1992, no. 27/143i.
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