5 December 2012
PROPERTY FROM A MIDWESTERN PRIVATE COLLECTION
TWO GREEK POTTERY VESSELS
CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C.
Including a South Italian red-figured owl skyphos, each side with the owl facing right, its head frontal, framed by laurel sprigs; and an Attic black-glazed epichysis with a high arching handle, a molded disk at the base of the cylindrical upturned spout; together with a Faliscan red-figured kylix fragment, circa 4th century B.C., depicting a nude female, adorned with a necklace, a bandolier and an armlet, holding a mirror before another nude female, details in added white
Epichysis: 7 5/8 in. (9.4 cm.) high (3)
Skyphos: with Acanthus, New York, 1990s.
Epichysis: Mario Bruno (d. 1993), Lugano, circa 1986.
Fragment: with Herbert Cahn, Basel, 1984.
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Fragment: Cleveland, The Cleveland Museum of Art, 1984.
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