26 April 2006
PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF THE LATE DR LEO MILDENBERG
(see also lots 189 and 199)
A CAMPANIAN RED-FIGURE NECK AMPHORA, ATTRIBUTED TO THE IXION PAINTER
CIRCA 340-330 B.C.
Side A: rider and prancing horse, the horseman wearing cuirass, spotted tunic with leggings and Phrygian cap, with spear in raised right arm
Side B: two standing draped figures, each with plumed headdress
Details in added yellow, white and red, with twisted handles, repaired
22 1/8 in. (56.2 cm.) high
Dr Leo Mildenberg (1913-2001), Zurich.
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