8 June 2007
A CAMPANIAN RED-FIGURED LEBES GAMIKOS
ATTRIBUTED TO THE WORKSHOP OF THE PARRISH PAINTER, CIRCA MID 4TH CENTURY B.C.
One side with a draped woman walking to the left but looking back, a branch in her right hand, a basket in her left, her chiton with a white-dotted black belt; the other side with a youth walking to the left, holding similar offerings, nude but for a beaded baldric and shoes; a palmette complex below each handle, lines on the shoulders, the knobbed lid with four palmettes, a band of wave on the rim; some details in added white
7 5/8 in. (19.3 cm.) high
Penny Truitt, Maine, 1960s.
Estate Sale, Maine, 2006.
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Please note that this vase is Campanian, rather than Apulian, and has been attributed to the Workshop of the Parrish Painter.
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