PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF EMILE FOLTZER, SWITZERLAND
AN APULIAN RED-FIGURED CHOUS
CIRCA 340-320 B.C.
With a seated female and a standing nude youth, the female holding a phiale in her raised left hand, her right resting on the rock upon which she sits, wearing a long chiton pinned at both shoulders and sandals, adorned with two bracelets on each arm, a beaded necklace, an earring and a radiate stephane, the nude youth in three-quarter frontal pose, a finely-pleated chlamys draped over his forearms, holding a wreath in his lowered left hand, a branch in his extended right, a fillet in his hair, a fillet in the field between, two rosettes above, on a dotted groundline; a band of wave below, dotted ovolo above, details in added white and yellow
9 ¼ in. (23.5 cm.) high
Emile Foltzer (d. 1982), Switzerland, acquired in the 1960s-1970s; thence by descent.