London, South Kensington
7 October 2010
AN APULIAN RED-FIGURED PLATE
ATTRIBUTED TO THE T.P.S. GROUP, CIRCLE OF THE DARIUS-UNDERWORLD PAINTERS, CIRCA 330 B.C.
With a female head in profile to the left wearing radiate stephane and sakkos, earrings and beaded necklaces, within bands of waves and scrolls, details in added white
6¼ in. (16 cm.) diam.
Anonymous sale, Christie's London, 5 December 1973, lot 201.
English private collection.
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A. D. Trendall and A. Cambitoglou, The Red-Figured Vases of Apulia, II, Oxford, 1982, p. 664, no. 158, pl. 248.3.
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