A LUCANIAN RED-FIGRED BELL-KRATER
Attributed to the Cyclops Painter, Circa 420 B.C.
The obverse with a draped maenad seated on a rocky outcrop between two corpulent ithyphallic satyrs, each approaching her with his arms outstretched, the maenad with her head lowered, her hands crossed at her chest, with two thyrsi in the field; the reverse with three draped youths, the figure on the left leaning on a staff; with a band of meander with crossed squares below each scene, a band of laurel above
12½ in. (31.8 cm) high
Antiquities, Sotheby's New York, 17 December 1996, lot 104