6 July 2016
AN ETRUSCAN BLACK-FIGURED PONTIC CHALICE
ATTRIBUTED TO THE TITYOS PAINTER, CIRCA 520-510 B.C.
With an animal frieze consisting of hares, panthers, lions, griffins and sirens, rays on the base of the bowl, on a stemmed flaring foot bisected by two torus mouldings, details in added red and white
5 in. (12.7 cm.) high
with Charles Ede Ltd, London, from whom acquired by Allen A. Davis, London, in 1973.
Larry D. Reams, Los Angeles, acquired by February 1974.
Private collection, Guerneville, California.
Anonymous sale; Clars Auction Gallery, Oakland, California, October 2014, lot 2064.
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Rui da Silva
L. Hannestad, The Followers of the Paris Painter, Copenhagen, 1976, p. 78, no. 154.
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