Vintaging scenes emerged as a common subject on Middle Corinthian vases. The subject was likewise popular on Attic vase painting of the late 6th century and the first half of the 5th century B.C. Typically painters chose to depict nude satyrs, rather than humans, for picking and treading grapes, which further emphasized the supernatural and otherworldly nature of the transformation from grape to wine, the domain of Dionysus. For a similar scene on an Attic black-figured amphora by the Amasis Painter in Würzburg see no. 38 in Simon, "Silenoi," in LIMC; for an Attic black-figured amphora with Dionysus in the center of Satyrs climbing vines and picking grapes by Exekias, now at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, see no. 108 in Simon, op. cit.; for the interior of an Attic black-figured kylix by the Chiusi Painter see p. 389 in Beazley, Attic Black-Figure Vase-Painters.