25 October 2016
PROPERTY FROM THE TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART, SOLD TO BENEFIT THE ACQUISITIONS FUND
AN ATTIC WHITE-GROUND LEKYTHOS
ATTRIBUTED TO THE BIRD PAINTER OR HIS WORKSHOP, CIRCA 430 B.C.
12 5/8 in. (30.8 cm.) high
with Pascal & Geladakis, New York.
Acquired by The Toledo Museum of Art from the above, 1917 (Accession no. 1917.130).
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C.G. Boulter and K.T. Luckner, Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, The Toledo Museum of Art, Fasc. 1, Toledo, 1976, p. 37, pl. 57.1-2.
Beazley Archive Database no. 9003305.
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