Abbé H. Campbell, Op. cit., no 19 (item one) and no 22 (item three); and A. D. Trendall, LCS, Op. cit., pp. 130-131 and p. 136, no. 725 (item two).
The majority of the vases by the Roccanova painter were found in a large Hypogeum in the same town in Lucania from which the Roccanova painter takes his name from. Trendall discusses the style of painting on no. 725: "A few small vases are decorated with the heads of youths or women; the rendering is very characteristic for either sex, with rather straggly hair, upward-looking eyes with large black pupils, and slightly parted lips; on nos. 706 and 725 the shoulders are clearly indicated, and we have a torso rather than just a head".
Miniature amphora: ink inscribed label '81' on base; neck amphora: ink inscribed label '56' on base; oinochoe: ink inscribed label '69' on base.